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Lizzie Borden in Love

Poems in Women's Voices

Julianna Baggott

Publication Year: 2006

Women’s voices offering an intimate view into women’s lives

Lizzie Borden in Love, a collection of poems by national bestselling author Julianna Baggott, offers poignant commentary in the voices of women as varied as Mary Todd Lincoln and Monica Lewinsky. The poems often focus on a particular moment in life: Katherine Hepburn discovers the dead body of her brother in an attic, or painter Mary Cassatt mourns the failure of her eyesight. Sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes ecstatic, the poems in this collection never fail the trust of the subjects of their intimate portrayals

 

Published by: Southern Illinois University Press

Cover

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pp. 1-3

Title Page

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p. 4-4

Copyright Page

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pp. 5-7

Contents

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pp. vii-ix

Acknowledgments

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pp. xi-xii

Lori Schappell, a Conjoined Twin, Addresses the Kmart Cashier Who Eyes Her with Too Much Sympathy

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pp. 3-17

The Rockwell Poems

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pp. 5-19

Irene, Suicide, Four Years after Divorcing Norman Rockwell and Marrying Francis Hartley, Jr.

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pp. 7-8

Mary Rockwell, after the Abortion

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pp. 9-22

Mary Rockwell, 1950

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pp. 10-11

Mary Rockwell after Her Son Is Accidentally Stabbed While Fencing

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pp. 12-25

To Mary Rockwell, now dead

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pp. 13-29

Mary Todd on Her Deathbed

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pp. 17-18

Marie Laurent Pasteur Addresses Louis in Her Mind While She Scalds the Sheets

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pp. 19-32

Marie Laurent Pasteur Watches Louis Walk to the Kennels after His Stroke

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pp. 20-33

Mary Cassatt, Going Blind, Crosses Her Room

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pp. 21-34

Katharine Hepburn in the Attic with Her Dead Brother

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pp. 22-35

The Beuret-Claudel-Rodin Poems

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pp. 23-37

Rose Beuret in a Cool Bath While a Servant Reads the Society Pages to Her

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pp. 25-26

Camille Claudel Bathing in the Lake near Chateau D'Islette

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pp. 27-28

Camille Claudel Does Not Want to See the Baby

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pp. 29-42

Camille Claudel in Her Studio in Quai Bourbon

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pp. 30-31

Camille Caludel Refuses to Sculpt Clay Given to Her by Sister Saint Hildefonse at the Asylum

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pp. 32-33

After a Trip to the Dentist with Sister Sain Hildefonse, Camille Claudel Returns to the Asylum

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pp. 34-47

Camille Claudel Dies after Thirty Years in the Asylum

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pp. 35-51

For Sylvia: Come Winter. Come, Winter.

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pp. 39-52

Minna Edison Listens to Her Husband Give a Lecture around the Time He Is Deciding to Disown Thomas Edison, Jr., Minna's Stepson

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pp. 40-53

Margaret Sanger Addresses the Ghost of Ida Craddock

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pp. 41-42

Monica Lewinsky Thinks of Bill Clinton While Standing Naked in Front of a Hotel Mirror

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pp. 43-44

Mrs. Dali

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pp. 45-59

The Borden Poems

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pp. 47-61

Lizzie Borden Addresses Her Jury of Men

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pp. 49-50

Lizzie Borden in Love

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pp. 51-52

The Night Lizzie Borden Dies

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pp. 53-54

The Lion Tamer's Wife after the Lion's Escape from the Motordome

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pp. 57-58

Dorothy Day's Daughter, Pregnant with Her Ninth Child, Begs Her Mother for Charity: A Bedtime Prayer

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pp. 59-60

Marie Curie Gives Advice to Her Daughter Irene before Her Wedding

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pp. 61-62

The Mule-Faced Woman, 1926

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pp. 63-64

Ethel Waters' Mother, Louise--Raped at Twelve--Cannot Listen to her Daughter Sing 'His Eye Is on the Sparrow'

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pp. 65-78

Ida Saxton McKinley, the First Lady, Seizes during a Dinner Party

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pp. 66-67

Helen Keller Dying in Her Sleep

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pp. 71-84

Other Books in the Series

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pp. 72-85

Back Cover

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p. 86-86


E-ISBN-13: 9780809388127
Print-ISBN-13: 9780809327256

Page Count: 88
Publication Year: 2006

Series Title: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

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