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Undercliff: Poems, The avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World: poems [Galway Kinnell; Houghton Mifflin Company,] -- A collection of all the poems from three books: First poems, ; What a kingdom it was; Flower herding on Mount Monadnock.
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Page (Mrs. W.A. Irwin) was born in England and brought up on the Canadian prairies. She was out of the country for many years with her diplomat-husband, Arthur Irwin, and now lives in Victoria, British Columbia. She is the author of more than a dozen books of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, including three books for children.
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Eliot and Stephen Spender took notice of Thomas when he published some of his poems in the BBC journal The Listener in While he became known in literary circles in London, he remained a relatively obscure figure to the public.
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Howard Moss was the poetry editor of the New Yorker for almost forty years. In that influential capacity, this quiet, unassuming man was one of the key figures in American letters in the late twentieth century, boosting the careers of many young poets by publishing their work in one of the few mass circulation magazines which bought poetry and paid well for it.
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After her release from a forced labor camp inshe was close to Pasternak until the time of his death. Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (), Nobel Prize in Literature inafter his novel Doctor Zhivago was published outside Russia due to a government ban.
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[mostly New York], (Numbers cited are from the Bibliography of t. Late in a tiny volume of my poems appeared in print, followed by other small publications that remained equally unnoticed, until in the novel Peter Camenzind, written in Basle and set in Switzerland, had a quick success.
I gave up selling books, married a woman from Basle, the mother of my sons, and moved to the country. Lots of first person poems, where the first person moves from entity to entity.
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