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On Elizabeth Bishop

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92Y & IAC
On Elizabeth Bishop
with Colm Tóibín

Sunday, April 19 | 11 am

In our third collaboration with 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center, we are thrilled to announce four evenings with contemporary authors.

At 92Y | Weill Art Gallery
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
New York, NY

“Elizabeth Bishop began with the idea that little is known and that much is puzzling…The effort then to make a true statement in poetry required a hushed, solitary concentration.”
 - Colm Tóibín

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award-winner and author Colm Tóibín explores Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop’s “poetics of uncertainty” in his new critical appreciation, On Elizabeth Bishop.

 


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