Laura (Riding) Jackson (January 16, 1901 – September 2, 1991) was an American poet, critic, novelist, essayist and short story writer.
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1930)(reproduced, with responses from commentators and critics, in Delmar 8, Winter 2002) Laura and Francisca a poem (Deya Seizin Press, 1931) Everybody's Letters (London Barker ... 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 In ... Press of Virginia, 1997) The Sufficient Difference A Centenary Celebration of Laura (Riding) Jackson (guest-edited by Elizabeth Friedmann) (Chelsea 69, New York, Dec ...
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