Louis MacNeice - Works - Books (non-fiction)

Books (non-fiction)

  • I Crossed the Minch (1938, travel, prose and verse)
  • Modern Poetry: A Personal Essay (1938, criticism)
  • Zoo (1938)
  • The Poetry of W. B. Yeats (1941)
  • The Strings Are False (1941, published 1965, autobiography)
  • Meet the US Army (1943)
  • Astrology (1964)
  • Varieties of Parable (1965, criticism)
  • Selected Prose of Louis MacNeice, ed. Alan Heuser (1990)

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