4 edition of American Poets of the 20th Century (Cliffs Notes) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||February 18, 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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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•
1693—1756 , English novelist, playwright, essayist, poet and translator• 1935—1967 , Iranian poet and film director• Wright: "Abide, abide and carry on.
born 1934 , African American poet• 1892—1950 , American lyrical poet, playwright and feminist• 510 BCE , Greek poet• 1915—1973 , Austrian poet and novelist• born 1956 , Australian poet• 1924—1942 , Romanian-born German poet• Journal of Modern Literature, 32 2 , pp.
At the age of 68, Horton relocated to where he published his poems in various publications.