Additional Resources for Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens

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Burney, William, "Wallace Stevens," in Twayne's United States Authors Series Online, G. K. Hall & Co., 1999.

Burney compares the voice of the central female
character in "Sunday Morning" to that of other works
by Stevens.

Doggett, Frank, and Robert Buttel, eds., Wallace Stevens: A Celebration, Princeton University Press, 1980.

This collection of articles focuses on the poetic talents
of Stevens. In the preface, the editors comment
that Stevens's themes and the "inescapable rhythms
of his poems . . . are what give his work the important
place it holds today and assure that it will be read
long after the occasion of his centenary."




Litz, A. Walton, Introspective Voyager: The Poetic Development of Wallace Stevens, Oxford University Press, 1972.

In his analysis of the poem, Litz argues that "by
remaining skeptical and open[it] connects with the
widest range of our personal and cultural experience."

Maeder, Beverly, Wallace Stevens' Experimental Language: The Lion...

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