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- Phillis Wheatley is the first poet to be addressed in our study of African-American Poets.
- The Academy of American Poets: Learn more about Ezra Pound by visiting Web sites that explore his life and poetry.
- Urbana university of modern american poets award will be listed in anthology of massachusetts latin american poet press.
- Edward Taylor (1642-1729) was a colonial American poet, physician, and pastor.
- The best of the Puritan poets, Edward Taylor Taylor, Edward, c.1642–1729, American poet and clergyman, b.
- Some of the writers which recognized in this field were Anne Bradstreet, William Bradford, Edward Taylor and Micheal Wiggleworth.
- Vladimir Nabokov is one of the great twentieth-century writers.
- The one that stands out to me is "The Beautiful Quickness of a Street Boy," by Yusef Komunyakaa, a well-known African-American poet.
- A review of two recent books by Yusef Komunyakaa, Thieves of Paradise and Talking Dirty to the Gods (2001).
- 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.
- Edgar Allan Poe is a famous American poet who lived from 18091849.
- Edgar Allan Poe is a great American poet whose work is extraordinary.
- Edgar Allan Poe is a semi-frequent character in the webcomic Thinkin' Lincoln.
- Edgar Allan Poe is an author best known for his tragic poe try and heart-wrenching tales of mystery.
- Adrienne Rich is a teacher, activist and award-winning poet.
- Adrienne Rich was born in Baltimore in 1929.
- Alice Dunbar-Nelson was active in both organizations.
- Alice Fulton is the recipient of numerous awards and honors for her collections of poetry.
- Alice Walker was born in Eatonton, Georgia and now lives in San Francisco.
- Alice Walker was interviewed at her home in northern California by journalist Evelyn White.
- Allen Ginsberg is a poet of the late fifties.
- Allen Ginsberg is a stellar example of someone who could never have been poet laureate.
- Allen Ginsberg is a well-known literary descendent of Whitman.
- Allen Ginsberg is probably one of the best known contemporary poets in recent history.
- 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 published a critique of fascism in the 1936 The New Republic, to distance himself (and the other Agrarians) from Collins.
- After graduating from St. Mark's, he attended Harvard and later dropped out to study with Allen Tate, a poet of the Fugitive group.
- He was once said to have dangled his conservative Southern mentor Allen Tate out of a window during a manic phase.
- I finally got it signed by Allen, Amiri Baraka and myself, we were all in this issue.
- 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.
- Summary: In this program, Maya Angelou interviews poet, playwright, and political activist Amiri Baraka.
- Amy Lowell is known as a cigar-smoking Modernist poet.
- Amy Lowell was a little out of date Spire and Fort were getting us- in 1920 but at least she knew French poetry.
- Amy Lowell was a modernist American poet, who was part of a new generation of poets.
- Amy Lowell was born in 1874 at Sevenels, a ten-acre family estate in Brookline, Massachusetts.
- Amy Lowell was born to wealth and prominence.
- 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.
- Anne Bradstreet is a truly innovative writer who shows a merging of private life with religious life, but also includes a rebellious, inquiring spirit.
- Anne Bradstreet is the first American poet.
- Anne Bradstreet was a Puritan writer right around the same time as William Bradford.
- Anne Bradstreet was a Puritan, the daughter of Thomas Dudley, who would serve as a governor of Massachussetts Bay Colony.
- Anne Sexton is the modern model of the confessional poet, one perhaps begun by the publication of Heart's Needle, by W.D. Snodgrass.
- Anne Sexton was a stunningly beautiful woman, who, for a brief period had modeled for Boston's Hart Agency.
- A critical study of Bishop's work is Anne Stevenson's Elizabeth Bishop (1966).
- Rumours of Sylvia's later poverty have been disputed by latter books, particularly Anne Stevenson's Bitter Fame.
- Anne Waldman is one of the most interesting, vibrant and unpredictable members of the post-Beat poetry community.
- 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.
- Inscribed by the author to poet Anthony Hecht at the foot of the half-title.
- Long dust jacket comment by Anthony Hecht on the front flap.
- The antler was hollowed out at one end to create a socket for the axehead.
