Laura (Riding) Jackson (January 16, 1901 – September 2, 1991) was an American poet, critic, novelist, essayist and short story writer.
Read more about Laura Riding.
Some articles on laura riding:
... from commentators and critics, in Delmar 8, Winter 2002) Laura and Francisca a poem (Deya Seizin Press, 1931) Everybody's Letters (London Barker, 1933) The Life of the Dead ... Press London Constable, 1937) The Collected Poems of Laura Riding (London Cassell New York Random House, 1938) The World and Ourselves (London Chatto Windus, 1938) Lives of Wives (London Cassell, 1939) Selected Poems. 1997) The Sufficient Difference A Centenary Celebration of Laura (Riding) Jackson (guest-edited by Elizabeth Friedmann) (Chelsea 69, New York, Dec ...
Famous quotes containing the words riding and/or laura:
“I was at work that morning. Someone came riding like mad
Over the bridge and up the roadFarmer Roufs little lad.
Bareback he rode; he had no hat; he hardly stopped to say,
Morgans men are coming, Frau, theyre galloping on this way.”
—Constance Fenimore Woolson (18401894)
“A new talker will often call her caregiver mommy, which makes parents worry that the child is confused about who is who. She isnt. This is a case of limited vocabulary rather than mixed-up identities. When a child has only one word for the female person who takes care of her, calling both of them mommy is understandable.”
—Amy Laura Dombro (20th century)