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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 - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
She also collaborated with some musicians, forming the group Anne Sexton and Her Kind, who were working to put some of her writing to music.
Anne Sexton
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Polaroid portrait taken in 1974, the year of her death. Born November 9
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Died October 4 (age 45)
Weston, Massachusetts
Occupation Poet Nationality ... Confessionalism Influences W.D. Snodgrass Robert Lowell Sylvia Plath Anne Sexton November 9 Newton, Massachusetts October 4 Weston, Massachusetts ), born Anne Gray Harvey , was an American poet and writer
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Sexton was born in Newton, Massachusetts and spent most of her life near Boston, Massachusetts . In 1945, Sexton began attending a boarding school , Rogers Hall, in Lowell, Massachusetts . For a time as a young woman, she modeled at Boston's Hart Agency. Although she was already engaged to someone else, in August 1948 she eloped with Alfred Muller Sexton, known as "Kayo." The couple drove from Massachusetts to North Carolina , where the legal marrying age was 18. Before their divorce in the early 1970s, she had two children with Kayo:

2. Anne Sexton --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Anne Sexton American poet whose work is noted for its confessional intensity.
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3. Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton confessional, intimate, direct - her recorded voice as intriguing as William Burroughs or Ezra Pound s - even fronted a jazz-rock band
Anne Sexton M U S I C S W I M S B A C K T O M E
Anne Sexton - confessional, intimate, direct - her recorded voice as intriguing as William Burroughs' or Ezra Pound's - even fronted a jazz-rock band towards the end, reciting all her pretty ones to a beat. Born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928 and living all of her life in or near Boston, her first book of poems, To Bedlam and Part Way Back , was published in 1960; her last, Words for Dr. Y., was published after her death, by her own hand, in 1974. She won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry in 1967 for Live or Die Ari Words
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  • Ari Words offers a wonderful tour through her poetry with a selection of pictures of Sexton laid beside some wonderful selections of her talent. The index page also includes this same treatment done to William S. Burroughs and Albert Camus
  • Rats Live on No Evil Star includes a rather small biography but a wonderful selection of her poetry as well as a bibliography of her work.
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    • Anne Sexton, Part 4 (5.1 Meg, 10.6 min) Poet Anne Sexton reads "Rowing," "Riding the Elevator Into the Sky," "The Play," "The Rowing Endeth," "Us," and "The Touch." Sexton's poetry ranges from the frankly sensual to the frankly miserable. Her work is accessible, deeply touching indeed, disturbing and full of intricate rhymes and patterns. Sexton has remained popular with readers since her first book, "To Bedlam and Part Way Back," was published in 1960. Several volumes appeared after her death in 1974.

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Anne Sexton , Poet Born 9 November 1928 Birthplace Newton, Massachusetts Died 4 October 1974 (Suicide by asphyxiation) Best Known As Confessional.
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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. ADVERTISEMENT Home Business Entertainment Food ... More... InitForm('lookup1','autodiv1','down'); Library Arts Business Entertainment Food ... More...

5. Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton killed herself with carbon monoxide in her garage at age 46. Her authorized biography is Anne Sexton A Biography by Diane Wood Middlebrook
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Anne Sexton Anne Gray Harvey was born in Newton, Massachusetts. Her father, a lawyer and woolen manufacturer, was an alcoholic. Her mother suffered from unfilled literary aspirations. Anne was not comfortable with school, but she attended a finishing school and was briefly a fashion model. She eloped at nineteen with Alfred Sexton. Upon the birth of their first daughter, Linda, she suffered postpartum depression and was hospitalized. The birth of Joyce, their second daughter, in 1955 led to increased depression. Her therapist encouraged her to write, and Sexton’s first book, To Bedlam and Part Way Back , was published in 1960. Extramarital affairs did not prevent her further attempts at suicide, but she was strengthened by participation in a Boston University seminar with Robert Lowell and students Sylvia Plath, George Starbuck, and an increasingly close friend, Maxine Kumin, with whom she later authored four children’s books.
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6. Anne Sexton - Wikiquote
Anne Sexton (192811-09 – 1974-10-04), born Anne Gray Harvey, was an American poet and writer. She won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry in 1967 for Live or Die.
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        Love your self's self where it lives.
        There is no special God to refer to; or if there is,
        why did I let you grow
        in another place. You did not know my voice
        when I came back to call. All the superlatives
        of tomorrow's white tree and mistletoe
        will not help you know the holidays you had to miss.
        • "The Double Image" I rot on the wall, my own Dorian Gray
          • "The Double Image" I imitate a memory of belief that I do not own.
            • "The Division of Parts" I have ridden in your cart, driver

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10. Jeanette Winterson - Poem - Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton is one of my favourite poets. She struggled with the big questions. She won the Pulitzer prize. Like Sylvia Plath, she committed suicide.

