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Robert Lowell’s Memoirs

In 1987 Robert Giroux edited a volume of Robert Lowell’s prose featuring most prominently Lowell’s impressions of the American poets he admired, learned from, and sometimes saluted at their death (Frost, Jarrell, Berryman, Plath). The new volume, Memoirs,[1] is a tripartite combination of autobiographical writings about childhood instigated by his 1954 hospitalization at the Payne […]

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