This study of Sara Teasdale was made not only in an attempt to learn more about her as a woman and as a poet but try to relate the two, to explain why she wrote the type of poetry which she did, why some of her poems express such a joyous love of life and others such as disillusionment. The latter expression is more understandable when the facts of her life are known. The studies of her imagery and stanzaic forms aid in forming an opinion of her ability as a poet and also tend to characterize her as a woman.
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George St. Clair
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Sara Teasdale, Stanzaic Form, Caesural Pause, Biography
McKnight, Virginia. "Sara Teasdale: Her Life and Work." (1937). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/engl_etds/158