Elizabeth Frank is an American author and academic known for her literary criticism and biographies. She won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for her book 'Louise Bogan: A Portrait'. Frank is also a professor of literature at Bard College and has written extensively on various literary figures and topics.
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"Louise Bogan: A Portrait" is a comprehensive biography of the renowned American poet, Louise Bogan. The book explores Bogan's personal life, her struggles with mental health, her complex relationships, and her career as a poet. It provides a deep insight into Bogan's life, her poetry, and her role as a critic for The New Yorker, highlighting her contributions to American literature. The book also discusses the challenges Bogan faced as a woman in a male-dominated literary world and how she overcame them.