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This collection represents the growing twenty-first-century critical engagement with MarianneMoore’s poetry: a Moore renaissance that draws on expanded biographical and archivalmaterials and new editions of her work. These essays by a lively group of established andemerging Moore scholars explore many new dimensions of Moore’s poetry, including itsintimate relationships with food, numbers, labor politics, Persian art, religious hermeneutics,and dance. They examine the impact of precursors and contemporaries on Moore’s oeuvre,as well as her poetry’s influence on subsequent generations of artists. The volume also sheds new light on Moore’s editorial work and on her underappreciated post-World War II career as acultural icon. The volume concludes with six brief scholarly memoirs on the evolution of Moore studies since the 1980s.