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Richard Howard

Richard HowardBorn: 13-Oct-1929
Birthplace: Cleveland, OH

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Gay [1]
Occupation: Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Untitled Subjects

[1] Steven Serafin and Alfred Bendixen, The Continuum Encyclopedia of American Literature (2003), page 432.

    University: BA, Columbia University (1951)
    University: MA, Columbia University (1952)
    University: Sorbonne (studied 1952-53)
    Professor: University of Cincinnati
    Professor: English, University of Houston

    Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1970 for Untitled Subjects
    American Book Award 1984 (translation of Les Fleurs du Mal)
    Guggenheim Fellowship
    The Paris Review Poetry Editor
    The New Republic Poetry Editor

Author of books:
Quantities (1962, poetry)
The Damages (1967, poetry)
Alone with America: Essays on the Art of Poetry in the United States Since 1950 (1969, criticism)
Untitled Subjects (1969, poetry)
Findings (1971, poetry)
Two-Part Inventions (1974, poetry)
Preferences (1974, criticism)
Fellow Feelings (1976, poetry)
Misgivings (1979, poetry)
Lining Up (1984, poetry)
No Traveller (1989, poetry)
Selected Poems (1991, poetry)
Like Most Revelations (1994, poetry)
Trappings (1999, poetry)
Talking Cures (2002, poetry)
Inner Voices (2004, poetry)

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