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United States poet (1892-1982)

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A graduate of Harvard Law School, MacLeish had worked as an attorney for a short period and then, in the 1920s, headed to Paris, where he became an expatriate poet.
As he shifted into the role of public man of letters, MacLeish celebrated a brand of public, engaged writing that he coded in specifically masculine terms.
I had been unable to figure out why MacLeish had accepted me.
Speaking in 1939, MacLeish introduced the role of "libraries in the contemporary crisis.
MacLeish brought with him to OFF a number of talented writers who were committed to his truthful philosophy.
A selection of offences from the magistrates' courts Laura Macleish, 28, of Fawdon Lane, Fawdon Pleaded guilty to falsifying computer records of accounts at the Thistle Hotel in Newcastle and stealing PS3,159.
As MacLeish recalled in an interview published in Nieman Reports long after his one-year term as curator, many Harvard professors initially were reluctant to let hard-bitten, world-weary journalists into their classes.
The poet Archibald MacLeish, who considered Pound "a very silly man who had some remarkable gifts," succeeded in getting him released in 1958.
MacLeish (author); MAKING WAR AT FORT HOOD; Princeton University Press (Nonfiction: History) 29.
Acheson, that brilliant strategist and close friend of Archibald MacLeish, criticized advocates of "massive retaliation" in the 1950s.
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.
One night in the 1930s Archibald MacLeish was reading his poetry at the Bread Loaf Conference in Middlebury, Vermont.
Archibald MacLeish, The New Morning, and Providing the Light of Perspective IV.
En unas pocas paginas tambien puede encontrarsele considerando las observaciones literarias de autores tan dispares como Santayana, Mauriac, MacLeish, Flannery O'Connor, Pascal y su amado Kierkegaard.
Within a few pages one may also find him drawing upon the literary observations of authors as diverse as those of Santayana, Mauriac, MacLeish, Flannery O'Conner, Pascal, and his beloved Kierkegaard.