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Hart Crane

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by Maurice Riordan
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Hart Crane by Maurice Riordan

Harold Hart Crane was born in Ohio in 1899. In 1923 he became a copy-writer in New York. White Buildings, his first collection, appeared in 1926, and in 1930 his most famous work, The Bridge, was published. A reaction against the pessimism in T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, The Bridge was a love song to the myth of America and its optimism a much needed boon to post-Wall Street Crash America. Hart Crane committed suicide in 1932.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 112
Size: 169 KB
Publisher: Faber & Faber Poetry
Date published:   2010
ISBN: 9780571264353 (DRM-EPUB)

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