Writing under the pen name H. She is known primarily as a poet, but she also wrote novels, memoirs, and essays and did a number of translations from the Greek. Her work is consistently unique and original, both reflecting and contributing to the avant-garde milieu that dominated the arts in London and Paris until the end of World War II. Immersed for decades in the intellectual crosscurrents of modernism, psychoanalysis, syncretist mythologies, and feminism, H.
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April is National Poetry Month , so it feels right to highlight poetry from some real-life poet-librarians. Where to start looking for real-life poet-librarians? These resources proved invaluable for this post:. I have organized the entries and excerpts for the 10 poet-librarians below in chronological order by birth year. Marianne Moore, born in Kirkwood, Missouri, was a celebrated modernist poet, critic, and translator. Moore worked as an assistant librarian at the at the Hudson Park branch of the New York Public Library from
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