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Who is Alfred Kreymborg?
Alfred Kreymborg: Alfred Francis Kreymborg was an American poet, novelist, playwright, literary editor and anthologist.
- born on (132 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- died on (49 years ago)
- written works: "Body and stone", "An anthology of American poetry", "Blood of things", "A history of American poetry", "Funnybone Alley", "Erna Vitek", "Man and shadow", "Mushrooms", "The lost sail", "No more war", "Plays for merry Andrews", "Plays for poem-mimes", "Poetic drama", "Puppet plays", "Scarlet and Mellow", "The selected poems, 1912-1944", "Ten American ballads", "Troubadour", "The Planets: A Modern Allegory"
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by Joan M. Marter
Margaret Anderson, Wallace Stevens, Alfred Kreymborg and Elsa Freytag- Loringhoven and the painters Joseph Stella, Morton Livingston Schamberg and Man Ray. Other exiles followed, notably Jean Crotti, Albert Gleizes and the composer ...
by Anthony Slide
First used in 1912, the phrase was applied to Alfred Kreymborg, Carl Sandburg, Amy Lowell, and, of course, Lindsay himself ...
by M.C. Rintoul
BRANDER OGDEN PETER VERE ST Vrrus MARTA WULLUS William Carlos Williams Florence Williams Alfred Kreymborg Lola Ridge Kenneth Burke Marsden Hartley Robert McAlmon Edna St Vincent Millay Marianne Moore MACAULAY, ...
The Nineteenth Century by Eric L. Haralson
Louis Untermeyer pronounced it a "poor piece of rhetoric" with a "trumped up" voluptuousness; Alfred Kreymborg claimed to hear in it "the sigh of a shop girl." However, the stanzas still convey a vivid psychological tale with a certain metrical ...
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