Series: Michigan Faculty Series. Paperback: 225 pages.
Series: Michigan Faculty Series.
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Platonic Scripts (essays), University of Michigan Press (Ann Arbor, MI), 1984. The Sunset Maker: Poems/ Stories/A Memoir, Atheneum (New York, NY), 1987. The Death of Lincoln: A Documentary Opera (libretto), A. Thomas Taylor, 1988. com/ (August 10, 2004).
Donald Rodney Justice, American poet, educator. Rockefeller Foundation fellow in poetry, 1954, Ford Foundation fellow, 1964, Guggenheim Foundation fellow in poetry, 1976, Academy American Poets fellow, 1988; National Endowment for the Arts grantee, 1967, 73, 80, 89; recipient Pulitzer Prize in poetry for Selected Poems, 1980, Bollingen prize for poems, 1991, Lannan Literary award, 1996. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 1013884&cache false" alt "Other photo of Donald Rodney Justice" class "gallery img" height "167". Other photo of Donald Rodney Justice.
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Donald Rodney Justice (August 12, 1925 - August 6, 2004) was an American poet and academic who won both the Pulitzer and Bollingen prizes. Justice grew up in Florida, and earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Miami in 1945 from the University of North Carolina in 1947, studied for a time at Stanford University, and then earned a P. from the University of Iowa in 1954.
The University of Michigan has 6,200 faculty members and roughly 38,000 employees which include National Academy members, and Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners. Several past presidents have gone on to become presidents of Ivy League universities. Joseph Brodsky, Nobel Prize, Literature 1987. Donald A. Glaser professor of physics, developed in 1954 the world's first liquid bubble chamber to study high-energy subatomic particles and won the Nobel Prize in physics for his invention in 1960.
Donald Rodney Justice. 1925-08-12)August 12, 1925. Essay and interview collections. Platonic Scripts, 1984. August 6, 2004(2004-08-06) (aged 78). Iowa City, Iowa, . Oblivion: On Writers and Writing, 1998. Compendium: A Collection of Thoughts on Prosody. ed. David Koehn & Alan Soldofsky (Omnidawn, 2017). ISBN 978-1-63243-032-8.