Mirabell: Books of Number is a volume of poetry by James Merrill (1926–1995) published by Atheneum Books in 1978.
Mirabell: Books of Number is a volume of poetry by James Merrill (1926–1995) published by Atheneum Books in 1978. It is the second of three books which together form the epic 560-page poem, The Changing Light at Sandover, which was published as a whole in 1982. Mirabell won the 1979 . National Book Award for Poetry, the second Poetry award for Merrill.
Merrill served as a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets from 1979 until his death. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 50. ISBN 0-19-924711-0. Gussow, Mel (March 5, 2000). While wintering in Arizona, he died on February 6, 1995 from a heart attack related to AIDS. His ashes and the remains of David Jackson are buried side by side at Evergreen Cemetery, Stonington. composed of The Book of Ephraim (1976), Mirabell: Books of Number (1978), and Scripts for the Pageant (1980), with an added coda, "The Higher Keys". Late Settings (1985). The Inner Room (1988).
Merrill’s first book of poems was privately printed by his father during his senior year of high school. The two volumes that followed Divine Comedies, Mirabell: Books of Number (1978) and Scripts for the Pageant (1980), continue the narrative that The Book of Ephraim begins. Merrill attended Amherst College; though his education was interrupted by a stint in the . army during World War II, Merrill’s future as a poet was all but decided during his years in college. In 1946 he published his first collection, The Black Swan.
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Mirabell: Books of Number. The previous volume in Merrill's occult trilogy "The Book of Ephraim" was distilled and basically perfect, covering twenty years of adventures on the ouija board in less than a hundred pages. Mirabell" rambles for twice that length while covering only a few years.
2 of the author's trilogy; the other two pts. are The book of Ephraim, include in Divine comedies, and Scripts for the pagaent.
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Mirabell: Books of Number is a volume of poetry by James Merrill (1926–1995) published by Atheneum . References. "National Book Awards – 1979". National Book Foundation.
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