Carl Sandburg


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United States writer remembered for his poetry in free verse and his six volume biography of Abraham Lincoln (1878-1967)

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Where: Carl Sandburg Middle School, 8248 Fort Hunt Rd.
1878: American poet, historian, and folklorist Carl Sandburg, whose Abraham Lincoln: The War Years won the Pulitzer Prize for history in 1940, was born.
Penelope Niven has written biographies on American poet Carl Sandburg and photographer Edward Steichen.
Summary: "Sometime they'll give a war and nobody will come," the American poet Carl Sandburg wrote hopefully in 1936.
It's easy to overlook the small flat rock surrounded by woods at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site--264 acres of hills, ponds, woods, and pastures about 30 miles south of Asheville, North Carolina.
And in informal contexts, as Carl Sandburg said, Slang is a language that takes off its coat, spits on its hands, and goes to work.
Dylan takes words written by the poets Carl Sandburg and Archibald MacLeish in "The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg" and conflates them, cobbling them together into something presented as a discussion Mr.
Yet some journalists during that fateful summer got the story right, including the poet and reporter Carl Sandburg.
Included in the anthology are poems, organized around themes, by Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, Judith Viorst, Carl Sandburg, and over 40 other poets.
Photographer Len Steckler shot the black-and-white images of Monroe when she unexpectedly arrived at his apartment in December, 1961, to visit his friend, Pulitzer-prize winning poet Carl Sandburg.
Among his many honors were fellowships from the Bollingen Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, the Lenore Marshall Award, the Paterson Poetry Prize, the Vermont Governor's Medal, the Carl Sandburg Award, the Whiting Award, and the Ruth Lilly Prize.
THERE have been many words of wisdom written about the art of poetry - Edgar Allen Poe described it as "the rhythmical creation of beauty in words" while Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Sandburg said it is "the synthesis of hyacinths and biscuits".
For their research, the experts studied correspondence that dated as far back as 1574 for philosopher Sir Francis Bacon and as recently, in the case of writer Carl Sandburg, as 1966.