American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rexroth, Kenneth 1905-1982. American writer and translator known especially for his poetry, collected in volumes such as The Phoenix and the Tortoise (1944) and In Defense of Earth (1956).
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“The reading's master-of-ceremonies Kenneth Rexroth, in the sharpness and acuity of his person, lacked any innocence that I'm aware of.”
“As you read the Iliad and Odyssey, says Kenneth Rexroth, the sublimity of the conception rises slowly through the sublimity of the language.”
“When Rexroth wrote his autobiography he was accused of lying so he called ‘Autobiographical Novel’ a name so bad it must have been conceived in contempt and deployed as a slap.”
“Cummings published 50 Poems, Kenneth Fearing published his Collected Poems, and Kenneth Rexroth and Robert Hayden made their literary debuts.”
“In San Francisco the case attracted the attention of noted figures like Kenneth Rexroth, Berkeley professor Mark Schorer, and Walter Van Tilberg Clark, the author of the best-selling Ox-Bow Incident.”
“Rexroth was distraught when he realized that Marthe had abandoned him, and since Creeley had been living with Kerouac in the cabin, Rexroth placed much of the blame on Jack for aiding Creeley in the seduction of his wife.”
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