by Elizabeth Bishop, Thomas Travisano et al.
December 14, 2008 Robert Lowell was a Pulitzer Prize winner before he was 30. Elizabeth Bishop was compared to Emily Dickenson. A new book explores one of the literary world's most entwined relationships — an unlikely pairing and, in its way, a kind of love story.
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December 10, 2008 A 1958 letter from Robert Lowell to Elizabeth Bishop
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