Judith Judson prepared a "tract" on Elinor Wylie, born around the same time as Edna St. Vincent Millay, Louise Bogan and made the selection of the poems -- the Pittsford group had one more
piece, Lament for Glasgerion. Even Judith admitted, "it is hard to get the narrative"...
Because Wylie had such an extensive vocabulary, which smacked of "Upper Class", often with archaic words -- (who says "forlorn" in the 20th century?) a diamond-sharp wit with which to work impeccable form, she was not considered a poet who had more than a "thin theme" delicately