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Anne Sexton. Anne Sexton AKA Anne Gray Harvey. Born 9Nov-1928 Birthplace Newton, MA Daughter Linda Gray Sexton Daughter Joyce Ladd Sexton
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Executive summary: Live or Die Father: Ralph Churchill Harvey (manufacturer, d. 1959) Mother: Mary Gray Staples (d. 1959) Husband: Alfred Murray Sexton II (m. 1948) Daughter: Linda Gray Sexton Daughter: Joyce Ladd Sexton High School: Rogers Hall, Lowell, MA University: Garland Junior College (one year) University: Boston University Professor: Boston University (1970-71) Professor: Colgate University (1971-72) Phi Beta Kappa Society honorary (11-Jun-1968) Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1967 for Live or Die Abortion Nervous Breakdown Nervous Breakdown Suicide Attempt ... Suicide Attempt May-1957 Lost Child Custody Nervous Breakdown Risk Factors: Depression Author of books: To Bedlam and Part Way Back , poetry) All My Pretty Ones , poetry) Live or Die , poetry) Love Poems , poetry) Transformations , poetry) The Book of Folly , poetry) The Death Notebooks , poetry) The Awful Rowing Toward God , poetry) 45 Mercy Street , poetry) Uncollected Poems with Three Stories , poetry) No Evil Star: Selected Essays, Interviews, and Prose

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  • Anne Sexton "The Complete Poems" Print story E-mail story Backflip this story to find it again Anne Sexton began writing poetry at the age of twenty-nine. In spite of alcoholism and the mental illness that ultimately led her to suicide, she created a body of work for which she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1966. She is one of few writers to have enjoyed the rare distinction of being a popular American poet. In addition to her skill as a writer, she was lauded by audiences as a glamorous and exciting performer of her work. The subject matter addressed in her poetry is very personal and deals with such issues as career and ambition, love and madness, children and godliness. She was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in London and her works include "To Bedlam And Part Way Back," "All My Pretty Ones" and "Live or Die."

    13. Poetry Inspired By Sylvia Plath -- Anne Sexton
    Anne Sexton was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928, and grew up in Wellesley where Sylvia Plath spent her childhood, too. Anne Sexton lived most of her
    Anne Sexton
    Anne Sexton was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928, and grew up in Wellesley where Sylvia Plath spent her childhood, too. Anne Sexton lived most of her life in Weston. Frustrated as a housewife and mother in suburban Boston and plagued by mental problems including suicidal obsessions, Sexton, beautiful, intense, and gifted, began writing poetry at age 29 on the advice of her therapist. Plath and Sexton attended a poetry class with Robert Lowell in the summer of 1959. Anne Sexton died at her own hand in 1974.
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    On this page here you can find two poems by Anne Sexton that were inspired by Sylvia Plath, or rather by her suicide: A very good source of information on Anne Sexton, including many more of her poems, can be found at
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    All Her Pretty Ones, and then some.. An interpretation of the poetry of Anne Sexton Anne Gray Harvey was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1928. After attending one year of college, she eloped and married Alfred "Kayo" Sexton at the age of nineteen. They had their first daughter in 1953, and shortly after, in 1954, Anne Sexton was diagnosed with postpartum depression. Sexton was soon admitted to Westwood Lodge, a neuropsychiatric hospital. One year later, after the birth of her second daughter, she suffered a second breakdown and returned to the hospital. Her children then went to live with her husband's parents. That same year, on her birthday, she made her first attempt at suicide. Shortly after her first attempt, her doctor encouraged her to pursue her interest in poetry as a way to open up and let many of her feelings reach the surface. It was that talent, her passion for writing that gave Sexton the courage to live with her depression for as long as she did. Nevertheless, in 1974 at the age of 46, Anne Harvey Sexton gave up, ending her successful writing career and losing her lifelong fight against depression.

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    In her introduction to anne sexton s Complete Poems, the poet Maxine Kumin, who was enrolled with sexton in the 1957 workshop and became her close friend,

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    Online companion site to Oxford Modern American Poetry anthology. Contains biography, chronology, and scholars comments on her life and some of her poems.
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