Who is Archibald MacLeish?

  • (noun): United States poet (1892-1982).
    Synonyms: MacLeish

Archibald MacLeish

Archibald MacLeish (May 7, 1892 – April 20, 1982) was an American poet, writer, and the Librarian of Congress. He is associated with the Modernist school of poetry. He received three Pulitzer Prizes for his work.

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Ars Poetica - Archibald MacLeish
... The best known poem by Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982), published in 1926, took its title and subject from Horace's work ...
Archibald MacLeish - Sources
... Grover Cleveland Smith (1971) ... Archibald MacLeish ...
List of Columbia Workshop Programs
... - Roy Winsower - - April 11, 1937 The Fall of the City Archibald MacLeish - Irving Reis Bernard Herrmann - April 18, 1937 R.U.R ... Wilder October 26, 1938 Air Raid (Rehearsal) Archibald MacLeish William N ... Robson October 27, 1938 Air Raid Archibald MacLeish William N ...
1953 In Poetry - Awards and Honors - United States
... and Letters Gold Medal for Poetry Marianne Moore National Book Award for Poetry Archibald MacLeish, Collected Poems 1917-1952 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry Archibald MacLeish Collected Poems 1917-195 ...

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    By words, by voices, a lost way—
    And here above the chimney stack
    The unknown constellations sway—
    And by what way shall I go back?
    Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982)

    A poem should be equal to:
    Not true.

    For all the history of grief
    An empty doorway and a maple leaf.
    —Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982)