Archibald MacLeish

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United States poet (1892-1982)


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When he returned home to Woodstock, he found a letter, an invitation, waiting for him from the poet Archibald MacLeish.
In the years just before the United States entered the Second World War, a group of literary critics surrounding the magazine Partisan Review released a tremendous barrage of invective against Archibald MacLeish.
In the run up to World War II and during the conflict, the Communists made up the left wing of the Rooseveltian revolutionaries, who sought, as Archibald MacLeish put it, to "remake America," a task quite suited to the Communists' taste.
John Gogarty, Archibald MacLeish, Harriet Monroe, and Ezra Pound; publishers Henry Regnery and Max Schuster; social activists Jane Addams and Eleanor Roosevelt; clerics Bishop Bernard J.
An American Literature scholar, she was instrumental in the founding of the Archibald MacLeish collection at GCC and the subsequent formation of the Friends of the MacLeish Collection, for which she served on the Executive Committee until her death.
The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) had begun its own discussions and established a Committee for the Protection of European Cultural Material in January 1943; led by William Bell Dinsmoor, director of the Archaeological Institute of America, its membership included Archibald MacLeish, then Librarian of Congress, and Solon Buck, archivist of the United States.
Authors range from Shakespeare to Japanese haiku masters to Dylan Thomas, Margaret Atwood, Philip Larkin, William Carlos Williams, Archibald MacLeish, Billy Collins, Robert Creeley, Robert Lowell, Adrian Mitchell, and Seamus Heaney.
He studied with the likes of Archibald MacLeish and I.
Following the famous edict of Archibald MacLeish that "A poem should not mean / But be," Alexander understands that great poetry can't help but comment on the nature of the creative enterprise itself.
The law is crowded--interesting--and full of despair," wrote Archibald MacLeish to his parents after a few disappointing years as a lawyer.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound and Archibald MacLeish, all part of the group we call expatriates, those writers and artists who in the 1920s and '30s left America in search of the ephemeral muse and the passion for a city we call Paris but, in reality, we call ourselves.
Give them their meaning,' the words of US poet Archibald MacLeish.
Among the revellers at this extraordinary banquet to beat all banquets, were the photographer Man Ray, Cole Porter and George Gershwin (thought to be too popular in terms of his music by the French musical elite), Archibald MacLeish and Jean Cocteau.
Larry Lane's interests, as shown in his many articles and books, were similarly broad, from Beowulf (Esc #22) to Huckleberry Finn and Archibald MacLeish.
But by the time the later edition (the one that is always reproduced, including in this article) came out, my story was moved inside the paper, and a poem by Archibald MacLeish, "Voyage to the Moon," had taken its place on Page One.