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Augury and Autobiography: Bishop's "Crusoe in England"
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Augury and Autobiography:
Bishop's "Crusoe in England"
Renee R. Curry
California State University, San Marcos
Renee R. Curry

Renee R. Curry, Assistant Professor of English, California State University, San Marcos, is currently at work on her book Please Come Flying: The Augural Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop.

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