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Carl Sandburg

a.k.a. Charles August Sandburg

Author Code: ACSX

Born: Jan. 6, 1878 - Galesburg, Illinois, USA

Died: Jul. 22, 1967 - Flat Rock, North Carolina, USA

Sandburg left school when he was thirteen and worked at a variety of jobs in the Mid-Western states. At the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898, he enlisted in the 6th Infantry, but saw no combat. He returned to Galesburg and studied classics at Lombard College. He moved to Wisconsin in 1902, before attaining his degree, and got involved in the Socialist movement that was taking shape at the time. In 1904, he published his first book of poetry, In Reckless Ecstasy. He married Lillian Steichen in 1908, a fellow socialist. From 1910 to 1912 he worked as a secretary to the Socialist mayor of Milwaukee. He moved to Chicago in 1913 and worked as an editor while contributing articles to the International Socialist Review. His first major collection of poems, Chicago Poems appeared in 1916. He served as a foreign correspondent during the First World War and published his war experiences in Cornhuskers in 1918. From 1919 to 1932 he was on the staff of the Chicago Daily News. During the 1920's and 1930's, Sandburg's following increased, taken by his free verse and use of everyday language. He collected songs that he had heard from a variety of sources and published The American Songbag in 1927. In 1926, he began perhaps his greatest work, the life of Lincoln which eventually stretched to six volumes and won him the Pulitzer Prize for history in 1940. Sandburg wrote only one novel, Remembrance Rock (1948), an epic saga of America. Like many socialist-leaning writers and poets of the time including Ezra Pound and Theodore Dreiser, Sandburg was always closely watched by J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI. In 1943, he moved to North Carolina where he remained for the rest of his life. His other works include The Chicago Race Riots (1919), Rootabaga Stories (1920), Good Morning, America (1928), Early Moon (1930), The People, Yes (1936), Storm Over the Land (1942), Always the Young Strangers (1943), Harvest Poems (1960) and Honey and Salt (1963).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ACSX001 Chicago Poems
  All Day Long
  Among the Red Guns
  And They Obey
  Anna Imroth
  The Answer
  At A Window
  Aztec
  Aztec Mask
  In A Back Alley
  Back Yard
  Bath
  To Beachey, 1912
  Between Two Hills
  Blacklisted
  ‘Boes
  Bones
  In A Breath
  Broadway
  Bronzes
  Buttons
  To Certain Journeymen
  Chamfort
  Chicago
  Chickens
  Child
  Child Moon
  Child of the Romans
  Choices
  Choose
  Clark Street Bridge
  A Coin
  To A Contemporary Bunkshooter
  Crimson
  Cripple
  Cumulatives
  To A Dead Man
  Docks
  Dream Girl
  Dreams in the Dusk
  Dunes
  Dynamiter
  Fellow Citizens
  A Fence
  Fight
  Fish Crier
  Flux
  Fog
  Follies
  From the Shore
  Gone
  Government
  Graceland
  Graves
  The Great Hunt
  Gypsy
  Halsted Street Car
  Happiness
  The Harbor
  Harrison Street Court
  The Has-Been
  Home
  Hydrangeas
  I Am the People, the Mob
  I Sang
  Ice Handler
  Iron
  It is Much
  Jack
  Jan Kubelik
  Jaws
  Joy
  June
  Jungheimer's
  The Junk Man
  Killers
  Kin
  Languages
  Last Answers
  Letters to Dead Imagists
  Limited
  Losses
  Lost
  Mag
  Mamie
  Margaret
  Mask
  Masses
  Mill-Doors
  The Mist
  Momus
  Monotone
  Muckers
  Murmurings in A Field Hospital
  Nocturne in A Deserted Brickyard
