Elizabeth Bishop

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Elizabeth Bishop by Harold Bloom Summary

Offers a biographical profile of the poet Elizabeth Bishop and provides analyses and critical views of her work.

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Elizabeth Bishop by Thomas J. Travisano Summary

In this book, the first study of Elizabeth Bishop's whole career, Travisano explores her development as an artist. Through sensitive reading of the poems, supported by comparison with Bishop's letters, interviews, stories, memoirs, and critical essays, he defines the traditions that shaped Bishop's introspective early work and the evolution of her later work toward a more public style.

Simply Bishop's

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Simply Bishop's by John Bishop,Dennis Green Summary

Draws on the author's philosophies about the benefits of simple and elegant food carefully prepared using local ingredients, sharing a range of seasonally organized recipes for popular dishes from Bishop's Restaurant. Reprint.

The authority of a bishop

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The authority of a bishop by John Halliburton Summary

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The Role of the Bishop in Late Antiquity

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The Role of the Bishop in Late Antiquity by Andrew Fear,José Fernández Urbiña Summary

The role of the bishops in Late Antiquity is examined and analysed by an important and international cast of contributors.

The Bishop Reformed

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The Bishop Reformed by John S. Ott,Anna Trumbore Jones Summary

In the period following the collapse of the Carolingian Empire up to the Fourth Lateran Council (1215), the episcopate everywhere in Europe experienced substantial and important change. How did the medieval bishop, unquestionably one of the most powerful figures of the Middle Ages, respond to these and other historical changes? In this volume of interdisciplinary studies drawn from literary scholarship, art history, and history, the editors and contributors propose less a conventional socio-political reading of the episcopate and more of a cultural reading of bishops that, especially, is concerned with issues such as episcopal (self-)representation, conceptualization of office and authority, cultural production (images, texts, material objects, space) and ecclesiology/ideology.

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Elizabeth Bishop by Susan McCabe Summary

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Art and Memory in the Work of Elizabeth Bishop

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Art and Memory in the Work of Elizabeth Bishop by Jonathan Ellis Summary

This book opens a welcome new direction in Elizabeth Bishop studies and in the study of women poets generally, by urging a more thorough scrutiny of artistic memory. Drawing on published works and unpublished material overlooked by many critics, Ellis balances consideration of Bishop's life in the United States with discussion of how her Canadian upbringing influenced her art.

The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga

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The Diary of Bishop Frederic Baraga by Regis M. Walling,N. Daniel Rupp Summary

It was 1831 when Father Frederic Baraga arrived in this country from his native Slovenia. He had come to bring Christianity to the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of the Old Northwest. Twenty years later, when Baraga first heard that he might be named Bishop of Upper Michigan, he began to keep a "daybook" or diary. Intended as a private document for his own use and reference, the diary contains a log of Baraga's missionary journeys, his observations about daily weather conditions, ship movement on the lakes, and a running account of the various works he accomplished. Between the lines of the usually concise entries, however, there are clues to Baraga's zeal, dedication, and generosity. An introductory biography of Baraga, lengthy passages from his letters, vignettes about persons in the text and a comprehensive bibliography yield an in-depth portrait of mid-nineteenth century life, especially in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Jarrell, Bishop, Lowell, & Co

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Jarrell, Bishop, Lowell, & Co by Suzanne Ferguson Summary

Jarrell, Bishop, Lowell, & Co.: Middle-Generation Poets in Context Takes on the oft-noted but little explored friendship of three of the most respected poets of the twentieth century. Editor Suzanne Ferguson collects eighteen essays that explore the literary, personal, and political affiliations of Randall Jarrell, Elizabeth Bishop, and Robert Lowell, influential literary figures who flourished in the periods between modernism and postmodernism. Essay in the first section of the book directly compare the subjects, while sections on each of the poets follow. The contributors unpack received wisdom on the poets, revising and updating our conceptions. The multiple viewpoints reflect on one another, shedding provocative light on the group as a whole, and revealing the ways the study of poets in their historical context helps make them not only accessible but also relevant to today's reader. The Contributors: Edward Hirsch, Steven Gould Axelrod, Jeredith Merrin, Thomas Travisano, Diederik Oostdijk, Richard Flynn, Nelson Hathcock, Florian Hild, Stephen Burt, James McCorkle, Ross Leckie, Meg Schoerke, Lurel Kornhiser, Francesco Rognoni, Christian Sisack, Ernest J. Smith, and Elise Partridge. The Editor: Suzanne Ferguson is Samuel B. and Virginia C. Knight Professor of Humanities, Emerita, at Case Western Reserve University. She is author of The Poetry of Randall Jarrell, editor of Critical Essays on Randall Jarrell, and coeditor of Literature and the Visual Arts in Contemporary Society. Her articles have appeared in Georgia Review, Modern Fiction Studies, Word and Image, and other journals.

