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American Poets

  1. Phillis Wheatley is the first poet to be addressed in our study of African-American Poets. (Web site)
  2. The Academy of American Poets: Learn more about Ezra Pound by visiting Web sites that explore his life and poetry.
  3. Urbana university of modern american poets award will be listed in anthology of massachusetts latin american poet press.

Edward Taylor

  1. Edward Taylor (1642-1729) was a colonial American poet, physician, and pastor.
  2. The best of the Puritan poets, Edward Taylor Taylor, Edward, c.1642–1729, American poet and clergyman, b. (Web site)
  3. Some of the writers which recognized in this field were Anne Bradstreet, William Bradford, Edward Taylor and Micheal Wiggleworth.

Vladimir Nabokov

  1. Vladimir Nabokov is one of the great twentieth-century writers. (Web site)

Yusef Komunyakaa

  1. The one that stands out to me is "The Beautiful Quickness of a Street Boy," by Yusef Komunyakaa, a well-known African-American poet.
  2. A review of two recent books by Yusef Komunyakaa, Thieves of Paradise and Talking Dirty to the Gods (2001). (Web site)

Edgar Allan Poe

  1. Edgar Allan Poe is a man who is considered to be a true American genius of our time, and by many, the personification of death.
  2. Edgar Allan Poe is a famous American poet who lived from 18091849. (Web site)
  3. Edgar Allan Poe is a great American poet whose work is extraordinary.
  4. Edgar Allan Poe is a semi-frequent character in the webcomic Thinkin' Lincoln.
  5. Edgar Allan Poe is an author best known for his tragic poe try and heart-wrenching tales of mystery.

Adrienne Rich

  1. Adrienne Rich is a teacher, activist and award-winning poet. (Web site)
  2. Adrienne Rich was born in Baltimore in 1929. (Web site)

Alice Dunbar-Nelson

  1. Alice Dunbar-Nelson was active in both organizations. (Web site)

Alice Fulton

  1. Alice Fulton is the recipient of numerous awards and honors for her collections of poetry. (Web site)

Alice Walker

  1. Alice Walker was born in Eatonton, Georgia and now lives in San Francisco. (Web site)
  2. Alice Walker was interviewed at her home in northern California by journalist Evelyn White.

Allen Ginsberg

  1. Allen Ginsberg is a poet of the late fifties. (Web site)
  2. Allen Ginsberg is a stellar example of someone who could never have been poet laureate. (Web site)
  3. Allen Ginsberg is a well-known literary descendent of Whitman. (Web site)
  4. Allen Ginsberg is probably one of the best known contemporary poets in recent history.
  5. Allen Ginsberg is the greatest American poet of the Beat Generation and one of the most esteemed American writers of the 20th century.

Allen Tate

  1. Allen Tate published a critique of fascism in the 1936 The New Republic, to distance himself (and the other Agrarians) from Collins. (Web site)
  2. After graduating from St. Mark's, he attended Harvard and later dropped out to study with Allen Tate, a poet of the Fugitive group.
  3. He was once said to have dangled his conservative Southern mentor Allen Tate out of a window during a manic phase.

Amiri Baraka

  1. I finally got it signed by Allen, Amiri Baraka and myself, we were all in this issue. (Web site)
  2. This was a press run by LeRoi Jones, later to be known as Amiri Baraka, the black poet, theatre writer, revolutionary polemicist, and political activist.
  3. Summary: In this program, Maya Angelou interviews poet, playwright, and political activist Amiri Baraka.

Amy Lowell

  1. Amy Lowell is known as a cigar-smoking Modernist poet. (Web site)
  2. Amy Lowell was a little out of date — Spire and Fort were getting us- in 1920 — but at least she knew French poetry. (Web site)
  3. Amy Lowell was a modernist American poet, who was part of a new generation of poets.
  4. Amy Lowell was born in 1874 at Sevenels, a ten-acre family estate in Brookline, Massachusetts.
  5. Amy Lowell was born to wealth and prominence. (Web site)

Anne Bradstreet

  1. Anne Bradstreet is a poet for the times and, thus, can be approached in numerous aspects with a diversity that appeals to a vast audience.
  2. Anne Bradstreet is a truly innovative writer who shows a merging of private life with religious life, but also includes a rebellious, inquiring spirit.
  3. Anne Bradstreet is the first American poet.
  4. Anne Bradstreet was a Puritan writer right around the same time as William Bradford.
  5. Anne Bradstreet was a Puritan, the daughter of Thomas Dudley, who would serve as a governor of Massachussetts Bay Colony.

