Allen Tate


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United States poet and critic (1899-1979)

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TIGHT BAND: San Fermin are made up of Ellis Ludwig-Leone, Allen Tate, Charlene Kaye, Rebekah Durham, John Brandon, Stephen Chen, Tyler McDiarmid and Mike Hanf
The Southern Renaissance was in some senses introduced by writers such as William Faulkner, Caroline Gordon, Elizabeth Madox Roberts, Katherine Anne Porter, and Tennessee Williams, but it became focused in Nashville and Vanderbilt University, where prominent academics or former students such Robert Penn Warren, Donald Davidson, Allen Tate and John Crowe Ransom were at work.
Nor, needless to say, did the troublesome Allen Tate.
Before they took up the mantle of Agrarianism, John Crowe Ransom, Donald Davidson, and Allen Tate were Fugitive poets who scorned both the romanticism of the Lost Cause and the pragmatism of the New South creed.
To students of the history of ideas, to aficionados of (Post-)Modernism, of the American South, and of Allen Tate in particular, the present study is a treat and a gift.
Eliot, Dom Bede Griffiths, Nicholas Berdyaev, Thomas Merton, Allen Tate, and Russell Kirk.
He sent his stuff, at various stages, to a regular team of readers whose commentary he relied on: Brainard Cheney, Donald Davidson, Robert Lowell, Andrew Lytle, William Van O'Connor, John Crowe Ransom, Max Shulman, and poet/ critic Allen Tate, the most severe of them all.
Powers, the poetry of Allen Tate and Robert Lowell, the graphic art of Sister Corita Kent?
Crane's body of work was spare--he published only two collections of poetry before taking his own life at the age of 32--but by the time of his death his poems had earned the admiration of Allen Tate and Edmund Wilson, among others; and his reputation and influence have only grown in the decades since his death.
Carl Sandburg speaks authoritatively here, along with Allen Tate, Charles Fishman, W.
Allen Tate retained a nostalgia for the restoration of what he contended was a faith-driven feudalism as the true source of Southern distinctiveness.
In response to the second suggestion, that formal verse cannot contain modern thought and feeling, Allen Tate writes:
Donoghue takes as his theme the plight of the literary imagination after the collapse of myth--the very problem that nagged the principal architects of high modernism: Yeats, Eliot, John Crowe Ransom, and Allen Tate among others.
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He is author of Allen Tate and the Catholic Revival: Trace of the Fugitive Gods (Paulist Press, 1996).