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american poets&works

american poetry with their authors

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This 20th century poet wrote the poems Daddy, Lady Lazarus, and Mad Girl's Love Song. Sylvia Plath
This poet was considered one of the most respected Beat writers of his generation. He wrote poets such as A Supermarket in California, Howl, and Kaddish. Allen Ginsberg
This poet and civil rights activist wrote the poems Still I Rise, Caged Bird, and Awaking in New York. Maya Angelou
This post-war poet wrote the works Risk, Brought to Love, and August Sun. Robert Duncan
This poet wrote Nothing Gold Can Stay, The Road Not Taken, and The Death of a Hired Man. Robert Frost
This poet is a major figure in the modernist poetry movement, and wrote In a Station of Metro, Hugh Selwyn Mauberly, and The Seafarer. Ezra Pound
This 19th century poet from Massachusetts, wrote the poems In this Short Life that Only Lasts an Hour, I Heard a Fly Buzz - When I Died, and I Know that He Exists. Emily Dickenson
This modern poet wrote the works Since Feeling is First, I Carry Your Heart With Me, and Buffalo Bill. E.E. Cummings
This New England poet, who expanded his work away from the Western way of thinking, towards Asian and Middle Eastern works. He wrote Dirge, Song of Nature, and Teach Me I Am Forgotten by the Dead. Ralph Waldo Emmerson