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  1. Harold Hart Crane was an American poet. Finding both inspiration and provocation in the poetry of T.S. Eliot, Crane wrote modernist poetry that is difficult, highly stylized, and very ambitious in its scope. In his most ambitious work, The Bridge, Crane sought to write an epic poem in the vein of The Waste Land that expressed something more sincere and optimistic than the.
  2. May 03,  · I first learned about Gascoigne and his best-known poem, "The Lullaby of a Lover," from my crusty, passionate, and dictatorial teacher Yvor psychedelic.barnmezigrelvigor.infoinfo a chuckle, Winters first read .
  3. Whether he is painstakingly and painfully trying to clear or improve the air between himself and his divorced parents, or defending himself to Yvor Winters after Winters’s devastating review of his second book, The Bridge, Crane writes with scrupulousness, tact, and ironic humor.
  4. The Selected Letters of Yvor Winters. By Yvor Winters The Selected Letters of Yvor Winters offers that unique glimpse of a writer of stature in private conversation with his peers. Yvor Winters () was a poet, critic, and Stanford University professor of .
  5. A marker on his father's tombstone in Garrettsville includes the inscription, "Harold Hart Crane – lost at sea". Poetics Crane's critical effort, like Keats and Rilke, is most pronounced in his letters: he corresponded regularly with Allen Tate, Yvor Winters, and Gorham Munson, and shared critical dialogues with Eugene O'Neill.
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  7. Yvor Winters Centenary Symposium to be held Nov. opening event of the Yvor Winters Centenary Symposium to read selections of his poetry, as well as their own.
  8. Works Start Your Hour Free Trial Arthur Yvor Winters spent his earliest years in Chicago and in Eagle Rock (a district of Los Angeles), California. a time when his own study of poetry.

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