The Letters of Denise Levertov and William Carlos Williams

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APPENDIX C
Poems Collected with the Letters
The following lists record the poems by DL that are collected with her letters to WCW at the Beinecke Library, Yale University, and the far fewer poems by WCW that are with DL's papers at Stanford. Titles are listed in order of first appearance in print unless otherwise noted, followed by the month and/or year of publication, and the first collected volume in which the poem appeared. Some of DL's poems did not receive a first periodical publication, and the DL material also includes two early drafts of published poems, and one unpublished poem. As noted in the Introduction to this edition, at both libraries the poems are filed separately from the letters (exceptions are DL "For Floss" with letter #88, and WCW "View of a Woman at Her Bath," with letter #37, where each formed an integral part physically of their respective letters). Since DL visited WCW on many occasions, not all poems necessarily accompanied correspondence. But where the annotations to this edition note that a poem is or may be associated with a particular letter, the letter number follows the publication data.
Poems by Levertov filed with her correspondence to Williams
In Obedience (Autumn 1954, OI), #8
Something (Fall 1954, OI), #8
Merritt Parkway (Winter 1954, OI), #13
Mrs. Cobweb (Summer 1955, HN), #13

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