James Ingram Merrill (March 3, 1926 – February 6, 1995) was an American poet
whose awards include the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1977) for Divine Comedies ...
The late James Merrill was recognized as one of the leading poets of his
generation. Praised for his stylish elegance, moral sensibilities, and
transformation of ...
By James Merrill. I grow old under an intensity. Of questioning looks. Nonsense,. I
try to say, I cannot teach you children. How to live.—If not you, who will?
James Ingram Merrill was born in New York City on March 3, 1926, and grew up
in Manhattan and Southampton. He was the son of Charles Merrill, cofounder of ...
Apr 13, 2015 ... Dan Chiasson reviews Langdon Hammer's “James Merrill: Life and Art,” and
explores the composition of “The Changing Light at Sandover.”
Feb 7, 1995 ... James Merrill, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose 14 books of verse
established him as heir to the lyrical legacy of W. H. Auden and Wallace ...
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Browse through James Merrill's poems and quotes. 11 poems of James Merrill.
Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams
Nov 17, 2015 ... After first writing poetry to impress and entertain his wealthy parents' guests,
cosmopolitan James Merrill went cosmic.