Definition of Hart crane
1. Noun. United States poet (1899-1932).
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1. Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts by Benjamin F Arrington, Lewis Publishing Company (1922)
"... was born in Willi- niantic, Connecticut, October 7, 1860, son of Patrick and Bridget (Hart) Crane, both of whom were born in Sligo, Ireland. ..."
2. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1897)
"... 1949 (Library edition; 750 copies are reserved for sale in the United States of America) Mr. John Howard Birss — Two Letters: hart crane. ..."
3. A Grammar of the English Language: For the Use of Schools by William Harvey Wells (1848)
"The division of words into transitive and intransitive is also adopted in the grammars of Arnold, Webster, M'Culloch, Hart, Crane. ..."
4. A Grammar of the English Language: For the Use of Schools by William Harvey Wells (1859)
"The division of words into transitive and intransitive is also adopted in the grammars of Arnold, Webster, M'Culloch, Hart. Crane, Frost, Butler, Bullions, ..."
5. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1920)
"By hart crane. Pag. Sept. (60.) Austin, F. Britten. Review of " According to Orders." By Dorothy Scarborough. NY Sun. March 2. (2.) Barbusse, Henri. Sun. ..."
6. Marianne Moore: Vision Into Verse by Patricia C. Willis (1987)
"... Alfred Kreymborg, EE Cummings, Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Louis Untermeyer, AE, hart crane, Djuna Barnes, and Marianne Moore. ..."
7. Henry Adams and His World by David R. Contosta, Robert Muccigrosso (1993)
"versions: from comic books and cigar store Indians and popular music to the writings of hart crane, Vachel Lindsay, and John Barth. ..."
8. Russian Refugees in France and the United States Between the World Wars by James E. Hassell (1991)
"29 Poets Marianne Moore and hart crane were Villagers. Eugene O'Neill was still there, having been one of the ..."