Elizabeth Bishop and Marianne Moore

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Elizabeth Bishop and Marianne Moore by Joanne Feit Diehl Summary

This highly innovative work on poetic influence among women writers focuses on the relationship between modernist poet Elizabeth Bishop and her mentor Marianne Moore. Departing from Freudian models of influence theory that ignore the question of maternal presence, Joanne Diehl applies the psychoanalytic insights of object relations theorists Melanie Klein and Christopher Bollas to woman-to-woman literary transactions. She lays the groundwork for a far-reaching critical approach as she shows that Bishop, mourning her separation from her natural mother, strives to balance gratitude toward Moore, her literary mother, with a potentially disabling envy. Diehl begins by exploring Bishop's memoir of Moore, "Efforts of Affection," as an attempt by Bishop to verify Moore's uniqueness in order to defend herself against her predecessor's almost overwhelming originality. She then offers an intertextual reading of the two writers' works that inquires into Bishop's ambivalence toward Moore. In an analysis of "Crusoe in England" and "In the Village," Diehl exposes the restorative impulses that fuel aesthetic creation and investigates how Bishop thematizes an understanding of literary production as a process of psychic compensation.

Conversations with Elizabeth Bishop

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Conversations with Elizabeth Bishop by Elizabeth Bishop Summary

Gathers twenty-five years of the poet's conversations with various interviewers, in which she discusses personal experiences, principal themes, the authors who influenced her, and other subjects

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Elizabeth Bishop by Bonnie Costello Summary

In this finely written companion to Elizabeth Bishop's poetry, Bonnie Costello gives a compelling use of Bishop and her ways of seeing and writing.

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Elizabeth Bishop by Brett C. Millier Summary

Elizabeth Bishop dedicated her poetry to telling "what really happened." Yet what really happened in the life on one of the twentieth century's finest and most beloved American poets has eluded readers for years. In this first full biography, Brett Miller pieces together the compelling and painful story of Bishop's life and traces the writing of her brilliantly crafted poems.

Walter Frere

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Walter Frere by Nicholas Stebbing,Benjamin Gordon-Taylor Summary

"Walter Frere was one of the great scholarly church leaders of the early twentieth century, yet he has remained something of an enigma. Although expert in many different areas of study, only a few specialists value his work today. As a co-founder of the Community of the Resurrection his influence is everywhere, though he operated from behind the scenes. This long-awaited book aims to make Frere and the great range of his ability, interests and legacy better known. It includes: a masterly overview of his life and character; a reflection on his spirituality that was at once ascetic, studious and practical in the service of the disadvantaged; his outstanding record as a teacher; his innovative vision of the priesthood; an exploration of the controversy he aroused in his exercise of episcopacy; his pioneering ecumenical work in the Malines conversations and his sadness that more was not accomplished; his profound influence on the Revised Prayer Book of 1928 and his vision of its potential to satisfy pastoral needs and heal divisions in the Anglican Communion; his enduring influence as a founder of the Community of the Resurrection"--Publisher's description, back cover

Chronicle of John, Bishop of Nikiu

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Bishop's University, 1843-1970

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Bishop's University, 1843-1970 by Christopher Nicholl,Bishop's University Summary

In this detailed and revealing chronicle Christopher Nicholl brings his experience as principal of Bishop's to the task of recounting the university's development from its founding as an Anglican college in 1843 to its battle for survival amid the radical reforms introduced into Quebec's system of higher education during the 1960s.

Elizabeth Bishop's Poetics of Description

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Elizabeth Bishop's Poetics of Description by Zachariah Pickard Summary

Elizabeth Bishop's Poetics of Description argues that attention to the material realm informs everything Bishop does. Seen through this lens, many familiar topics look remarkably different. Bishop's relationship to travel, epiphany, surrealism, and imagery are all transformed, and a timely new Bishop emerges - one quite different from the postmodern poet that has dominated recent scholarship.