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American Poets of the 20th Century (Cliffs Notes)

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        StatementCliffs Notes
        PublishersCliffs Notes
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        LC ClassificationsFebruary 18, 2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 120 p. :
        Number of Pages76
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100764585347
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Richard Wilbur (1921

1832—1888American novelist, playwright and poet• born 1977Indian poet, fiction writer and journalist• The authors of the group believed that poets are like painters; what the painters can do with brush and dye, poets can do it with language i. In 1994, she produced "The Flood," a mythic prose poem that links her coming of age to the "watermonster, the snake who lived at the bottom of the lake.Indian poet and saint• In technically powerful lines enlivened with similes, the poet summarizes America's downhill slide.

1861—1907English novelist, poet, essayist and critic• What role do these cities play in the work? tone the author's attitude toward a work and its audience — for example, cynical, earnest, or objective. born 1941English poet, botanist, and rock climber•