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Howard, Richard, 1929-2022

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LC classificationPS3558.O8826
Personal name headingHoward, Richard, 1929-2022
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Variant(s)Howard, Richard, 1929-
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1929-10-13
Death date2022-03-31
Place of birthCleveland (Ohio)
AffiliationUniversity of Houston
Columbia University
Profession or occupationPoets
Found inHis Quantities, 1962.
WW in America, 1992/93 (Howard, Richard (Joseph Howard); poet, literary translator, b. Oct. 13, 1929 Cleveland, Ohio)
His Jealousy, 1971: p. 2 (translation ... by Richard Howard)
Academy of American poets WWW site, Mar. 9, 2011 (Richard Howard; author of eleven volumes of poetry, has published more than 150 translations from the French, including works by Gide, Giraudoux, Cocteau, Camus, De Beauvoir, De Gaulle, Breton, Robbe-Grillet, Barthes, Cioran, Claude Simon, Stendhal, and Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal)
Gracq, J. Balcony in the forest, 2017: t.p. (translated and with an introduction by Richard Howard) data view (Richard Howard received a National Book Award for his translation of Charles Baudelaire's Fleurs du mal and a Pulitzer Prize for Untitled Subjects, his third volume of poems. For New York Review Books he has translated Guy de Maupassant's Alien Hearts, HonoreĢ de Balzac's Unknown Masterpiece, and Marc Fumaroli's When the World Spoke French)
The New York times website, Apr. 21, 2022 (Richard Howard; born on Oct. 13, 1929, in Cleveland, died Mar. 31, 2022, in Manhattan; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who made the venerable genre of the dramatic monologue speak in a modern voice, and whose translations brought the work of Roland Barthes, Alain Robbe-Grillet and dozens of other French writers to an Anglophone audience; after teaching English at the University of Houston for 10 years, he became professor of writing at Columbia University in 1997)
Associated languageeng fre