Elizabeth Bishop Bibliography

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#1
Poetry Collections
1946
North & South
1955
North & South: A Cold Spring
1956
A Cold Spring
1965
Questions of Travel
1976
Geography III
1983
The Complete Poems: 1927-1979
2011
Poems
 
 
#2
Poems
1946
The Map
1946
The Imaginary Iceberg
1946
Casablanca
1946
The Colder the Air
1946
Wading at Wellfleet
1946
Chemin de Fer
1946
The Gentleman of Shalott
1946
Large Bad Picture
1946
From the Country to the City
1946
The Man-Moth
1946
Love Lies Sleeping
1946
A Miracle for Breakfast
1946
The Weed
1946
The Unbeliever
1946
The Monument
1946
Paris, 7 A.M.
1946
Quai d'Orleans
1946
Sleeping on the Ceiling
1946
Sleeping Standing Up Cirque d'Hiver
1946
Florida
1946
Jerónimo's House
1946
Roosters
1946
Seascape
1946
Little Exercise
1946
The Fish
1946
Late Air
1946
Cootchie
1946
Songs for a Colored Singer
1946
Anaphora
1956
A Cold Spring
1956
Over 2000 Illustrations and a Complete Concordance
1956
The Bright
1956
A Summer's Dream
1956
At the Fishhouses
1956
Cape Brenton
1956
View of the Capital from the Library of Congress
1956
Insomnia
1956
The Prodigal
1956
Faustina; or, Rock Roses
1956
Varick Street
1956
Conversation
1956
Rain Towards Morning
1956
While Some Telephones
1956
O Breath
1956
Letter to N.Y.
1956
Argument
1956
Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore
1956
The Shampoo
1965
Brazil
1965
Arrival at Santos
1965
Brazil, January 1, 1502
1965
Questions of Travel
1965
Squatter's Children
1965
Manuelzinho
1965
Electrical Storm
1965
Song for the Rainy Season
1965
The Armadillo
1965
The Riverman
1965
Twelfth Morning; or, What You Will
1965
The Burglar of Babylon
1965
Manners
1965
Sestina
1965
First Death in Nova Scotia
1965
Filling Station
1965
Sunday, 4 A.M.
1965
Sandpiper
1965
From Trollope's Journal
1965
Visits to St. Elizabeths
1965
Raining Season
1965
Giant Toad
1965
Strayed Crab
1965
Giant Snail
1965
The Hanging of the Mouse
1965
Some Dreams They Forget
1965
Song
1965
House Guest
1965
Trouvée
1965
Going to the Bakery
1965
Under the Window
1965
Ouro Preto
1976
In the Waiting Room
1976
Crusoe in England
1976
Night City
1976
The Moose
1976
12 O'Clock News
1976
Poem
1976
One Art
1976
The End of March
1976
Objects & Apparitions
1976
Five Flights Up
1979
Santarem
1979
North Haven
1979
Pink Dog
1979
Sonnet
1983
Pleasure Seas
1983
The Mountain
1983
The Wit
1983
Exchanging Hats
1983
A Norther
1983
Key West
1983
Britannia Rules the Waves
1983
Lullaby for the Cat
1983
To Be Written on the Mirror in Whitewash
1983
Sunday at Key West
1983
Thank-You Note
1983
Lines Written in the Fannie Farmer Cookbook
1983
Behind Stowe
1983
To a Tree
1983
Thunder
1983
Sonnet
1983
Imber Nocturnus
1983
For C.W.B.
1983
The Wave
1983
A Word with You
1983
The Flood
1983
Hymn to the Virgin
1983
Three Sonnets for the Eyes
1983
Three Valentines
1983
The Reprimand
#3
Introduction
1957
The Diary of Helena Morley
 
 
#4
Short Stories
1965
In the Village
1984
The Baptism
1984
The Sea & Its Shore
1984
In Prison
1984
The Farmer's Children
1984
The Housekeeper
1984
Gwendolyn
1984
Memories of Uncle Neddy
 
 
#5
Writings Collections
1984
The Collected Prose
2006
Edgar Allan Poe & The Juke-Box: Uncollected Poems, Drafts, and Fragments
2008
Poems, Prose and Letters
 
 
#6
Essays
1984
Primer Class
1984
The Country Mouse
1984
The U.S.A. School of Writing
1984
Gregorio Valdes
1984
Mercedes Hospital
1984
To the Botequim & Back
1984
The Diary of "Helena Morley": The Book & Its Author
1984
A Trip to Vigia
1984
Efforts of Affection: A Memoir of Marianne Moore
 
 
#7
Letter Collections
1996
One Art: Letters
2008
Words in Air: The Complete Correspondence Between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell
 
 
#8
Interview Collection
1996
Conversations with Elizabeth Bishop
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