This Month's Puzzler
On January 4, 1965, this American-born English poet died at age 76 in
London. Born in St. Louis in 1888, he graduated from Harvard in 1909 and
then studied philosophy for a year at the University of Paris. He won a
scholarship to attend Merton College, Oxford University, and went on to
became a British citizen in 1939. One of the greatest poets of the 20th
century, he was also a respected playwright, an influential literary
critic, a gifted essayist, and a talented editor. His works helped to
revitalize English poetry, ultimately helping him win the Nobel Prize for
Literature in 1948. In addition to his poetry, he was also the author of
many powerful prose lines, including this one:
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go."
Who was this man? Answer below.
Our next chapbook will be out soon! Reserve your copy now
Our fifth chapbook -- stories about Printed Page and the people we meet there -- will be out soon. It's titled, "The Karamazov Letter." The title comes from a letter a prisoner sent to his girlfriend. We found the letter in a copy of "The Brothers Karamazov." Cost of the chapbook is $7.