  Noon Hour
  Old Woman
  On the Breakwater
  On the Way
  Onion Days
  Our Prayer of Thanks
  Pals
  Passers-By
  Pearl Fog
  Personality
  Picnic Boat
  Plowboy
  Pool
  Poppies
  Population Drifts
  Ready to Kill
  The Red Son
  The Right to Grief
  The Road and the End
  Salvage
  Sheep
  Shirt
  The Shovel Man
  Silver Nails
  Sketch
  Skyscraper
  Soiled Dove
  A Sphinx
  Statistics
  Style
  Subway
  A Teamster's Farewell
  Theme in Yellow
  They Will Say
  Trafficker
  Troths
  Two
  Two Neighbors
  Under
  Under A Hat Rim
  Under A Telephone Pole
  Under the Harvest Moon
  Uplands in May
  Used up
  Waiting
  The Walking Man of Rodin
  Wars
  White Shoulders
  Whitelight
  Who Am I?
  Window
  Working Girls
  Young Sea
1916 148 382k eBook Download PDF - 'Chicago Poems' (ACSX001) Find a printed copy of Chicago Poems by Carl Sandburg at AbeBooks
ACSX003 Cornhuskers
  Adelaide Crapsey
  Alix
  Always the Mob
  Ashurnatsirpal III
  Autumn Movement
  Baby Face
  Band Concert
  Bilbea
  Blizzard Notes
  Bricklayer Love
  Bringers
  Buffalo Bill
  Caboose Thoughts
  Cartoon
  Chicago Poet
  Chicks
  Child Margaret
  Clocks
  Clowns Dying
  Cool Tombs
  Crimson Rambler
  Drumnotes
  Early Moon
  Falltime
  Films
  Fire Dreams
  Fire-Logs
  Flanders
  Flat Lands
  Foot and Mouth Plague
  The Four Brothers
  Garden Wireless
  Gargoyle
  Girl in A Cage
  Goldwing Moth
  Grass
  Handfuls
  Haunts
  Have Me
  Hemlock and Cedar
  Hits and Runs
  Horses and Men in Rain
  House
  Humdrum
  Illinois Farmer
  Interior
  Jabberers
  John Ericsson Day Memorial, 1918
  Joliet
  Knucks
  Kreisler
  Laughing Corn
  Lawyer
  Leather Leggings
  Loam
  Localities
  Loin Cloth
  Mammy Hums
  Manitoba Childe Roland
  Medallion
  Memoir
  Memoir of A Proud Boy
  A Million Young Workmen, 1915
  Monosyllabic
  Moonset
  Near Keokuk
  New Feet
  Old Osawatomie
  Old Timers
  Out of White Lips
  Palladiums
  Portrait of A Motor Car
  Potato Blossom Songs and Jigs
  Prairie
  Prairie Waters by Night
  Prayers of Steel
  Profiteer
  Psalm of Those Who Go Forth Before Daylight
  Questionnaire
  Remembered Women
  Repetitions
  River Roads
  The Sea Hold
  Sevens
  Shenandoah
  Singing Nigger
  Sixteen Months
  Slants At Buffalo, New York
  Smoke
  Southern Pacific
  Steamboat Bill
  Still Life
  Street Window
  Summer Shirt Sale
  Sunset From Omaha Hotel Window
  In Tall Grass
  A Tall Man
  Testament
  Three Balls
  Three Pieces on the Smoke of Autumn
  Upstairs
  Valley Song
  Village in Late Summer
  Washerwoman
  Wilderness
  The Year
  Young Bullfrogs
1918 123 352k eBook Download PDF - 'Cornhuskers' (ACSX003) Find a printed copy of Cornhuskers by Carl Sandburg at AbeBooks
ACSX002 Slabs of the Sunburnt West
  Ambassadors of Grief
  And So To-day
  At the Gates of Tombs
  Beat, Old Heart
  Black Horizons
  Brancusi
  Caligari
  Couples
  Crossing the Paces
  Feather Lights
  Fins
  Four Steichen Prints
  Gold Mud
  Gypsy Mother
  Harsk, Harsk
  Hazardous Occupations
  Hell on the Wabash
  Hoof Dusk
  Improved Farm Land
  Moon Riders
  Pearl Horizons
  Primer Lesson
  Props
  The Rakeoff and the Getaway
  Sea Slant
  Slabs of the Sunburnt West
  This'For the Moon'Yes?
  Two Humpties
  Upstream
  Washington Monument by Night
  The Windy City
  Without the Cane and the Derby
1922 54 245k eBook Download PDF - 'Slabs of the Sunburnt West' (ACSX002) Find a printed copy of Slabs of the Sunburnt West by Carl Sandburg at AbeBooks
ACSX004 Smoke and Steel
  A. E. F.
