Archibald MacLeish

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Noun1.Archibald MacLeish - United States poet (1892-1982)
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The most provocative moment in the conclusion is the brief discussion of the 1940 public rumble between Archibald MacLeish and Hemingway in the pages of the New Republic and Life in which MacLeish accuses writers of the Great War disillusionment novels like Hemingway of "'hav[ing] done more to disarm democracy in the face of fascism than any other single influence'" (141).
The Department maintained permanent representation on the Roberts Commission, and Librarian of Congress Archibald MacLeish was the liaison with the Department until he became the first assistant secretary of State for Public and Cultural Relations (now Public Affairs) in December 1944.
As you leave these grounds, I ask you to reflect on the words of poet Archibald MacLeish, who lost a brother in World War I; words now forever inscribed on the Vietnam pavilion: 'We leave you our deaths.
His evidence for that assertion is a quote from a report by Roosevelt compatriot Librarian of Congress Archibald MacLeish, who reported that his study of public opinion showed that "the Four Freedoms .
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.
Justin Hart marshals a fascinating cast of characters Archibald MacLeish, Robert Sherwood, and William "Wild Bill" Donovan, to name a few--to tell the story of American wartime propaganda.
Bolano relates these influences through a series of dream journeys, in which he meets such writers as Vallejo, Borges, Boethius, Baudelaire, Sir James Barrie, Manuel Puig, Stendhal, Gabriela Mistral, Nicanor Parra, Walt Whitman, Archibald MacLeish, Carson McCullers, Ana'is Nin, and Philip K.
Examples of poems by Hugh MacDiarmid and Archibald MacLeish reveal two ways that the heretofore "low" form of broadside fixes material interest to poems that may not do much in their traditionally printed form to "exploit the white space of the page.
In the late 1930s, a group of writers associated with the journal Partisan Review viciously attacked the poetry, public profile, and political essays of Archibald MacLeish.
AoShortcut to HappinessAo, is based on the short story AoThe Devil and Daniel WebsterAo by Stephen Vincent Benet and the play AoScratchAo by Archibald MacLeish.
With one voice, the liberal establishment--Eleanor Roosevelt; former undersecretary of state, Sumner Welles; Archibald MacLeish, poet-laureate of the New Deal; and liberal attack-dogs Drew Pearson and Edward R.