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Hart Crane

a.k.a. Howard Hart Crane

Author Code: AHHC

Born: Jul 21, 1899 - Garrettsville, Ohio, USA

Died: Apr. 27, 1932 - Gulf of Mexico

Crane dropped out of high school in his third year and moved on his own to New York City. He worked as a copywriter between 1917 and 1924, but also returned to Cleveland once in a while to work in his father's candy factory. During the early 1920s, Crane published some lyrics until, in 1926, he produced White Buildings. The works contains some of his best verse. He returned to New York in 1928 and, having an homosexual affair, moved into his lover's father's home in Brooklyn Heights. From there he had the Brooklyn Bridge as a vista and, in 1930, produced The Bridge, which has it as a starting point. In 1929, he left for Paris, then moved to the south of France, where he lived in Harry Crosby's country estate. Back in Paris later that year, he got into a drunken fight with police and spent six days in jail. Returning to America, The Bridge, newly published, received poor reviews, which further depressed him. Crane received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1931, but his drinking went on. Aboard a ship in the Gulf of Mexico, he was beaten after making sexual advances to a crew member. He jumped overboard the following day and his body was never recovered. Crane was a major influence on Eugene O'Neill, Tennessee Williams and Robert Lowell, to name a few. His other works include The Broken Tower (1931), Letters (1952 Posthumous) and The Complete Poems and Selected Letters and Prose (1966 Posthumous).

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AHHC001 Selected Poetry
  The Air Plant
  Annunciations
  At Melville's Tomb
  Atlantis
  The Bathers
  Black Tambourine
  The Broken Tower
  To Brooklyn Bridge
  C-33
  Cape Hatteras
  Carmen De Boheme
  Carrier Letter
  Chaplinesque
  Cutty Sark
  The Dance
  Echoes
  To Emily Dickinson
  Exile
  Fear
  For The Marriage Of Faustus And Helen
  Forgetfulness
  Garden Abstract
  The Great Western Plains
  The Hive
  The Hurricane
  In Shadow
  Interior
  Legende
  Locutions des Pierrots
  Modern Craft
  My Grandmother's Love Letters
  A Name For All
  North Labrador
  O Carib Isle!
  October-November
  Passage
  Pastorale
  A Persuasion
  Porphyro in Akron
  Postscript
  To Potapovitch
  Praise for an Urn
  Quaker Hill
  Recitative
  Repose Of Rivers
  Southern Cross
  The Tunnel
  The Visible, The Untrue
  Voyages
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