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David Ignatow

David IgnatowBorn: 7-Feb-1914
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY
Died: 17-Nov-1997
Location of death: East Hampton, NY
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Rescue the Dead

    Professor: New School for Social Research
    Professor: University of Kentucky
    Professor: University of Kansas
    Professor: Vassar College
    Professor: York College, City University of New York
    Professor: New York University
    Professor: Columbia University

    The Nation Poetry Editor
    Bollingen Prize in Poetry 1977
    Guggenheim Fellowship (twice)

Author of books:
Poems (1948, poetry)
The Gentle Weight Lifter (1955, poetry)
Say Pardon (1961, poetry)
Figures of the Human (1964, poetry)
Rescue the Dead (1968, poetry)
Earth Hard: Selected Poems (1968, poetry)
The Notebooks of David Ignatow (1973)
Facing the Tree (1975, poetry)
The Animal in the Bush (1977, poetry)
Tread the Dark (1978, poetry)
Sunlight (1979, poetry)
Conversations (1980, poetry)
Whisper to the Earth (1981, poetry)
Leaving the Door Open (1984, poetry)
The One in the Many: A Poet's Memoirs (1988, memoir)
Shadowing the Ground (1991, poetry)
Despite the Plainness of the Day: Love Poems (1991, poetry)
Talking Together: Letters of David Ignatow, 1946 to 1990 (1992, letters)
Against the Evidence: Selected Poems, 19341994 (1993, poetry)
I Have a Name (1996, poetry)
At My Ease: Uncollected Poems of the Fifties and Sixties (1998, poetry)
Living Is What I Wanted: Last Poems (1999, poetry)

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