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Thomas Mc Grath

writer , poet

Thomas Mc Grath, poet, writer. Recipient Shelley Memorial award Poetry Society of America, 1989, Lenore Marshall Nation award for Poetry, 1989; Amy Lowell Travelling Poetry scholar, 1965-1966; Guggenheim fellow, 1967-1968; Bush Foundation fellow, 1975-1976, 81; Senior fellow for poetry National Education Association, 1986. Member Association Rhodes Scholars, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Grath, Thomas Mc was born on November 20, 1916.

Education

Student, University North Dakota. Student, Louisiana State University. Student, New College Oxford University.

Doctor of Literature (honorary), University North Dakota, 1981.

Career

Instructor Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 1940-1941. Assistant professor Los Angeles State College, 1950-1954.

Works

book To Walk a Crooked Mile book Figures from a Double World book The Movie at the End of the World: Collected Poems book A Sound Of One Hand book Poems: Letters to Tomasito book The Pocket Book of Poems and Songs for the Open Air book Trinc: Praises II book Passages Toward the Dark book Echoes Inside the Labyrinth book Letter To Imaginary Friend, Parts Three & Four book Manifesto Collage: Defining Collage in the Twenty-First Century book Selected Poems (Penguin Classics) book Selected Poems (Penguin Modern Classics) by R. S. Thomas (29-Jan-2004) Paperback

Membership

Member Association Rhodes Scholars, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Eugenia Johnson. 1 son, Tomasito.