Wallace Stevens - Bibliography - Prose

Prose

  • The Necessary Angel (essays) (1951)
Posthumous publications
  • Letters of Wallace James Stevens, edited by Holly Stevens (1966)
  • Secretaries of the Moon: The Letters of Wallace Stevens & Jose Rodriguez Feo, edited by Beverly Coyle and Alan Filreis (1986)
  • Sur plusieurs beaux sujects: Wallace Stevens's Commonplace Book, edited by Milton J. Bates (1989)
  • The Contemplated Spouse: The Letter of Wallace Stevens to Elsie, edited by D.J. Bluont (2006)

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