Isabel Bolton

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Isabel Bolton (1883–1975) was an American poet and novelist.[1] Her 1952 novel Many Mansions was nominated for the National Book Award for Fiction. Born in New London, Connecticut in 1883 as Mary Britton Miller, she grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and lived for many years in Greenwich Village until her death in 1975. Several of her novels were republished in 1997 in a collection called New York Mosaic.[2][3]

Books[edit]

  • Songs of Infancy and Other Poems (1928)
  • Menagerie (1928) (poetry)
  • Without Sanctuary (1932) (poetry)
  • Intrepid Bird (1934) (poetry)
  • In the Days of Thy Youth (1943) (children's)
  • The Crucifixion, a Poem (1944)
  • Do I Wake or Sleep (1946)
  • The Christmas Tree (1949)
  • Many Mansions (1952)
  • Give a Guess; Poems (1957)
  • All Aboard: Poems (1958)
  • Under Gemini: a Memoir (1966)
  • The Whirligig of Time (1971)
  • New York Mosaic (1997) (posthumous collection of novels)

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Public Library archive
  2. ^ Los Angeles Times review of New York Mosaic
  3. ^ Vidal, Gore (18 December 1997). "A Lost World". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 7 January 2014. 

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