Louise Bogan

From the Stacks: “Virginia Woolf on Women”
December 18, 1929
April 08, 2014

Terse, exacting, and unflinching, Louise Bogan was one of the best-known poets of the first half of the twentieth century, as well as a prolific literary critic—The New Yorker’s on-staff poetry reviewer for 38 years and a regular contributor to The N

Katherine Mansfield
October 02, 2012

As an artist, it is clear that Mansfield was the forerunner, in English prose, of a new kind of sensibility.

Rilke Literally
February 22, 1939

The first comprehensive translation of Rilke’s poetry appears in America after interest in Rilke’s work, on the Continent and in England, has reached

Tolstoy's Wife
July 02, 1930

The Diary of Sofie Andreyevna, Countess Tolstoy, exclusive of girlhood reminiscences, covers a period of thirty-five years; from 1862, the year of her