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 (jə-rĕl′), Randall 1914-1965.
American poet and critic. His poems, published in collections such as Little Friend, Little Friend (1945), concern war, loneliness, and art.


(ˈdʒær əl, dʒəˈrɛl)

Randall, 1914–65, U.S. poet and critic.
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He is also survived by a son, Jarrell Rodger Sutton, of Ephrata, Pennsylvania; daughter, Ann Edmister Hudson, of St.
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Jarrell was a professor in the Faculty of Science at York University before his death in 2013.
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to learn who was who in what Randall Jarrell, himself an important critic, wryly called "The Age of Criticism.
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Under the auspices of the Randall Jarrell Fellowship, she studied creative writing with Fred Chappell at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, obtaining her M.
Then the pool was washed and cleaned and we handed over to Jarrell.
Since being launched, the application has seen significant growth in its user base and the Founder, Jarrell Liner, states “Our goal is simple.
The winners, who received cash prizes from Peake Management, included: Elka Sterling, Erik Van, Steven Van, Nick Slusher and Aman Mehmood from Baku, Azerbaijan; Hunter Walton, Sofia Monterroso, Leon Barnes and Jamal Anaele from Maputo, Mozambique; Walker Jarrell, William Jarrell, Madeline Jarrell and Wyatt Jarrell from Shenyang, China; Connor Pearson, Gwyneth Pearson and Owen Pearson from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Colston Moder from Frankfurt, Germany.
In 1958 Randall Jarrell, the American poet, edited and brought out a collection of stories, Randall Jarrell's Book of Stories, which contains a famous introduction.
Made in the context of an essay-lecture discussing the Americanness of American poetry, such an assertion could equally be applied to Randall Jarrell himself.