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Barge, Laura, “Changing Forms of Pastoral Poetry in Southern Poetry,” in Southern Literary Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1, Fall 1993, pp. 30-42.

Barge reviews the work of past and contemporary southern writers and their presentation of pastoral themes and images. In addition to discussing one of Voigt's poems, Barge looks at the work of John Crowe Ransom, Alice Walker, and other poets.

Farrell, Kate, ed., Art and Nature: An Illustrated Anthology of Nature Poetry, Bulfinch, 1992.

The use of nature in poetry is a longstanding tradition, and this book brings another dimension to that tradition by pairing 186 poems with artwork from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Although this book does not contain Voigt's work, it is a good visual tool for understanding the richness of nature in poetry.

Orr, Gregory, and Ellen Bryant Voigt, eds., Poets Teaching Poets: Self and the World, University of Michigan Press, 1996.

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