By DONALD HALL | ESSAY | VOLUME 20.3, SUMMER 1986 | The SHR Archives
DONALD HALL was born in Hamden, Connecticut, in 1928. He has published numerous books of poetry, including The Selected Poetry of Donald Hall, The Painted Bed, and Without: Poems, which was published on the third anniversary of his wife and fellow poet Jane Kenyon’s death from leukemia. Other notable collections include The One Day, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and a Pulitzer Prize nomination; The Happy Man, which won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; and Exiles and Marriages.
VOLUME 20.3 SUMMER 1986
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