Allen Tate

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Noun1.Allen Tate - United States poet and critic (1899-1979)
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Brown (1981), Stanley Kunitz (1980), Hayden Carruth (1979), Allen Tate (1978), Philip Levine (1977), Denise Levertov (1976) and Cid Corman (1975).
The group, led by the poet and critic Ransom, John Crowe, published a bimonthly magazine, The Fugitive (1922-25), edited by poet Allen Tate. Other important members of the group were Donald Davidson and Robert Penn Warren.
The poet and critic Allen Tate once began to write a biography of Robert E.
<IR> ALLEN TATE </IR> and <IR> ROBERT PENN WARREN </IR> began as their students.
Yet this list is woefully incomplete without mention of the American Southerners who played such a prominent role in the ascendency of the New Criticism, including Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, John Crowe Ransom, Donald Davidson, and Cleanth Brooks.
Charlotte, NC, March 31, 2011 --( Studiobanks, a digital agency specializing in online marketing and web development, recently designed new websites for Allen Tate Company's homeownership services, insurance and mortgage divisions.
IN A FOLDER OF CORRESPONDENCE IN THE MANUSCRIPTS DIVISION OF Princeton's Firestone Library is a handwritten letter dated January 1967 to Allen Tate from a young man named James Oliver Tate, apparently no relation.
For example, he delights in writing iambic trimeter -- a metrical form favored by Yeats, Allen Tate, and Anthony Hecht, among others -- and a few poems in that meter turn up in the earliest section of the new Collected Poems.
Regularly salting his letters with levity as well as curt judgments, Winters maintained robust exchanges with Allen Tate, Lincoln Kirstein, Hart Crane, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound, Harriet Monroe, R.
But, on the other hand, and perhaps a bit less overtly, Kreyling's progression is based on a systematic critique of representative individuals who exerted or continue to exert some of the most powerful influences in the process of codifying and legitimizing southern literary studies: the Agrarians of I'll Take My Stand, represented by Donald Davidson, Allen Tate, and Robert Penn Warren; Richard Weaver; Louis D.
Born in Kentucky and educated at Bethany College, Gordon married <IR> ALLEN TATE </IR> in 1924.
Eliot, Ezra Pound, Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, Yvor Winters, Cleanth Brooks, Wimsatt and Beardsley, Kenneth Burke, and Robert Penn Warren.