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1892 in poetry

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1892 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).



  • William Butler Yeats founds the National Literary Society in Dublin.
  • United Kingdom

  • A. C. Benson, Le Cahier Jaune
  • Wilfred Seawen Blunt, Esther, Love Lyrics, and Natalia's
  • Austin Dobson, The Ballad of Beau Brocade, and Other Poems of the XVIIIth Century
  • Rudyard Kipling, Barrack-Room Ballads, and Other Verses, including "Gunga Din," "Danny Deever", "Fuzzy-Wuzzy", "Mandalay" and "Gentlemen-Rankers", first book publication, Methuen (see also Barrack-Room Balads, second series in 1896)
  • Richard Le Gallienne, English Poems
  • George Meredith:
  • Modern Love: Aa Reprint (see Modern Love, 1862)
  • Poems
  • John Gambril Nicholson, Love in Earnest: Sonnets, Ballades, and Lyrics
  • Arthur Symons, Silhouettes
  • Alfred Tennyson:
  • The Silent Voices
  • The Death of Oenone, Akbar's Dream, and Other Poems
  • William Watson, Lachrymae Musarum, and Other Poems, about the death of Tennyson
  • W. B. Yeats, The Countess Kathleen and Various Legends and Lyrics, including "The Lake Isle of Innisfree" (a poem first published in 1890) and the first version of the verse drama The Countess Cathleen, Irish poet published in the United Kingdom
  • United States

  • Ambrose Bierce, Black Beetles in Amber, verse, nonfiction and drama
  • James Whitcomb Riley, Green Fields and Running Brooks
  • Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass, ninth edition
  • Other in English

  • Frederick George Scott, Elton Hazlewood, Canada
  • France

  • Théodore de Banville, Dans la fournaise
  • Paul Claudel, La Ville, France
  • Francis Jammes, Vers, (also 1893 and 1894)
  • Stéphane Mallarmé, Vers et prose
  • Catulle Mendès, Les Poesies de Catulle Mendes, in three volumes
  • François Villon, first publication of Poems 7–11 of his "Ballades en jargon" in Oeuvres complëtes de François Villon, publiès díaprës les manuscrits et les plus anciennes Èditions, edited by Auguste Longnon, Paris: Lemerre, (Poems 1–6 were first published in 1489), posthumous
  • Other languages

  • Stefan George, Algabal, illustrated by Melchior Lechter; limited, private edition; German
  • Verner von Heidenstam, Hans Alienus, Swedish
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • January 3 – J. R. R. Tolkien (died 1973), English fantasy novelist, poet, philologist and academic
  • January 8 – Horiguchi Daigaku 堀口 大学 (died 1981), Japanese, Taishō and Showa period poet and translator of French literature; member of the Shinshisha ("The New Poetry Society"); accompanies his father on overseas diplomatic postings (surname: Horiguchi)
  • January 30 – Caresse Crosby (died 1970), American poet, publisher, peace activist and socialite
  • January 31 – Ozaki Kihachi 尾崎喜八 (died 1974), Japanese, Showa period poet (surname: Ozaki)
  • February 22 – Edna St. Vincent Millay (died 1950), American poet and playwright
  • March 9 – Vita Sackville-West (died 1962), English novelist and poet
  • March 16 – César Vallejo (died 1938), Peruvian poet
  • May 7 – Archibald MacLeish (died 1982), American poet, writer and the Librarian of Congress
  • May 17 – Leon Gellert (died 1977), Australian poet
  • May 26 – Maxwell Bodenheim (murdered 1954), American poet and novelist
  • June 12 – Djuna Barnes (died 1982), American writer and poet
  • July 8 – Richard Aldington (died 1962), English poet, novelist, writer, translator and biographer
  • August 11 – Hugh MacDiarmid, pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve (died 1978), Scottish poet
  • October 8 (September 26 O.S.) – Marina Tsvetaeva (suicide 1941), Russian poet
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • March 26 – Walt Whitman (born 1819), American poet and journalist
  • May 2 – Barcroft Boake (born 1866), Australian poet and boundary rider, probable suicide
  • July 15 – Thomas Cooper (born 1805), English Chartist, poet and religious lecturer
  • September 7 – John Greenleaf Whittier (born 1807), American poet
  • October 6 – Alfred, Lord Tennyson (born 1809), English Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom
  • References

    1892 in poetry Wikipedia

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