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1901 in poetry

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1901 in poetry

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Contents

Events

  • A small plaque is set on the Statue of Liberty to display Emma Lazarus' 1883 poem, "The New Colossus"
  • The first Nobel Prize in Literature is awarded to Sully Prudhomme, a French poet and essayist.
  • Canada

  • Bliss Carman, with Richard Hovey, Last Songs from Vagabondia, Canadian author published in the United States
  • William Henry Drummond, Johnnie Courteau and other Poems.
  • Charles Mair, Tecumseh: A Drama, and Canadian Poems, published in Toronto
  • United Kingdom

  • Jane Barlow, Ghost-Bereft, with Other Stories and Studies in Verse
  • C. S. Calverley, Complete Works (posthumous)
  • John Davidson
  • The Testament of a Man Forbid
  • The Testament of a Vivisector
  • Thomas Hardy, Poems of the Past and the Present (published November 1901; book states "1902")
  • George Meredith, A Reading of Life with Other Poems
  • Adela Florence Nicolson writing as "Laurence Hope", India's Love Lyrics (U.K. title), The Garden of Kama (U.S. title).
  • United States

  • Bliss Carman, with Richard Hovey, Last Songs from Vagabondia, Canadian author published in the United States
  • Edwin Markham, Lincoln and Other Poems
  • William Vaughn Moody, Poems
  • George Santayana, A Hermit of Carmel and Other Poems
  • Other in English

  • Joseph Furtado, Poems, Bombay; India, Indian poetry in English
  • Louise Mack, Dreams in Flower, Australia
  • Works published in other languages

  • Hayim Nahman Bialik, שירים, Hebrew published in Warsaw
  • José Santos Chocano, El fin de Satán y otros poemas (The End of Satan' and Other Poems), Peru
  • Stefan George, Die Fibel, poems written from 1886–1889; German
  • Francis Jammes, Le Deuil des primevères, France
  • Ardoshir Faramji Kharbardar, Kavyarasika (Indian Parsi writing in Gujarati)
  • Beheramji Malabari, Kavyarasika (Indian writing in Gujarati)
  • Births

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

  • January 16 – Laura Riding Jackson (died 1991), American poet, critic, novelist, essayist and short story writer
  • January 29 – Heinrich Anacker (died 1971), German
  • January 30 – Hans Erich Nossack (died 1977), German
  • March 4? – Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo, born Joseph-Casimir Rabearivelo or Rebearivelo (died 1937), Madagascar native and French-language poet
  • March 5 – Yocheved Bat-Miriam (died 1979), Russian-born, Israeli, Hebrew-language poet
  • March 27
  • Ruth Lechlitner (died 1989), American
  • Kenneth Slessor (died 1971), Australian newspaper journalist and poet
  • April 20 – Michel Leiris, French author and poet
  • April 29 – Hirohito (died 1989), Emperor of Japan and poet
  • May 1 – Sterling Brown (died 1989) African-American teacher, poet, writer on folklore and literary critic
  • May 30 – Itsik Manger (or "Itzig Manger") איציק מאַנגער (died 1969), Yiddish poet and playwright born in Ukraine, a resident in Romania and Poland, then an immigrant to Israel
  • June 10 – Eric Maschwitz (died 1969), English entertainer, writer, broadcaster, broadcasting executive and poet
  • June 13 – J. C. Beaglehole (died 1971), New Zealand historian and poet
  • July 1 – Vladimir Lugovskoy (or "Lugovskoi") (died 1957), Russian Constructivist poet
  • July 26 – Nina Berberova, Нина Николаевна Берберова (died 1993), Russian-born poet, novelist, playwright, critic and academic who lived in Europe from 1922 to 1950, then in the United States
  • August 5 – Margarita Abella Caprile (died 1960), Argentine poet
  • August 12 – Robert Francis (died 1987), American
  • August 20 – Salvatore Quasimodo (died 1968), Italian poet
  • September 2 – Andreas Embirikos (died 1975), Greek
  • September 23 – Jaroslav Seifert (died 1986), Czech, Nobel Prize-winning poet and journalist
  • September 29 – Lanza del Vasto (died 1981), French poet and novelist
  • October 2 – Roy Campbell (died 1957), South African poet and translator
  • October 4 – Adrian Bell (died 1980), English rural writer and crossword compiler
  • Also:
  • Heinz Helmerking (died 1964), German writer
  • Kilian Kerst (died 1981), German
  • Sankara Kurup (died 1978), Indian, Malayalam-language poet
  • Hans Lorber (died 1973), German
  • T. Inglis Moore (died 1979), Australian
  • Amin Nakhla (died 1976), Lebanese, Arabic language poet
  • Irina Odoyevtseva, also "Odoevtseva" also "Iraida Gustavovna Beinlke Ivanova" (more probably born 1895; died 1990), Russian
  • Louis Paul, born Leroi Placet (approximate date of birth; died 1970), American fiction writer
  • Vladimir Aleksandrovich Smolensky or "Smolenskii" (died 1961), Russian
  • Shinkichi Takahashi (died 1987), Japanese Dadaist poet
  • Deaths

  • June 10 – Robert Williams Buchanan, 59, Scottish poet, novelist and dramatist
  • July 20 – William Cosmo Monkhouse, 61 (born 1840), English poet and critic
  • July 23/24 – Andreas Laskaratos (born 1811), Greek poet
  • October 18 – Nicholas Flood Davin, 61 (born 1840), Irish-born Canadian lawyer, journalist, politician and poet
  • November 10 – Sarah Carmichael (born 1838), American poet
  • December 23 – William Ellery Channing, 73, American Transcendentalist poet
  • Also:
  • Albery Allson Whitman (born 1851), African American poet and orator
  • References

    1901 in poetry Wikipedia


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