Who is Edwin Arlington Robinson?

  • (noun): United States poet; author of narrative verse (1869-1935).
    Synonyms: Robinson

Edwin Arlington Robinson

Edwin Arlington Robinson (December 22, 1869 – April 6, 1935) was an American poet who won three Pulitzer Prizes for his work.

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Pulitzer Prize For Poetry - Winners - 1920s
... 1922 Collected Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson 1923 The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver A Few Figs from Thistles Eight Sonnets in American Poetry, 1922 ... A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes by Robert Frost 1925 The Man Who Died Twice by Edwin Arlington Robinson 1926 What's O'Clock by Amy Lowell 1927 Fiddler's Farewell by Leonora Speyer 1928 Tristram by Edwin ...
Edwin Arlington Robinson House
... The Edwin Arlington Robinson House is an historic house at 67 Lincoln Avenue in Gardiner, Maine ... The house was the home of poet, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and was designated a National Historic Landmark and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 ...

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    But still he fluttered pulses when he said,
    “Good-morning,” and he glittered when he walked.
    Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)

    Now view yourself as I was, on the spot—
    With a slight kind of engine. Do you see?
    Like this . . . You wouldn’t hang me? I thought not.”
    Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)

    Ah, when shall come love’s courage to be strong!
    Tell me, O Lord—tell me, O Lord, how long
    Are we to keep Christ writhing on the cross!
    —Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)

    He packed a lot of things that she had made
    Most mournfully away in an old chest
    Of hers, and put some chopped-up cedar boughs
    In with them, and tore down the slaughterhouse.
    —Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)

    A good soul like a good body should be as unobtrusive as possible; in so far as it functions properly, it should not be noticed for good or for ill.
    —C.E.M. (Cyril Edwin Mitchinson)

    “Because a few complacent years
    Have made your peril of your pride,
    Think you that you are to go on
    Forever pampered and untired?
    —Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)