Who wrote Blue Nights?
Blue Nights was written by Joan Didion
Emily Dickinson wrote over 1700 poems. Some of these were revised versions of poems she was not satisfied with. Some of her works include "Heart, we will forget him!", "I'm Nobody! Who are You?", and "Wild Nights! Wild Nights!" It is hard to put a date on any one of her poems, because they were only found after her death,
1001 Arabian Nights is a collection of stories that authors have gathered over time. There is no one author but there are a few named translators and editors. Captain Sir Richard F. Burton translated a large portion of 1001 Arabian Nights and Geraldine McCaughrean is a modern editor of the Oxford edition.