- Archibald MacLeish was a prolific Pulitzer prize-winning poet, professor, and political activist.
- Archibald MacLeish was an editor and writer at Fortune.
- For this unit, I have chosen to explore poetry selections of Arna Bontemps, Countee Cullen and Langston Hughes.
- 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.
- Hn american latin poet hayden, robert bly louise bogan arna bontemps kay boyle william.
- Audre Lorde was a poet of the city of her birth, New York, as well as of other urban landscapes.
- Audre Lorde was born in 1934 in New York to parents of West Indian heritage.
- Barbara Guest is the author of over twenty books of poetry and fiction.
- Billy Collins is a deeply humorous poet—a description that only begins to suggest the wide talent of his writing.
- Billy Collins: Like the three secrets to a successful business, the poem for me needs location, location, location.
- Billy Collins: The American poetry scene is very lively and has been over the last 20 years or so.
- In Bob Dylan 's song " Desolation Row ", Ezra Pound and Eliot fight in the captain's tower.
- 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.
- Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet.
- Bob Kaufman was born on this date in 1925.
- The California Poet Laureate is a state poet laureate for the U.S. state of California.
- After his 1941 Selected Poems, Carl Rakosi abandoned poetry and dedicated himself to social work for 26 years.
- Another young American poet, Carl Rakosi, started corresponding with Pound around this time, and the older poet again put him in contact with Zukofsky.
- Carl Rakosi ( November 6, 1903 – June 24, 2004) was the last surviving member of the Objectivist poets.
- Carl Sandburg was unique compare to many other poets.
- Charles Bukowski is a Western writer not by choice but by circumstance.
- He has edited the poetic works of Charles Olson, and collections of Robert Burns and Walt Whitman.
- Ginsberg focuses on his own prosody, as well as those of Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, and Charles Olson.
- Charles Olson taught at the University at Buffalo from 1963-1965.
- Charles Reznikoff was born at the end of the Nineteenth Century in New York City to immigrant Jewish parents.
- Conrad Aiken is awarded the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for his collection Selected Poems.
- Ushant is also the title of the autobiography of the American poet and novelist Conrad Aiken , published in 1952 .
- Contains two poems by Wallace Stevens, as well as Conrad Aiken, Lawrence Durrell, and others.
- Countee Cullen was a poet, novelist, playwright, and translator.
- Countee Cullen was another significant poet of the Harlem Renaissance.
- Countee Cullen was born in New York City and reared by a Methodist minister who gave him the name Cullen.
- Countee Cullen was raised and educated in a primarily white community.
- Countee Cullen was very secretive about his life.
- Dana Gioia is a poet and critic who lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.
- Dana Gioia is a poet and critic.
- Dana Gioia is a poet who grew up in Hawthorne.
- Dana Gioia is a poet, critic, and teacher.
- Dana Gioia is the most off beat agency chairman in the federal government.
- This situation applies as equally to older academic poets like John Hollander or Daniel Hoffman as its does to younger poets of every school.
- Daniel Hoffman's Paul Bunyan shows that the hero's origins are more surprising still.
- An award-winning poet, translator, and literary critic, Daniel Hoffman has published more than ten books of poetry.
- These tapes were later to influence the talk-poems of David Antin, one of the key developments in the emergence of performance poetry.
- David Antin, who heard some of Corman's tapes, took the process one step further.
- In 1997, Denise Levertov died at the age of 74, from complications due to lymphoma.
- Denise Levertov wrote many poems with religious themes throughout her career.
- Writers of "perceptual verse" such as Charles Olson , Robert Creeley , Denise Levertov , and Robert Duncan became widely recognized during the 1960s.
- The most eloquent exponent of the Agrarian philosophy eventually proved to be Ransom's student and Donald Davidson's friend, Richard M. Weaver.
- At Vanderbilt, Ransom was a founding member of the Fugitives, a literary group that included Donald Davidson, Allen Tate, and Robert Penn Warren.
- At Vanderbilt University he studied under Agrarian poet and critic Donald Davidson, who encouraged Dickey's sensitivity to his southern heritage.
- 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.
- Donald Hall was the first poetry editor of the Paris Review and has served as the New Hampshire Poet Laureate.
