The Poetry of Louise Glück

Louise Glück

We celebrate the 2020 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, with a look back at four decades of her work in the Review.

From July 1981, “Mock Orange”

From January–April, 1992, “Lamium,” “September Twilight,” and “Vespers”

From January 1999, “The Burning Heart”

From April, 2008, “Walking at Night,” “Burning Leaves,” “Harvest,” and “Sunrise”

From October, 2011, “Wasps”

Louise Glück is a poet and essayist. She is the Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence at Yale and won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2020.
Originally published:
October 10, 2020

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