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  1. The Complete Poems: Anne Sexton by Anne Sexton, 1999-04-28
  2. Anne Sexton: A Biography by Diane Middlebrook, 1992-10-27
  3. Transformations by Anne Sexton, 2001-02-15
  4. Anne Sexton: A Self-Portrait in Letters by Anne Sexton, 2004-10-01
  5. Love Poems by Anne Sexton, 1999-10-01
  6. Selected Poems: Anne Sexton by Anne Sexton, 2000-06-20
  7. Anne Sexton: The Last Summer by Arthur Furst, 2001-10-12
  8. No Evil Star: Selected Essays, Interviews, and Prose (Poets on Poetry) by Anne Sexton, 1985-11-15
  9. 45 Mercy Street by Anne Sexton, 1976-03
  10. The Voice of the Poet : Anne Sexton by Henri Cole, 2000-04
  11. Anne Sexton Reads by Anne Sexton, 1999-08-01
  12. Anne Sexton: Teacher of Weird Abundance (Suny Series, Feminist Theory in Education) by Paula M. Salvio, 2007-04-05
  13. Anne Sexton: The Artist and Her Critics
  14. Searching for Mercy Street: My Journey Back to My Mother, Anne Sexton by Linda Gray Sexton, 2011-04-01

1. Anne Sexton (Anne Gray Harvey) (1928-1974) American Writer.
(19281974) American writer. Anne Sexton began to pursue her poetry writing upon the suggestion of a psychiatrist when she was hospitalized for a suicide attempt.
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  • (1928-1974) American writer. Anne Sexton began to pursue her poetry writing upon the suggestion of a psychiatrist when she was hospitalized for a suicide attempt. Anne Sexton's first collection was "To Bedlam and Part Way Back," which examined her mental breakdowns.
    Anne Sexton Collections - Poems by Anne Sexton
    Anne Sexton (born Anne Gray Harvey) was an award-winning poet, who received the Pulitzer Prize for "Live or Die." Other collections include: "To Bedlam and Part Way Back" and "All My Pretty Ones." Discover the poetry collections of Anne Sexton!
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    Anne Sexton was born Anne Gray Harvey. She struggled with depression, which she worked through with her poetry. Anne Sexton received the Pulitzer Prize for "Live or Die." Ultimately, she ended her own life, leaving us with poems that confessed many of the struggles she encountered with the body of her works. Discover Anne Sexton through her words! Free Classic Literature Newsletter!

    2. Anne Sexton - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Middlebrook published her controversial biography of Anne Sexton with the approval of Linda Gray Sexton, Anne's literary executor. For use in the biography, Dr. Orne had given Diane
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    Anne Sexton
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the singer, see Ann Sexton Anne Sexton
    Anne Sexton photographed by Elsa Dorfman Born November 9, 1928
    Newton, Massachusetts
    , United States Died
    Weston, Massachusetts
    , United States Occupation Poet Nationality American Genres Confessionalism Children Linda Gray Sexton , Joyce Ladd Sexton Influences W.D. Snodgrass Robert Lowell Anne Sexton (November 9, 1928, Newton, Massachusetts – October 4, 1974, Weston, Massachusetts ) was an influential American poet, known for her highly personal, confessional verse . She won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1967. Themes of her poetry include her suicidal tendencies, long battle against depression , and various intimate details from her own private life, including her relationship with her husband and children.
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    Anne Sexton was born Anne Gray Harvey in Newton, Massachusetts to Mary Gray Staples and Ralph Harvey. She spent most of her childhood in Boston . In 1945 she enrolled at Rogers Hall boarding school

    3. Biography Of Anne Brontë
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    Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights fame respectively; however, it comes as some surprise to many people to learn that during her lifetime Anne was the most successful of the three, being the only one to get her first two novels successfully published - Charlotte's first novel being rejected by every publisher to whom it was sent; Anne's second novel, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall , rapidly outsold Emily's all-time classic and only novel, Wuthering Heights ; following the failure of the three sisters' combined book of poems, Anne was the only one who went on to have success in getting a number of her poems published independent of her sisters; and she is the only one who has had a number of hymns published: many still appearing in the hymn books of various religious denominations today. It was only her early death, coupled with a number of subsequent actions by Charlotte, that has left Anne in the shade of her two elder siblings. Both Anne and Emily died within little over a year of achieving fame; only Charlotte lived on for a number of years and was able to fully enjoy that status. During this time, she made friends with the writer Mrs. Elizabeth Gaskell who, a few years after Charlotte's death, wrote her biography. However, it was many years before anyone set about writing a biography of Anne or Emily, and by this time information about them had become relatively scarce and 'patchy'. Some information could certainly be gained from Mrs. Gaskell's Many people are aware that Anne's grave is situated in Scarborough - at the northern end of St. Mary's churchyard, beneath the castle walls; but few know anything of how she came to be interred there, or what her connections with the resort were. The following paragraphs give a brief account of Anne's life, and highlight her connections with Scarborough . . .

