Robinson Jeffers

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Noun1.Robinson Jeffers - United States poet who wrote about California (1887-1962)
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In the end, he turns to his own native region, the American West, with Wallace Stegner, Edward Abbey, Robinson Jeffers, Belle Turnbull, and Thomas McGrath.
He has won the Sinclair Poetry Prize, the Robinson Jeffers Prize for Poetry, the Bumbershoot Award, and numerous other competitions.
And what better venue to host the Award Ceremony than Carmel, California often named Americas Most Dog-friendly town -- where writers such as Robert Louis Stevenson, Robinson Jeffers and Mary Austin, lived and explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of the human comedy.
I don't know if he ever wrote about Robinson Jeffers,
Towers of Myth & Stone: Yeats's Influence on Robinson Jeffers
On the brink of World War II, Robinson Jeffers penned a poem titled "The Bloody Sire," which includes the tag-line, "Violence is the sire of all the world's values.
The House Dog's Grave (Haig, an English Bulldog)" by Robinson Jeffers
Among the essays in Visions is one devoted to the California poet, Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962).
We could adopt the Olympian perspective of a Robinson Jeffers, hole up in some secluded spot, and contemplate the decline of what had once been a great nation as a scientist would contemplate the death of the universe: as a natural event, to be appreciated for its terrible beauty.
For those of us more of a mind with Robinson Jeffers, one of the many Californians Hass covers, whose writings ".
There's a little Robinson Jeffers to get your morning started right.
Again, cross-cultural influences link the American West to the Irish West: Robinson Jeffers, whose philosophy of "inhumanism" is an early expression of ecological principles, made three separate visits to Yeats's Thoor Ballylee, which inspired Jeffers to build a tower of his own, known as Tor House.