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Horace Gregory (April 10, 1898 Milwaukee, Wisconsin - March 11, 1982 Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts) was a prize-winning American poet, translator of classic poetry, literary critic and college professor. Contents 1 Life 2 Awards 3 Works 3.1 Poetry 3.2 Criticism 3.3 Translations 4 References // Life A graduate of the University of Wisconsin in 1923, he was the author of eight books of poems, and a memoir in 1971. He married poet and editor Marya Zaturenska (1902-1982), in 1925.[1] Her two children were Patrick and Joanna Gregory. His collected essays were published in 1973. He also wrote book reviews that were published in the New York Times,[2]. His work appeared in The New Yorker,[3] Contemporary Poetry,[4] The Wisconsin literary magazine,[5] and Poetry Magazine.[6] His poetry is known for its dramatic structure and deep insights into contemporary life's harshness. Gregory was a professor of English at Sarah Lawrence College, from 1934 to 1960.[7] He and Marya Zaturenska attended a 1948 reception at the Gotham Book Mart for Edith Sitwell.[8] During the end of his life, Gregory and his wife were residents of Palisades, Rockland County, New York. His papers are at Syracuse University.[9] Awards 1942 Russell Loines Memorial Fund Poetry Award[10] 1961 Academy of American Poets Fellowship[11] 1965 Bollingen Prize Works Poetry Chelsea rooming house: poems. Covici, Friede. 1930.  No Retreat, 1933 Chorus for Survival, 1935 Fortune for Mirabel, 1941 Poems, 1930-1940. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1941.  A Door in the Desert, 1951 Medusa in Gramercy Park: poems. Macmillan. 1961.  Another look: poems. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1976. ISBN 9780030153969.  Criticism Pilgrim of the Apocalypse: a critical study of D.H. Lawrence. The Viking Press. 1933.  The shield of Achilles: essays on beliefs in poetry. Harcourt, Brace. 1944.  A History of American Poetry, 1900-1940. Harcourt, Brace and company. 1947.  Amy Lowell: portrait of the poet in her time. T. Nelson. 1958.  The world of James McNeill Whistler. Nelson. 1959.  The dying gladiators, and other essays. Grove Press. 1961.  Translations Ovid (1958). The Metamorphoses. Signet Classic. ISBN 9780451527936.  Gaius Valerius Catullus (1931). The poems of Catullus. Covici-Friede.  References ^ ^ Gregory, Horace. The New York Times. Retrieved May 4, 2010.  ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ "HORACE GREGORY, POET, CRITIC, ESSAYIST AND BIOGRAPHER, DIES". The New York Times. March 13, 1982.  ^ MICHIKO KAKUTANI (August 29, 1979). "Everybody Wants to Be a Poet; Number Has Doubled". The New York Times.  ^ ^ Henry Seidel Canby (May 10, 1942). "GETS $1,000 POETRY PRIZE; Horace Gregory's Work Lauded". The New York Times.  ^ "Horace Gregory Gets Poetry Prize". The New York Times. November 16, 1961. Retrieved May 4, 2010.  This American poet-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e