    4. Sexton, Anne - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Sexton, Anne
    US poet. She studied with Robert Lowell and wrote similarly confessional poetry, as in To Bedlam and Part Way Back (1960) and All My Pretty Ones (1962).
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    5. Chegg.com: Complete Poems By | 0395329353 | 9780395329351
    Rent and Save a ton on Complete Poems by Sexton, Anne.ISBN 0395329353 EAN 9780395329351
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    SUMMARY From the joy and anguish of her own experience, Sexton fashioned poems that told truths about the inner lives of men and women. This book comprises Sexton's ten volumes of verse, including the Pulitzer Prize-winner Live or Die, as well as seven poems from her last years. SUMMARY From the joy and anguish of her own experience, Sexton fashioned poems that told truths about the inner lives of men and women. This book comprises Sexton's ten volumes of verse, including the Pulitzer Prize-winner Live or Die, as well as seven poems from her last years. Customer Service Media Center Mobile Bookstores ... Gift Certificates

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    7. Anne Sexton
    Photo Gwendolyn Stewart About the Photographer Anne Sexton (19281974) Anne Sexton's Life A Sexton Chronology Sexton's Career by Diana Hume George About Anne
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    8. Sexton, Anne | Definition Of Sexton, Anne | HighBeam.com: Online Dictionary
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    10. Anne Sexton- Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
    Anne Sexton. Anne Gray Harvey was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928. She attended Garland Junior College for one year and married Alfred Muller Sexton II at age nineteen.
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    Anne Gray Harvey was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928. She attended Garland Junior College for one year and married Alfred Muller Sexton II at age nineteen. She enrolled in a modeling course at the Hart Agency and lived in San Francisco and Baltimore. In 1953 she gave birth to a daughter. In 1954 she was diagnosed with postpartum depression, suffered her first mental breakdown, and was admitted to Westwood Lodge, a neuropsychiatric hospital she would repeatedly return to for help. In 1955, following the birth of her second daughter, Sexton suffered another breakdown and was hospitalized again; her children were sent to live with her husband's parents. That same year, on her birthday, she attempted suicide. She was encouraged by her doctor to pursue an interest in writing poetry she had developed in high school, and in the fall of 1957 she enrolled in a poetry workshop at the Boston Center for Adult Education. In her introduction to Anne Sexton's

    11. Anne Sexton Biography From Who2.com
    Author Diane Middlebrook excerpts her work on Sexton. Anne Sexton. Biographical details, poems and literary criticism. Anne Sexton. Profile from the American Academy of Poets
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    Name at birth: Anne Gray Harvey Anne Sexton married at the age of 19, worked briefly as a model and then started a family. Sexton suffered from depression and had mental breakdowns and suicidal bouts after the births of her children and the deaths of her parents. In the late 1950s she began writing poetry as therapy and was soon "discovered" by the literary world for her unapologetically autobiographical poems. The recipient of many awards and grants, she won the Pulitzer Prize in 1966 for Live or Die . In 1974 she committed suicide. Other poets include Rita Dove Allen Ginsberg and Ezra Pound Blog posts mentioning Anne Sexton
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    Vital Stats
    Birth
    9 November
    Birthplace
    Newton Massachusetts
    Death
    4 October
    Suicide by asphyxiation
    , age 45)
    Best Known As
    Confessional American poet of the 1960s and '70s
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    13. Sexton, Anne Definition Of Sexton, Anne In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Sexton, Anne (Harvey), 1928–74, American poet, b. Newton, Mass. Educated at Garland Junior College and at Radcliffe, she worked briefly as a fashion model in Boston.
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    Rent and Save a ton on Holocaust Poetry by Sexton, Anne Wiesel, Elie Schiff, Hilda Spender, Stephen Levi, Primo .ISBN 0312143575 EAN 9780312143572
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    16. Anne Sexton — Infoplease.com
    Encyclopedia Sexton, Anne. Sexton, Anne (Harvey), 1928 – 74, American poet, b. Newton, Mass. Educated at Garland Junior College and at Radcliffe, she worked briefly as a fashion model
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    17. Music Swims Back To Me...Anne Sexton On The WWW
    The Complete Works of Anne Sexton and I can feel the tune they played the night they left me in this private institution on a hill.
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    Build your own FREE website at Tripod.com Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); The Complete Works of Anne Sexton "...and I can feel the tune they played the night they left me in this private institution on a hill." The Works About Anne Welcome to my growing archive of Anne Sexton's poetry. Soon I hope to have her entire collection of poems on this site. Give me a few years and we'll see! I have rewritten the About Anne section, and have added new text from Maxine Kumin's foreword in The Complete Poems To Bedlam and Partway Back All My Pretty Ones Live or Die Love Poems ... Words for Dr. Y. Last updated 5-14-98

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    out of 4 Starring: Glenn Close Kenneth Branagh Director: Jon Blair Rated: PG RunTime: 117 Minutes Release Date: February Genre: Documentary Buy this DVD Amazon.com Buy this Video ... Half.com Review by Steve Rhodes 4 stars out of 4 ANNE FRANK REMEMBERED is a fresh telling of the tragic life of Anne Frank. It is a documentary where Anne's friends are interviewed and these interviews are beautifully interwoven by the editor Karen Steininger with moving and still images of Anne's era along with videos of the attic where she and seven others hid. This is not a sentimental film neither is it ever manipulative. It records the history in a stark, but effective and factual retelling. Most films about Anne Frank have been entitled THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK and center on the time of the diary with her as the focus. In ANNE FRANK REMEMBERED, the brilliant new director, writer, and producer Jon Blair chooses to consider the totality of her life from her father's marriage to after her death, and he also dwells more on the other people ensconced with her. In this more complete rendition, Anne comes alive as much more human and her death even more tragic. The story is told chronologically, and there is as much time devoted to the periods before and after the diary as to the diary period itself.

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    Research Sexton Anne and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
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    20. Her Kind By Anne Sexton : The Poetry Foundation [poem] : Find Poems And Poets. D
    IN THIS ISSUE October 2010. Poems from Rachel Wetzsteon, Bob Hicok, Eleanor Ross Taylor, Joel Brouwer, Peter Spagnuolo, Dean Young and Jane Mead; an exchange between Ange Mlinko and
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