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Sandburg

Carl. 1878--1967, US writer, noted esp for his poetry, often written in free verse
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Sandburg was also a popular lecturer, a writer of children's stories, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian.
The efforts of the Defender to embody and define race aspirations, and of Sandburg to reflect assumptions of earlier, more fully assimilated immigrants, suggest how distinct were the discourses of cultural and political hegemony produced by Chicago's diverse and competing communities.
Most parents don't realize the impact that oral health can have on their children's overall health and happiness," said Laurie Hinzman, principal of Sandburg Elementary School.
An ode to the city in which Sandburg lived, "Chicago" is perhaps his best-known poem.
Visitors can stroll about the farm in North Carolina, as Sandburg did to refresh himself, and explore the barn area where the National Park Service maintains a small herd of goats and demonstrates cheesemaking during the summer months.
She is credited with having discovered for the magazine Carl Sandburg and Edgar Lee Masters.
We still see our country the way Franklin did -- or, as the poet Carl Sandburg put it: "In the crimson light of a rising sun fresh from the hand of God.
Aimee Brunllieb, a nutrition services employee at Carl Sandburg Junior High School in Rolling Meadows, could have kept going after noticing a child on the ground while walking her dog on a cold winter evening in the city where she works and lives.
Carl Sandburg, Theodore Roethke, and Ring Lardner each merit a chapter, but Robert Frost, Jane Kenyon, and Arthur Miller must share a single chapter, as none of them resided within the state for their working lives or wrote extensively about Michigan.
3 -- 5) Parts of the faces of Albert Einstein, Ernest Hemingway and Carl Sandburg were used to created the face of E.
The renaissance also encompassed the revitalization of journalism as a literary medium; writers such as Floyd Dell, Anderson, Dreiser, and Sandburg all were associated at one time with Chicago newspapers.