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Typed letter signed, with envelope, 1969 October 18

 Item — Box: 61, Folder: F0870

Scope and Contents

Lowenfels noted that when he was working on his Whitman book and he came across the phrase, "he never developed as a poet of old age." He continued by suggesting that he has kept up his poetry and further, "Eliot didn't, neither did Pound (in my judgement), but William Carlos Williams also maintained a very high level to the end." And as a postscript, "Michelangelo kept it up to about 90."


  • Creation: 1969 October 18

Physical Description

1 item (1 p.)

Repository Details

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