Edwin Arlington Robinson


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Noun1.Edwin Arlington Robinson - United States poetEdwin Arlington Robinson - United States poet; author of narrative verse (1869-1935)
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The poet Edwin Arlington Robinson once said that there are no adjectives in God's vocabulary.
At the rear of the property is a charming carriage house built in the early 1900s by painter, gallerist, and arts patron Clara Davidge as a writing space for poet Edwin Arlington Robinson.
The first, about the initial refusal of Edwin Arlington Robinson's executors to allow access to his more personal papers, illustrates an essential element of a successful biography outside the scholar's control: "coming along at the right time"--when materials are available but not yet plundered (172).
(2) EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON, RICHARD CORY (Magill's Survey of American Literature Revised Edition, William Sheick ed., Salem Press 2007) (1897).
Every semester, on the first day of the poetry courses I teach, I hold up Lilla Cabot Perry's portrait of Edwin Arlington Robinson and tell the students an only slightly embellished anecdote.
Between 1919 and 1931, when he was the most popular serious poet in the United States, Edwin Arlington Robinson wrote six narrative poems based on stories in the Bible.
George Sylvester Viereck, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Aleister Crowley, John Reed, Frank Harris, Mina Loy, and Charles Reznikoff were all friends and admirers.
(In addition to those already mentioned, the post-Malory authors included here are: Edmund Spenser; Thomas Heywood; Matthew Arnold; William Morris; Algernon Charles Swinburne; Alfred, Lord Tennyson; Edwin Arlington Robinson; T.S.