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Amy Lowell

Amy LowellAKA Amy Lawrence Lowell

Born: 9-Feb-1874
Birthplace: Brookline, MA
Died: 12-May-1925
Location of death: Brookline, MA
Cause of death: Cerebral Hemorrhage
Remains: Buried, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Lesbian
Occupation: Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: What's O'Clock

Father: Augustus Lowell (b. 1830, d. 1901)
Mother: Katharine Bigelow
Brother: Percival Lowell (astronomer, b. 13-Mar-1855, d. 12-Nov-1916)
Brother: A. Lawrence Lowell (President of Harvard, b. 1-Jan-1856, d. 6-Jan-1943)
Girlfriend: Ada Dwyer Russell (actress, met 1912)

    Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1926 for What's O'Clock, posthumously

Author of books:
A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass (1912, poetry)
Sword Blades and Poppy Seed (1914, poetry)
Six French Poets (1915, nonfiction)
Men, Women, and Ghosts (1916, poetry)
Tendencies in Modern American Poetry (1917, nonfiction)
Pictures of the Flaoting World (1919, poetry)
Can Grande's Castle (1918, poetry)
A Critical Fable (1922, poetry, published anonymously)
What's O'Clock (1925, poetry)
John Keats (1925, biography, 2 volumes)
East Wind (1926, poetry)
Ballads for Sale (1927, poetry)

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