- 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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... There are many types of prose, including nonfictional prose, heroic prose, prose poem, polyphonic prose, alliterative prose, prose fiction and village prose in ... A prose poem is a composition in prose that has some of the qualities of a poem ...
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... György C ... Kálmán writes about Idegenek “In the world of the novel – it is difficult to interpret Petőcz’s work any other way – everyone is an outsider ...
... Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, published in 1766 as a quarto edition by Thomas Davies with Johnson adding a preface and several prose and verse pieces ... Miscellanies is a collection of disparate pieces, verse, prose, and dramatic fragments ...
... It is a hybrid work made up of alternating sections of prose and free verse ... It might best be understood as a manifesto of the imagination the prose passages are a dramatic, energetic, and often cryptic series of statements about the ways in which language ... again published as a free-standing book, though the poems and some of the prose sections were reprinted in various combinations through the years ...
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“Science and art, or by the same token, poetry and prose differ from one another like a journey and an excursion. The purpose of the journey is its goal, the purpose of an excursion is the process.”
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