Anne Sexton

  1. Anne Sexton is the modern model of the confessional poet, one perhaps begun by the publication of Heart's Needle, by W.D. Snodgrass.
  2. Anne Sexton was a stunningly beautiful woman, who, for a brief period had modeled for Boston's Hart Agency.

Anne Stevenson

  1. A critical study of Bishop's work is Anne Stevenson's Elizabeth Bishop (1966). (Web site)
  2. Rumours of Sylvia's later poverty have been disputed by latter books, particularly Anne Stevenson's Bitter Fame.

Anne Waldman

  1. Anne Waldman is one of the most interesting, vibrant and unpredictable members of the post-Beat poetry community.
  2. Anne Waldman is the vessel of a different voice — a poet who works her way into Art as a way of finding a public voice. (Web site)

Anthony Hecht

  1. Inscribed by the author to poet Anthony Hecht at the foot of the half-title. (Web site)
  2. Long dust jacket comment by Anthony Hecht on the front flap. (Web site)


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Archibald Macleish

  1. Archibald MacLeish was a prolific Pulitzer prize-winning poet, professor, and political activist. (Web site)
  2. Archibald MacLeish was an editor and writer at Fortune. (Web site)

Arna Bontemps

  1. For this unit, I have chosen to explore poetry selections of Arna Bontemps, Countee Cullen and Langston Hughes. (Web site)
  2. In that limited and almost barren field known as the Negro novel, Arna Bontemps's Black Thunder fills a yawning gap and fills it competently. (Web site)
  3. Hn american latin poet hayden, robert bly louise bogan arna bontemps kay boyle william.

Audre Lorde

  1. Audre Lorde was a poet of the city of her birth, New York, as well as of other urban landscapes.
  2. Audre Lorde was born in 1934 in New York to parents of West Indian heritage.

Barbara Guest

  1. Barbara Guest is the author of over twenty books of poetry and fiction.

Billy Collins

  1. Billy Collins is a deeply humorous poet—a description that only begins to suggest the wide talent of his writing. (Web site)
  2. Billy Collins: Like the three secrets to a successful business, the poem for me needs location, location, location. (Web site)
  3. Billy Collins: The American poetry scene is very lively and has been over the last 20 years or so. (Web site)

Bob Dylan

  1. In Bob Dylan 's song " Desolation Row ", Ezra Pound and Eliot fight in the captain's tower.
  2. On the album Death of a Ladies' Man by Leonard Cohen, Ginsberg and Bob Dylan sing back-up on the song Don't Go Home with Your Hard-on.
  3. Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet.

Bob Kaufman

  1. Bob Kaufman was born on this date in 1925.

California Poet Laureate

  1. The California Poet Laureate is a state poet laureate for the U.S. state of California. (Web site)

Carl Rakosi

  1. After his 1941 Selected Poems, Carl Rakosi abandoned poetry and dedicated himself to social work for 26 years. (Web site)
  2. Another young American poet, Carl Rakosi, started corresponding with Pound around this time, and the older poet again put him in contact with Zukofsky. (Web site)
  3. Carl Rakosi ( November 6, 1903 – June 24, 2004) was the last surviving member of the Objectivist poets. (Web site)

Carl Sandburg

  1. Carl Sandburg was unique compare to many other poets. (Web site)

Charles Bukowski

  1. Charles Bukowski is a Western writer not by choice but by circumstance.

Charles Olson

  1. He has edited the poetic works of Charles Olson, and collections of Robert Burns and Walt Whitman. (Web site)
  2. Ginsberg focuses on his own prosody, as well as those of Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, and Charles Olson.
  3. Charles Olson taught at the University at Buffalo from 1963-1965.

