James Wright

James Wright: Selected full-text books and articles

New Poets of England and America By Louis Simpson; Robert Pack; Donald Hall Meridian Books, 1957
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The Poetry of James Wright By Andrew Elkins University of Alabama Press, 1991
Robert Bly and James Wright: A Correspondence The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 81, No. 1, Winter 2005
Crisis in the Career of James Wright By Graves, Michael Hollins Critic, Vol. 22, No. 5, December 1985
Bringing Blood to Trakl's Ghost By Gustafson, Mark The Antioch Review, Vol. 72, No. 4, Fall 2014
The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics By Roland Greene; Stephen Cushman; Clare Cavanagh; Jahan Ramazani; Paul Rouzer Princeton University Press, 2012 (4th edition)
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