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  1. 8 apr 2024 · Anne Sexton (born November 9, 1928, Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.—died October 4, 1974, Weston, Massachusetts) was an American poet whose work is noted for its confessional intensity. Anne Harvey attended Garland Junior College for a year before her marriage in 1948 to Alfred M. Sexton II.

  2. 21 mag 2021 · ANNE SEXTON, IL LIBRO DELLA FOLLIA (LA NAVE DI TESEO, PP 224, EURO 18), A CURA DI ROSARIA LO RUSSO - Esce per la prima volta in Italia, il 27 maggio, l'edizione completa delle poesie della Premio ...

  3. 12 giu 2022 · Anne Sexton’s Poetry: Her Kind. “ Her Kind ” is the iconic Sexton poem. Written early in her career and published in her first book, To Bedlam and Part Way Back, she often read it in her poetry readings. Sexton even named her chamber music band “Her Kind.”. The poem carries elements that recur throughout her work: the confessional ...

  4. 24 mag 2017 · Anne Gray Harvey Sexton (b. 1928–d. 1974), born in Newton, Massachusetts, was the third daughter of an established and moderately wealthy family. One ancestor had been the governor of Maine, and her grandfather was editor of the Lewiston Evening Journal. Women’s lives in the family were more ornamental than professional, and the beautiful ...

  5. Anne Sexton's ‘45 Mercy Street’ exemplifies 20th-century poetry through its introspective exploration of identity, memory, and disillusionment. Its raw emotions and vivid imagery mirror the confessional style prevalent in mid-20th-century poetry, akin to works by Sylvia Plath and Robert Lowell.

  6. Transformations. Copertina flessibile – 14 agosto 2001. These poem-stories are a strange retelling of seventeen Grimms fairy tales, including "Snow White," "Rumpelstiltskin," "Rapunzel," "The Twelve Dancing Princesses," "The Frog Prince," and "Red Riding Hood." Astonishingly, they are as wholly personal as Anne Sexton's most intimate poems.

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  7. 28 nov 2018 · The lost work – four poems and an essay – was written in the late 1950s. In the poem Winter Colony, Sexton writes about skiing, of how: “We ride the sky down, / our voices falling back ...