Charles Reznikoff

  1. Charles Reznikoff was born at the end of the Nineteenth Century in New York City to immigrant Jewish parents.

Conrad Aiken

  1. Conrad Aiken is awarded the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for his collection Selected Poems. (Web site)
  2. Ushant is also the title of the autobiography of the American poet and novelist Conrad Aiken , published in 1952 .
  3. Contains two poems by Wallace Stevens, as well as Conrad Aiken, Lawrence Durrell, and others. (Web site)

Countee Cullen

  1. Countee Cullen was a poet, novelist, playwright, and translator. (Web site)
  2. Countee Cullen was another significant poet of the Harlem Renaissance. (Web site)
  3. Countee Cullen was born in New York City and reared by a Methodist minister who gave him the name Cullen. (Web site)
  4. Countee Cullen was raised and educated in a primarily white community.
  5. Countee Cullen was very secretive about his life. (Web site)

Dana Gioia

  1. Dana Gioia is a poet and critic who lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. (Web site)
  2. Dana Gioia is a poet and critic. (Web site)
  3. Dana Gioia is a poet who grew up in Hawthorne.
  4. Dana Gioia is a poet, critic, and teacher.
  5. Dana Gioia is the most off beat agency chairman in the federal government.

Daniel Hoffman

  1. This situation applies as equally to older academic poets like John Hollander or Daniel Hoffman as its does to younger poets of every school. (Web site)
  2. Daniel Hoffman's Paul Bunyan shows that the hero's origins are more surprising still.
  3. An award-winning poet, translator, and literary critic, Daniel Hoffman has published more than ten books of poetry.

David Antin

  1. These tapes were later to influence the talk-poems of David Antin, one of the key developments in the emergence of performance poetry. (Web site)
  2. David Antin, who heard some of Corman's tapes, took the process one step further.

Denise Levertov

  1. In 1997, Denise Levertov died at the age of 74, from complications due to lymphoma. (Web site)
  2. Denise Levertov wrote many poems with religious themes throughout her career. (Web site)
  3. Writers of "perceptual verse" such as Charles Olson , Robert Creeley , Denise Levertov , and Robert Duncan became widely recognized during the 1960s. (Web site)

Donald Davidson

  1. The most eloquent exponent of the Agrarian philosophy eventually proved to be Ransom's student and Donald Davidson's friend, Richard M. Weaver.
  2. At Vanderbilt, Ransom was a founding member of the Fugitives, a literary group that included Donald Davidson, Allen Tate, and Robert Penn Warren. (Web site)
  3. At Vanderbilt University he studied under Agrarian poet and critic Donald Davidson, who encouraged Dickey's sensitivity to his southern heritage.

Donald Hall

  1. Donald Hall is a New England institution, as native to New Hampshire as granite even though he was born in Connecticut and went to Harvard. (Web site)
  2. Donald Hall was the first poetry editor of the Paris Review and has served as the New Hampshire Poet Laureate. (Web site)

Donald Justice

  1. DONALD Justice was a finalist for the 1995 National Book Award in poetry for his New and Selected Poems.

Dorothy Parker

  1. -One Perfect Rose - written by Dorothy Parker, is short but unique poem. (Web site)
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  1. Dudley was Bradstreet's father.

Dudley Randall

  1. A collection of poetry published by Dudley Randall-s press.
  2. Dudley Randall (1914 - 2000) was an African-American poet and poetry publisher from Detroit, Michigan.
  3. Privilege of being black by berryman of poetry by dudley randall dudley, comp.


  1. Dugan was also fond of using lots of invective, vulgar slang, and scatological terms to achieve his effects. (Web site)
  2. Dugan was different, and it's difficult to compare him to any other poet, although he created a significant number of poems. (Web site)
  3. Dugan was largely well received as a contemporary American poet. (Web site)

Edgar Lee Masters

  1. Because Harriet Monroe showcased him with two other Illinois poets --- Carl Sandburg and Edgar Lee Masters --- his name became linked to theirs. (Web site)
  2. The surrounding region soon became prominent as the home of three poets: Vachel Lindsay, Carl Sandburg, and Edgar Lee Masters.

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