The voice of the poet : Anne Sexton /

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Author / Creator:Sexton, Anne. 1928-1974
Imprint:New York, NY : Random House Audiobooks, c2000.
Description:1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.): analog, Dolby processed + 1 book (64 p. ; ill. ; 18 cm.)
Language:English
Series:Voice of the poet
Subject:Sexton, Anne. -- 1928-1974
Sexton, Anne, -- 1928-1974.
Poets, American -- 20th century.
Woman poets, American -- 20th century.
Poetry.
Format: Spoken word recording Audio Audio cassette
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4316865
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Varying Form of Title:Anne Sexton : the voice of the poet /
Other uniform titles:Sexton, Anne. 1928-1974. Poems. Selections.
McClatchy, J. D., 1945-2018
Other authors / contributors:Random House Audio Publishing.
ISBN:0375415858
Notes:A companion book contains the complete text of the poems and an essay by J.D. McClatchy.
Read by the poet.
Summary:"Anne Sexton (1928-1974) was a suburban housewife and mother when she began writing poetry in 1956 at her psychiatrist's suggestion to help her recover from a nervous breakdown. Her early confessional work and virtuosic craft yielded in later books to a more surrealistic voice, flamboyant and searing, as she continued to explore her abiding subjects -- the limits of sanity and the nature and roles of womanhood. Sexton, one of the most distinctive voices of her generation and a figure of real importance in the development of American poetry, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1967. She committed suicide in 1974"--Container.
Publisher's no.:RH 910 Random House Audiobooks

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