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  • n. United States writer (1885-1977)

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  • The journal was renowned for its sophistication, humor, and irreverence and featured the work of such authors as O. Henry, Damon Runyan, Theodore Dreiser, Louis Untermeyer, Hugh Walpole, Eugene O'Neill, and James Joyce.

    “I ain't never goin' to work again. . . . I'm plum tired out.”

  • Vol. 4 (1982); EJ, s.v. “Untermeyer, Louis”; Farano, Michel.

    Jean Starr Untermeyer.

  • Jean Untermeyer envisioned a career as lieder singer, but intimacy with writers — Sara Teasdale, Amy Lowell, Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost — led her to absorb poetry (as she put it) “by osmosis.”

    Jean Starr Untermeyer.

  • Louis Untermeyer responded, The most musical words seem to be those containing the letter ‘l’.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » The Music of Language

  • … Chase Untermeyer, John Sununu, Jim Baker, George and I had lunch outside in the garden in the sun a little crisp, but our last chance.

    Barbara Bush

  • Charles Graves Untermeyer, Ambassador to Qatar scroll to bottom of page

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • The volume and acuity of Elder's insights on Frost make this one of the finest critical discussions of Frost since the pathclearing work of Louis Untermeyer, but is it literary criticism, exactly, and how should it be catalogued?

    Henry Salt on Shelley: Literary Criticism and Ecological Identity

  • Even were I none of these, I still might be astonished by her insinuating remark that "We shall have to wait for other Frost letters to get his full opinion of Untermeyer."

    Frost and Untermeyer

  • Louis Untermeyer (1885–1977) “LOT 65: John Keats to Fanny Brawne

    Auction: Anderson Galleries

  • The mistake of Untermeyer, and of others who talk to the same effect, lies in confusing the beliefs of poets and the subject matter of their verse with its position in

    Prejudices : first series,

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