The other day I went through my library to collect books on Robert Lowell and Delmore Schwartz (both were American poets and writers). Here are the books I gathered to put in one stack-
"Delmore Schwartz: The Life Of An American Poet" by James Atlas
"In Dreams Begin And Other Stories" by Delmore Schwartz
"Poets In Their Youth: A Memoir" by Eileen Simpson "Reminiscences about John Berryman, R P. Blackmur, Randall Jarrell, Robert Lowell, Delmore Schwartz, Jean Stafford and others"
"Elizabeth Bishop: Poems, Prose, and Letters"
"Collected Prose" by Robert Lowell
"Selected Poems" by Robert Lowell
"Notebook" by Robert Lowell
"Words In Air: The Complete Correspondence Between Elizabeth Bishop And Robert Lowell" Edited By Thomas Travisano With Saskia Hamilton
"Lost Puritan: A Life of Robert Lowell" by Paul Mariani
"Robert Lowell: A Biography" by Ian Hamilton
Well I suppose I will close to face the coming darkness. I might read this evening a book titled, "Touched with Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness And The Artistic Temperament" by Kay Redfield Jamison. I have down here in the lower level near me a book titled, "Madness And Modernism: Insanity In The Light Of Modern Art, Literature, And Thought" by Louis A. Sass. I have so much to read before the General Resurrection.