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 (sănd′bûrg′, săn′-), Carl August 1878-1967.
American writer known for his free verse poems celebrating American people, geography, and industry and for his six-volume biography Abraham Lincoln (1926-1939). His collections of poetry include Smoke and Steel (1920).


(ˈsændbɜːɡ; ˈsænbɜːɡ)
(Biography) Carl. 1878–1967, US writer, noted esp for his poetry, often written in free verse


(ˈsænd bɜrg, ˈsæn-)

Carl, 1878–1967, U.S. poet and biographer.
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Noun1.Sandburg - United States writer remembered for his poetry in free verse and his six volume biography of Abraham Lincoln (1878-1967)Sandburg - United States writer remembered for his poetry in free verse and his six volume biography of Abraham Lincoln (1878-1967)
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Although he was influenced by many poets, Whitman, Dickinson, Poe, Mallarme, and others, Sandburg never traveled in any elite writer's cliques.
The lumberjack is the subject of poems by the Americans Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, and Richard Wilbur and of an operetta by the Anglo-American poet W.
The liberal Daily News, by commissioning Sandburg, attempted to speak for the assured political and cultural leadership of a white post-immigrant community.
His other works include The World of Carl Sandburg (1961), Overkill and Megalove (1963), Prayer for the 70s (1969), and Holes in a Stained Glass Window (1978).
The challenge had 1,115 metropolitan Chicago schools participating and the other top schools were Park View in Morton Grove and Carl Sandburg Junior High in Rolling Meadows.
Notes: A Pre-Bid Conference will be scheduled on April 28, 2016 at 11:00 AM in the Board Meeting Room (E-200) of Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg, Illinois.
In an opening note, Burlingame compares himself to previous Lincoln biographer Carl Sandburg, underscoring his scholarly agenda as opposed to Sandburg's aesthetic one.
The May 22 program may include a 1933 Martin once owned by poet Carl Sandburg, a 1933 rosewood Regal, a 1937 Gibson archtop and a 1938 Bacon & Day auditorium.
Three faculty members from Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Ill.
Drawing often from Herndon and Sandburg for warm, personal incidents, especially of Lincoln's family life, Marrin also relies on a wide range of well-researched sources for his text.
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