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A List of References in Mary Ruefle’s Madness, Rack, and Honey

Paul Valéry
Stéphane Mallarmé
Glandolyn Blue
Timothy Sure
Ralph Angel
Ezra Pound
Ernest Fenollosa
Roland Barthes
Gaston Bachelard
Cy Twombly
John Crowe Ransom
Dante
Barbra Hernstein Smith
Emily Dickinson
Walt Whitman
Sappho
Charles Simic
Paul Auster
Hayden Carruth
Pablo Neruda
Nicholas Negroponte
Keats
Julio Cortazar
Edward Lense
Robert Graves
Robert Lowell
Babette Deutsch
Anthony Burgess
Archibald Macliesh
James Kirkup
Anne Sexton
Andrei Voznesensky
Kenzaburo Oe
Eugenio Montale
Pablo Picasso
Vladimir Nabokov
Neil Armstrong
Alan Shepard
Edgar Mitchell
James Irwin
Alan Bean
Yeats
Nietzche
Jesus Christ
Wallace Stevens
the Dalai Lama
Maurice Blanchot
Philip Sterling
Tess Gallagher
God
Adam
Shelley
Fanny Browne
Keat’s brother, George
France
John Gardner
Hart Crane
William Wright
Aristotle
Baudelaire
Anna Akhmatova
Mayakovsky
Lily Brik
Peter Høeg
Donald Hall
Plato
Robert Hass
W.D. Snodgrass
Denise Levertov
Coleridge
Witold Gombrowicz
Dylan Thomas
Flaubert
Wordsworth
Robin Behn
Marianne Moore
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Henri Bergson
May Sarton
Emily Brontë
Toni Morrison
Jane Austen
William Bronk
Proust
Claude Levi-Strauss
Robert Frost
Isabelle Eberhardt
William Shakespeare
Auden
Melville
Dean Young
Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, Steven Izenour
August Heckscher
Rene Girard
Barbra Streisand
Bach, Vivaldi
Kandinsky
Wittgenstein
Robert Stern, Philip Johnson, and Michael Graves
Seamus Heany, Czeslaw Milosz, John Ashbery
Louise Bogan
W.S. Merwin
Galway Kinnell
Charles Bernstein
Guy de Maupassant
Bidu Sayao
Heitor Villa-Lobos
Gordon Lonsdale, William Vassall, Bruno Pontecorvo, Julius Rosenberg, Ethel Rosenberg, Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean, Harold Philby
Louise Glück
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Goethe
Tolstoy
Gide
Joyce
Hugh Kenner
Penelope Fitzgerald
Richard Howard
John Clare
Georges Bataille
Isak Dinesen
Heraclitus
Cecilia Vicuna
Carl Jung
Edmond Jabès
Tomas Transtromer
Colette
James Tate
James Salter
Hellmut Wilhelm
Tony Hoagland
the CIA
James Ward
Julian of Norwich
Faulkner
Roethke
Milton
Blake
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Lorca
George Oppen
Barry Lopez
Kierkegaard
John Berger
D.W. Winnicott
Georges Perec
Paul Klee
Symborska
Rilke
Simone Weil
Raymond Queneau
the United States Constitution
Pat Adams
Coach (i.e. handbags)
Dickens
Marcus Aurelius
Eliot
Rumi
Haifez
Giacometti
Heymann Steinhal
Russ Rymer
Qingdeng
Thich Nhat Hanh
Stanley Kunitz
Elizabeth Bishop
Frankenstein
Gertrude Stein
Mary Oppen
Heidegger
Charles Lamb
Li Po
Shimazaki Toson
Paul Celan
Yves Bonnefoy
Pascal
Carl Woese
Zbigniew Herbert
Emile Durkheim
Charles Darwin
Muriel Spark
Susan Howe
J.D. Salinger
Charlotte Brontë
Anne Frank
Billy Collins
Arthur Symons
Anne Brontë
Jacques Derrida
Giorgio Agamben
Kafka
Thomas Mann
Rachel Van Amerongen-Frankfoorder
Somerset Maugham
D. H. Lawrence
Thomas Merton
Thomas Hardy
George Seferis
The White Album
T. E. Lawrence
Lautreamont
W. G. Sebald
Thomas Abrams
Margaret Mead
George Steiner
Samuel Richardson
R. W. Franklin
Jim Morrison
Gaugin
Groucho Marx
Borges
James Wright
Emerson
Saint Denis
Simone Weil
John F. Kennedy
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Thomas Hood
Louis Untermeyer
Philip Larkin
Rafael Alberti
Ben Belitt
James Merrill
Anne Carson
Bernard Malamud
John Moore
Arthur Miller
Berryman
Ernest Hemingway
Djuna Barnes
Rodin
Annie Lennox
Socrates
James Fenton
Clarice Lispector
Ramakrishna
Thor Heyerdahl
Marina Tsvetayeva
Van Morrison
Richard Dawkins
Howard Nemerov
Samuel Johnson
Kurahashi Yumiko
Giacomo Leopardi
Lyn Hejinian
Carl Hiaasen
Omar Khayyam
Duran Duran
Mark Halliday
Jill Rosser
Natasha Sajé
Joseph Goebbels
Matthew Zapruder
Spinoza
Albert Burgh
Anke Kriske
Robert Walser
Kathe Kollwitz
Dmitry Shostakovich
Arnold Ludwig
Anna Schuleit
Samuel Pepys

 
Book was sweet.

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