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Fanny Howe


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Fanny Howe (born in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. She has written many novels in prose collection, and is the mother of novelist Danzy Senna. Her father was a lawyer and her Irish-born mother played in the Abbey Theatre of Dublin for some time.
 
Novels
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Omnibus
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Collections
   Eggs (poems) (1970)
   The Amerindian Coastline (poems) (1975)
   Poem from a Single Pallet (poems) (1980)
   Alsace-lorraine (poems) (1982)
   For Erato: the Meaning of Life (poems) (1984)
   Robeson Street (poems) (1985)
   Introduction to the World (poems) (1986)
   The Lives of a Spirit (poems) (1986)
   The Vineyard (poems) (1988)
   Sic (poems) (1988)
   The Quietist (poems) (1992)
   The End (poems) (1993)
   O'Clock (poems) (1995)
   One Crossed Out (poems) (1997)
   Forged (poems) (1999)
   Selected Poems (poems) (2000)
   Economics (2002)
   Gone (poems) (2003)
   Tis of Thee (poems) (2003)
   On the Ground (poems) (2004)
   The Lyrics (poems) (2007)
   Come and See (poems) (2011)
   Second Childhood (poems) (2014)
   The Needle's Eye (poems) (2016)
   Love and I (poems) (2019)
   Night Philosophy (poems) (2020)
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Novellas
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Non fiction
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