Archibald MacLeish: an American life
The definitive biography of America's most eminent poet-statesman. Born in 1892, MacLeish grew up to become not only a highly regarded poet but one of the most dedicated public servants of his time. MacLeish later taught at Harvard, where he trained writers such as Donald Hall, Robert Bly, and Elizabeth Marshall Thomas. Photographs.
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This exhaustive, sympathetic biography helps explain why MacLeish, one of the best-known and respected American poets in the 1930s to the 1950s, is all but forgotten today. Raised to value a life of ... Read full review
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