- DONALD Justice was a finalist for the 1995 National Book Award in poetry for his New and Selected Poems.
- -One Perfect Rose - written by Dorothy Parker, is short but unique poem.
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- Dudley was Bradstreet's father.
- A collection of poetry published by Dudley Randall-s press.
- Dudley Randall (1914 - 2000) was an African-American poet and poetry publisher from Detroit, Michigan.
- Privilege of being black by berryman of poetry by dudley randall dudley, comp.
- Dugan was also fond of using lots of invective, vulgar slang, and scatological terms to achieve his effects.
- Dugan was different, and it's difficult to compare him to any other poet, although he created a significant number of poems.
- Dugan was largely well received as a contemporary American poet.
- Because Harriet Monroe showcased him with two other Illinois poets --- Carl Sandburg and Edgar Lee Masters --- his name became linked to theirs.
- The surrounding region soon became prominent as the home of three poets: Vachel Lindsay, Carl Sandburg, and Edgar Lee Masters.
* Edmund Wilson
* Edward Dorn
* Edwin Arlington Robinson
* Edwin Denby
* Edwin Markham
* Elizabeth Bishop
* Eli Siegel
* Emily Dickinson
* Emma Lazarus
* Ezra Pound
* Fanny Howe
* Frank Bidart
* Gary Snyder
* George Oppen
* George Starbuck
* Gerald Stern
* Gertrude Stein
* Gregory Corso
* Gwendolyn Brooks
* Hart Crane
* Henry Rollins
* Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
* Herman Melville
* Howard Nemerov
* Jackson Mac Low
* Jack Buck
* Jack Kerouac
* Jack Prelutsky
* Jack Spicer
* James Dickey
* James Laughlin
* James Merrill
* James Russell Lowell
* James Wright
* Jayne Cortez
* Jean Garrigue
* Jerome Rothenberg
* Jessica Nelson North
* Jim Daniels
* John Ashbery
* John Berryman
* John Ciardi
* John Frederick Nims
* John Gould Fletcher
* John Wieners
* Joseph Rodman Drake
* Joshua Beckman
* June Jordan
* Kenneth Patchen
* Kenneth Rexroth
* Kevin Powell
* Langston Hughes
* Larry Levis
* Laura Riding
* Lawrence Ferlinghetti
* Lawrence Joseph
* Li-Young Lee
* Linda Gregerson
* Lorine Niedecker
* Louise Bogan
* Louis Untermeyer
* Louis Zukofsky
* Lucille Clifton
* Marianne Moore
* Matthew Rohrer
* Mattie Stepanek
* Maxwell Bodenheim
* Maya Angelou
* Michael Mcclure
* Michael Palmer
* Mina Loy
* Morris Stegosaurus
* Naomi Shihab Nye
* Nick Flynn
* Nikki Giovanni
* Norman Dubie
* Ogden Nash
* Owen Dodson
* Paul Blackburn
* Paul Laurence Dunbar
* Philip Appleman
* Philip Levine
* Phillis Wheatley
* Poets Laureate
* Ralph Waldo Emerson
* Randall Jarrell
* Raymond Carver
* Richard Brautigan
* Richard Howard
* Richard Hugo
* Richard Wilbur
* Richard Wright
* Rita Dove
* Rita Mae Brown
* Robert Bly
* Robert Creeley
* Robert Duncan
* Robert Frost
* Robert Hass
* Robert Hayden
* Robert Hillyer
* Robert Kelly
* Robert Lowell
* Robert Penn Warren
* Robinson Jeffers
* Ron Silliman
* Rosmarie Waldrop
* Sara Teasdale
* Saul Williams
* Sherman Alexie
* Stanley Kunitz
* Stan Rice
* Stephen Dobyns
* Susan Howe
* Sylvia Plath
* Ted Joans
* Ted Kooser
* Theodore Roethke
* Thylias Moss
* Tina Darragh
* Vachel Lindsay
* Viggo Mortensen
* Wallace Stevens
* Walt Whitman
* Weldon Kees
* Wendell Berry
* William Carlos Williams
* William Cullen Bryant
* William Everson
* William Stafford
* William Vaughn Moody
* Witter Bynner
* Yvor Winters
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