An aesthetic of shyness. <strong>Elizabeth Bishop</strong> wasn&rsquo;t much for confession. In her life, as in her apartment, she craved &ldquo;closets, closets, and more closets!&rdquo;

An aesthetic of shyness. Elizabeth Bishop wasn&amp;rsquo;t much for confession. In her life, as in her apartment, she craved &amp;ldquo;closets, closets, and more
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An aesthetic of shyness. Elizabeth Bishop wasn’t much for confession. In her life, as in her apartment, she craved “closets, closets, and more closets!”

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