4 edition of Randall Jarrell found in the catalog.
Adams, Charles M.
Reprint of the ed. published by the University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.
|Statement||compiled by Charles M. Adams.|
|LC Classifications||Z8450.1 .A3 1977, PS3519.A86 .A3 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||77012967|
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"Randall Jarrell was such a gifted reader of poetry that it’s easy to overlook how keenly he read and discussed prose. The introduction to this wide—ranging collection is alone worth the price of admission: a brilliant, characteristically light—stepping little journey into the /5(5).
Randall Jarrell () received the National Book Award for his book of poems The Woman at the Washington Zoo. His children's book The Animal Family was named a Newbery Honor Book, and his translation of The Three Sisters was produced by The Actors Studio by: 8.
Randall Jarrell () wrote eight books of poetry, five anthologies, four childrens books illustrated by Maurice Sendak, four translations, including Faust: Part I and The Three Sisters (performed on Broadway by the Actors Studio), and a novel, Pictures from an Institution/5.
Poet and critic Randall Jarrell was born in Nashville, Tennessee. As a child, he spent time in Los Angeles, where his grandparents lived, and he would later write movingly about the city in “The Lost World,” one of his best-known poems. Jarrell’s collections of poetry included Blood for a Stranger (), two collections based on his experiences as an Air Force training navigator in.
Randall Jarrell, American poet, novelist, and critic who is noted for revitalizing the reputations of Robert Frost, Walt Whitman, and William Carlos Williams in the s.
Childhood was one of the major themes of Jarrell’s verse, and he wrote about his own extensively in. On May 6,Randall Jarrell was born in Nashville, Tennessee.
He earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Vanderbilt University. From to he taught at Kenyon College, where he met John Crowe Ransom and Robert Lowell, and then at the University of Texas. His first book of poems, Blood for a Stranger (Harcourt, ), was published inthe same.
Randall Jarrell () wrote eight books of poetry, five anthologies, four childrens books illustrated by Maurice Sendak, four translations, including Faust: Part I and The Three Sisters (performed on Broadway by the Actors Studio), and a novel, Pictures from an received the National Book Award for poetry inserved as poet laureate at the Library of /5.
The Animal Family by Randall Jarrell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at About Randall Jarrell’s Book of Stories. Storytelling as a fundamental human impulse, one that announces itself at the moment, hidden in infancy, that dreams begin—this is what the poet and critic Randall Jarrell set out to illuminate in this extraordinary book.