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By Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven
Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings by
Call Number: Ebook
The first major collection of poetry written in English by the flabbergasting and flamboyant Baroness Elsa, "the first American Dada." Her delirious verse flabbergasted New Yorkers as much as her flamboyant persona. As a poet, she was profane and playfully obscene.
The Lost Lunar Baedeker: Poems by Mina Loy by
Call Number: PS3523.O975 A6 1996 - 2nd floor
From Publisher's Weekly: "Mina Loy's wry, confident inquiries into the nature of men, women and sexuality are a great undiscovered treasure of modernism. "
Stories and Essays of Mina Loy by
Call Number: PS3523.O975 A6 2011 - 2nd floor
"Stories and Essays of Mina Loy" is the first book-length volume of Mina Loy's narrative writings and critical work ever published. This volume brings together her short fiction, as well as hybrid works that include modernized fairy tales, a Socratic dialogue, a ballet. as well as satiric drama, and criticism
Call Number: PS3523.O975 I57 1991 - 2nd floor
Insel, the only novel by the surrealist master Mina Loy, is a book like no other—about an impossible friendship amid the glamorous artistic bohemia of 1930s Paris.
The Poems of Marianne Moore by
Call Number: PS3525 .O5616 A17 2003 - 2nd floor
This complete collection of Moore's poetry, lovingly edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains allof Moore's poems, including 120 previously uncollected and unpublished ones.
The Selected Letters of Marianne Moore by
Call Number: PS3525.O5616 Z48 1997 - 2nd floor
On July 9, 1959, T. S. Eliot wrote to Marianne Moore: "One of the books which obviously must in the fullness of time be published . . . will be the Letters of Marianne Moore." Marianne Moore's correspondence makes up the largest and most broadly significant collection of any modern poet.
Writings: 1903-1932 by
Call Number: PS3537.T323 A6 1998 - 2nd floor
Collects Q.E.D., Three Lives, Portraits and Other Short Works, and the Autibiography of Alice B. Toklas
Writings: 1932-1946 by
Call Number: PS3537.T323 A6 1998A - 2nd floor
Collects Stanzas in Meditation, Lectures in America, The Geographical History of America, Ida, Brewsie and Willie, and other works.
Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven