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Sandburg

Carl. 1878--1967, US writer, noted esp for his poetry, often written in free verse
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In his poem "Languages" (10), Sandburg expresses the awareness that language is an activity continuously in flux, having both a time-binding and space-binding dimension, expressed in imagery of rivers, effluvia, and continual movement through time (italics mine):
Their serve was huge,'' the Boston College-bound Wagner said of Hohenstein and Sandburg.
Poet that he was, Carl Sandburg no doubt held his words in sharp focus and meant precisely what he said when he spoke of "invisible companionships" that "surprised" him--some of them clandestine enough to qualify as presences that "lurk" and "murmur.
Carl Sandburg, The Chicago Race Riots of July, 1919 (New York, 1919), chapter two; Johnson, "New Frontage," 287; E.
The poems are derived from the voluminous Sandburg papers that are housed in the library at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.
A key concern, Sandburg explains, was to provide adequate continuity of project effort and contractual fulfillment.
I want to especially recognize the superintendent of Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Connie Blacklund -- Backlund, rather; Linda Holt, the president of the Friends of Carl Sandburg Home is here as well.
Sandburg worked with Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas along with BNSF to make the project happen.
In an opening note, Burlingame compares himself to previous Lincoln biographer Carl Sandburg, underscoring his scholarly agenda as opposed to Sandburg's aesthetic one.
Sandburg also won the Pulitzer Prize with his four-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln.
Forestry technician Irene Van Hoff discovered the pests on hemlocks at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site in western North Carolina in 2001.
so proud to be alive and coarse and strong and cunning," wrote Sandburg 90 years ago.