5.17.2007

Dear Helen,

...here is a list which friends of mine (Inge Pedersen, who is herself a poet; and Sten Abrahams, who used to teach Danish literature at my old college) have helped me compile. I realize that the people who asked for such a list may not be interested any longer, or that it is now too late anyway. However, here it is:



Aidt, Naja Marie

Andersen, Vita

Boberg, Thomas

Bondebjerg, Klaus

Brandt, Jørgen Gustava

Bukdahl, Lars

Christensen, Inger

Frank, Niels

Grotrian, Simon (Sten Abrahams is presently composing music for G’s poetry)

Høeck, Klaus

Højholt, Per

Jensen, Bo Green

Juul, Pia

Jørgensen, Hans Otto

Kaalø, Steen

Kodal, Janus

Larsen, Marianne

Laugesen, Peter

Lyngsøe, Niels

Madsen, Viggo

Nielsen, Laus Strandby

Nielsen, Lean

Nordbrandt, Henrik

Olsen, Ursula Andkjær

Poulsen, Peter

Rifbjerg, Klaus

Schnack, Asger

Strunge, Michael

Sørensen, Knud

Tafdrup, Pia

Thomsen, Søren Ulrik

Turell, Dan

Vizki, Morti
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5.15.2007

some vita sackville-west poetry == hope to mine this as is in the public domain

Poems of West and East (1917)
Orchard and Vineyard (1921)

5.13.2007

Elisabeth Sophie Cheron

OEUVRES LITTERAIRES
- S.d.: La coupe du Val-de-grâce, réponse au poème de Molière «la Gloire du Val de Grâce» (anonyme)
- 1694 : Essay de Pseaumes (sic) et cantiques mis en vers et enrichis de figures, par Mademoiselle ***, Paris, 23 vignettes inventées et gravées par Louis Chéron.
- 1696 : Traduction d'une ode latine de Boutard, Description de Trianon. Paris.
- 1717 : Les Cerises renversées, poème héroïque, Paris, Giffart.
- 1717 : Le Cantique d'Habacuc et le psaume 103 traduits en vers françois, par Le Hay, dessiné par Sophie Chéron. Paris.
S.294-318: Poems Anna Maria van Schurmans

http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/desbillons/opus/seite166.html

one of the problems researching these poet / painters for me has always been confusion, for example, there are two Labadies

http://www.lib.umich.edu/spec-coll/labadie/

http://www.ccel.org/s/schaff/encyc/encyc06/htm/labadie.htm
oh, yummy, Priscilla Susn Bury (Mrs. Edward), a selection of hexandrian plants (that's ONLY plants with six stamen!)
http://www.illustratedgarden.org/mobot/rarebooks/title.asp?relation=QK495F40B97183134


looking up floral books by women -- trying to add in the full names as in my book are only "Mrs."

Catherina Theresa Cookson
Arabella Elizabeth Roupell