  Accomplished Facts
  Alley Rats
  And This Will Be All?
  Aprons of Silence
  Baby Toes
  Baby Vamps
  Balloon Faces
  Baltic Fog Notes
  Basket
  Bas-relief
  Blue Island Intersection
  Blue Maroons
  Blue Ridge
  Boy and Father
  Branches
  Brass Keys
  Broken Tabernacles
  Broken-face Gargoyles
  Bronzes
  Buckwheat
  Buffalo Dusk
  Cadenza
  Cahoots
  Calls
  Carlovingian Dreams
  Chasers
  Chords
  Circles of Doors
  Clean Curtains
  Clean Hands
  Clinton South of Polk
  Corn Hut Talk
  Crabapple Blossoms
  Crapshooters
  Crimson Changes People
  Crucible
  Cups of Coffee
  Curse of a Rich Polish Peasant on His Sister Who Ran Away with a Wild Man
  Dan
  Dancer
  Death Snips Proud Men
  Do You Want Affidavits?
  Dogheads
  Dusty Doors
  An Electric Sign Goes Dark
  Eleventh Avenue Racket
  Evening Waterfall
  Far Rockaway Night till Morning
  Finish
  Fire Pages
  Five Cent Balloons
  Five Towns on the B. and O.
  Flash Crimson
  Flying Fish
  Fog Portrait
  For You
  Four Preludes on Playthings of the Wind
  Galoots
  Glimmer
  Good Night
  Grieg Being Dead
  Half Moon in a High Wind
  The Hangman at Home
  Harvest Sunset
  Hate
  Hats
  Haze
  Helga
  High Conspiratorial Persons
  His Own Face Hidden
  Home Fires
  Home Thoughts
  Honky Tonk in Cleveland, Ohio
  Hoodlums
  Horse Fiddle
  How Much?
  How Yesterday Looked
  Hummingbird Woman
  In the Shadow of the Palace
  Jack London and O. Henry
  Jazz Fantasia
  Jug
  Just Before April Came
  Killers
  Laughing Blue Steel
  The Lawyers Know Too Much
  Let Love Go On
  Letter S
  The Liars
  Long Guns
  Losers
  Man, the Man-hunter
  Manual System
  Manufactured Gods
  Mascots
  Mask
  The Mayor of Gary
  Memoranda
  Mist Forms
  Mohammed Bek Hadjetlache
  My People
  Neighbors
  Never Born
  New Farm Tractor
  Night Movement—New York
  Night Stuff
  Night's Nothings Again
  North Atlantic
  "Old-fashioned Requited Love"
  Omaha
  Ossawatomie
  Panels
  Paula
  Peach Blossoms
  Pencils
  Pennsylvania
  People Who Must
  People with Proud Chins
  Pick-offs
  Pigeon
  Places
  Plaster
  Pods
  Portrait
  Potomac River Mist
  Potomac Town in February
  Prayer after World War
  Proud and Beautiful
  Purple Martins
  Put off the Wedding Five Times and Nobody Comes to It
  Real Estate News
  Red-headed Restaurant Cashier
  Remorse
  River Moons
  Rusty Crimson
  Sand Scribblings
  Sandhill People
  Sandpipers
  Savoir Faire
  Sea-wash
  Shag-bark Hickory
  Shirt
  Silver Wind
  The Sins of Kalamazoo
  The Skyscraper Loves Night
  Sleepyheads
  Slippery
  Smoke and Steel
  Smoke Rose Gold
  Snow
  Soup
  The South Wind Says So
  Spanish
  Stars, Songs, Faces
  Streets Too Old
  Stripes
  Sumach and Birds
  Summer Stars
  Swirl
  Tangibles
  Tawny
  Telegram
  Testimony Regarding a Ghost
  They All Want to Play Hamlet
  They Ask Each Other Where They Came From
  They Buy with an Eye to Looks
  Thin Strips
  Three Ghosts
  Three Spring Notations on Bipeds
  Three Violins
  Threes
  Throw Roses
  Throwbacks
  Timber Wings
  Trinity Peace
  Two Items
  Two Strangers Breakfast
  Valley Song
  Vaudeville Dancer
  Weeds
  Whiffletree
  Whirls
  White Ash
  White Hands
  The Wind Sings Welcome in Early Spring
  Wind Song
  Winter Milk
  Wistful
  Woman with a Past
  Women Washing Their Hair
  Work Gangs
  Yes, the Dead Speak to Us
1920 208 521k eBook Download PDF - 'Smoke and Steel' (ACSX004) Find a printed copy of Smoke and Steel by Carl Sandburg at AbeBooks

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