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Pulitzer Prize Tag

 

100 Pulitzer Poets: John Gould Fletcher, 1939

20 Sep 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía: we present two poems of John Gould Fletcher (1886-1950), poet. His name was associated with Amy Lowell and Ezra Pound. The rhythm of his verse was flattered by a lot of poets of his generation. In 1939 he deserved the Pulitzer…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Marya Zaturenska, 1938

20 Sep 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía: we present a poem by Marya Zaturenska (1908-1982). Born in Ukraine and having migrated to the United States, Zaturenska was an outstanding student and later became one the important voices of the English Decadent school. A poet that almost appears…

Diane Seuss: finalista del Pulitzer de Poesía 2016

18 Jul 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo

Presentamos cuatro poemas de la norteamericana Diane Seuss (Michigan City, Indiana, 1956), pertenecientes a su más reciente libro four-legged girl (Graywolf Press, 2015), que este 2016 resultó finalista del Pulitzer Prize of Poetry. Seuss es autora de otros dos libros de poesía anteriores, It Blows…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Robert Frost, 1937

04 Jul 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, General, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Robert Frost (1874-1963) from the collection “A further range”, which received the Pulitzer Prize (1937). His work employed settings from rural life in New England and his command of American colloquial speech. Frost was honored frequently during his lifetime, receiving…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Robert Hillyer, 1934

15 Jun 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, General, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Robert Hillyer (1895-1961), he was editor of the Harvard Advocate and part of the group known as the Harvard Aesthetes. He deserved the Pulitzer Prize in 1934 for his book Collected Verse. Spanish version by Roberto Amézquita.     Presentamos…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Robert Frost, 1931

15 Jun 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, General, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Two poems by Robert Frost (1874-1963) from Collected Poems, which received the Pulitzer Prize (1931). His work employed settings from rural life in New England and his command of American colloquial speech. Frost was honored frequently during his lifetime, receiving…

100 Pulitzer Poets: George Dillon, 1932

09 Jun 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, General, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía, as part of our Pulitzer Prize dossier, we present poems by George Dillon (1906-1968). Nowadays a poet mostly remembered for being the lover of Edna St. Vincent Millay, Dillon was the editor of Poetry Magazine while serving in the Signal…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Archibald MacLeish, 1933

09 Jun 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, General, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía, we present a poem by Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982). A modernist poet and member of the “Lost Generation”, he lived in Paris during the Thirties, where he met Ezra Pound, H.D., F. Scott Fitzgerald and others. Upon his return to America,…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Conrad Akien, 1930

24 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Conrad Akien (1889-1973) American poet and writer. Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1930. He was the poetry consultant of the Library of Congress from 1950–1952. He also won the National Book Award and the first edition of the Shelley Memorial Award, in…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Stephen Vincent Benét, 1929

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía, we present “Metropolitan Nigtmare”, a poem by American Stephen Vincent Benét (1898-1943). Known for his lengthy, meditative and humorous social pieces, he earned the Pulitzer Prize in 1929 for his book John Brown’s Body, of which we present here a…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Leonora Speyer, 1927

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía: a poem by Leonora Speyer (1872-1956), Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1927. She was a poet and a violinist. Leonora Speyer was born in Washington D.C. in 1872. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her Fiddler’s Farewell (Knopf, 1926)  Spanish versión by…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Amy Lowell, 1926

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Amy Lowell. Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1926.  Amy Lowell born in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1874. She write poetry books as A Dome of Many Colored Glass (1912), Sword Blades and Poppy Seed  or  What’s A Clock (1925)[Pulitzer Prize]. Spanish versions by Adalberto…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Robert Frost, 1924

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Two poems by Robert Frost (1874-1963) from the Collection, New Hampshire: A Poem with notes and Grace notes, which received the Pulitzer Prize (1923). His work employed settings from rural life in New England and his command of American colloquial…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Edna St. Vincent Millay, 1923

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Poetry Pulitzer Prize 1923, Edna St. Vincent Millay (Rockland, Maine, 1892). Poet and playwrighter. Three years before winning the Pulitzer she publishes A Few Figs from Thistles (1920), a volume of poetry which drew much attention for its controversial descriptions…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Edwin Arlington Robinson, 1922, 1925 and 1928

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía, as part of our special Pulitzer Prize Dossier, we present a brief selection of works by Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869).A poet who got “discovered” as an accident by President Theodore Roosevelt, he distinguished himself by a very strict adherence to…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Margaret Widdemer, 1919

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía: Two poems by Margaret Widdemer, Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 1919 (awarded ex aequo with Carl Sandburg). She was poet and novelist born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania in 1884. She won with her collection of poetry: The Old Road to Paradise. The…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Carl Sandburg, 1919

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry

Today at Círculo de Poesía, as a part of our Pulitzer Prize Dossier, we present the poetry of Carl Sandburg (1878-1967). One of the most influential American Poets, he was a Three-Time Pulitzer Prize winner and one of the most prolific writers of the Twentieth…

100 Pulitzer Poets: Sara Teasdale, 1918

16 May 2016, Posted by Círculo de poesía in En el mundo, Poetry, Portada

Today at Círculo de Poesía, we present three poems by Sara Teasdale (1884-1933). A lyrical poet, Teasdale centered her themes in her personal circumstance and in the perks of being a woman in the early Twentieth Century; her poems, which started as simple and musical…