Edgar Lee Masters

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Noun1.Edgar Lee Masters - United States poet (1869-1950)Edgar Lee Masters - United States poet (1869-1950)  
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The work of Edgar Lee Masters, along with that of Illinois poets and storytellers Carl Sandburg and Vachel Lindsay, is featured in a one-man show called "Prairie Voices," a collection of poems and songs that celebrate the beauty of the Illinois prairie and its people.
Her topics include Harriet Monroe and Chicago, Edgar Lee Masters' critique of Chicago, Elia Peattie and Willa Cather's embrace of the modern, making good modernism out of bad business, Wild Palms and the historical exchange between Chicago and the South, and Chicago plots: Among the Ash Heaps and the Millionaires.
The Facebook page for the Shreve Memorial Library shared on Tuesday that a patron returned a copy of 'Spoon River Anthology' by Edgar Lee Masters a day before.
Edgar Lee Masters and Robert Frost represent a different poetic tradition with which Middleton's verse also has deep affinity.
Her topics include art as an instrument for acquiring knowledge, aesthetics in the context of new media art and knowledge visualization, art and design criticism in art production and instruction, taking inspiration from astronomy for visual and verbal projects, energy and environment, acceleration, mathematics related visual events, poem illustration for the Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters, the history of love, ways to entertain with the use of computing technologies, challenges in game design, and metaphorical portraits.
poetry from Walt Whitman to the Bronx, by way of Edgar Lee Masters. In Espada's own poems, we hear the voices of immigrants, tenants terrorized by their landlords, and the lawyers seeking to help them.
SPOOKY THE Spoon River Anthology was published in 1915 by an American lawyer turned poet, Edgar Lee Masters. It includes first-person epitaphs by more than 200 deceased citizens of the fictional town of Spoon River, Illinois.
Edgar Lee Masters, a lawyer by profession, established himself as a major American poet with the publication in 1915 of "Spoon River Anthology," based on his youthful experiences in Illinois.
IN 1931, sixteen years after publishing his classic collection of American poetry, Spoon River Anthology, and in the early stages of the Great Depression, Edgar Lee Masters wrote a biography, Lincoln: The Man.
Referring in his foreword to William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and Edgar Lee Masters' s Spoon River Anthology, Winter contends that the case was so riveting because of the variety and subjectivity--even unreliability--of the multitude of voices offering perspectives on what happened: suspects, witnesses, police inspectors, forensic experts, lawyers, the victim's daughter, and even the victim herself.
After the suicide of his friend, the poet George Sterling, Jeffers wrote to their mutual acquaintance, Edgar Lee Masters: "I'm as sorry as you are that he chose the artificial way of departure.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Lee Masters, Clifford Odets, Hamilton Basso, Sherwood Anderson, Paul Green, and Olive Tilford Dargan.