Guthrie, Ramon

Guthrie, Ramon

(1896–1973) poet; born in New York City. He was educated in France (1919–23), and taught French at several institutions, notably at Dartmouth College (1930–63). He is known for lyrical and humanist poetry, as in Maximum Security Ward (1970).
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