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|April 15, 1989

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Donald Hall was born in Hamden, Conn. in 1928. Hall was educated at Phillips Exeter and Harvard University, and is the author of 11 books of poetry including The One Day, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award, and The Museum of Clear Ideas, which was…
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|April 15, 2003

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Distinguished poet Donald Hall reflects on the meaning of work, solitude, and love "The best new book I have read this year, of extraordinary nobility and wisdom. It will remain with me always."—Louis Begley,  The New York Times "A sustained meditation…
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|October 1, 1983

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Describes the day-to-day life of an early nineteenth-century New England family throughout the changing seasons.
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|November 17, 2015

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His entire life, Donald Hall has dedicated himself to the written word, putting together a storied career as a poet, essayist, and memoirist. Now, in the "unknown, unanticipated galaxy" of very old age, he is writing essays that startle, move, and delight. In…

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In the pantheon of great sports literature, not a few poets have tried their hand at paying tribute to their love affair with the game -- Walt Whitman, Marianne Moore, and William Carlos Williams among them. This elegant volume collects Donald Hall's prose about…
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|This title releases November 7, 2017

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Former poet laureate Donald Hall selects the essential work from a moving and brilliant life in poetry. Long-Listed for the 2016 National Book Award The ability to write poems has abandoned" Donald Hall, now in his eighties and one of the most significant-and…
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|July 20, 1997

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If we believe that the most engaging people have eclectic interests, then Donald Hall is incontrovertibly our most engaging man of letters. Prize-winning poet, teacher, essayist, children's book writer, Hall here reflects on some of the things he holds most…
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|September 1, 1994

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Distinguished poet Donald Hall and award-winning artist Barry Moser have teamed up to create a hilarious, affectionate portrait in contrasts of our companions, and often best friends, a cat and a dog. With evocative words and masterful paintings, they delineate…
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|September 11, 2009

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Donald Hall's remarkable life in poetry - a career capped by his appointment as U.S. poet laureate in 2006 - comes alive in this richly detailed, self-revealing memoir. Hall's invaluable record of the making of a poet begins with his childhood in Depression-era…
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|November 8, 2006

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A candid memoir of love, art, and grief from a celebrated man of letters, United States poet laureate Donald Hall In an intimate record of his twenty-three-year marriage to poet Jane Kenyon, Donald Hall recounts the rich pleasures and the unforeseen trials of…
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|November 8, 2007

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Lucy Wells likes planning ahead. In her quaint New England town the leaves have just begun to change, but Lucy is already thinking of Christmas. She begins to make presents for her family: a pincushion for her mother, a doll for her sister, and a pen-wiper for…
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|December 15, 2015

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Former poet laureate Donald Hall selects the essential work from a moving and brilliant life in poetry. The ability to write poems has abandoned" Donald Hall, now in his eighties, one of the most significant - and beloved - poets of his generation. Instead of…