Marianne Craig Moore (Moore Marianne Craig)( American poet.)
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Biography Marianne Craig Moore (Moore Marianne Craig)
Her work TS Eliot called 'particle that is very rare material, which is called neefemernoy contemporary poetry'.
Born November 15, 1887 in St. Louis (pc. Missouri). Interest in biology at Bryn Mawr College and has affected her poetry, she wrote a lot about animals, plants, birds. Moore's first book Poems (Poems, 1921) was published by friends without the knowledge of the author. In 1925-1929 she was an editor at one of the most representative American literary magazines of the time - 'Dayel'. On the publication of Selected Poems (Selected Poems, 1935), Moore became one of the major American poets. Her collection of poems (Collected Poems, 1951) noted the Pulitzer and National Book Award. Critical articles collected mostly in the books of Preferences (Predilections, 1955) and Anthology of Marianne Moore (A Marianne Moore Reader, 1961). Collected Prose of Marianne Moore (The Complete Prose of Marianne Moore, 1986) contains more than 400 works: essays, reviews, short stories, essays, annotations on the jacket. Translation of La Fontaine's fables came out in 1954 and 1955, Collected Poems (Complete Poems) - 1967. Moore died in New York on February 5, 1972.
Moore believed that the poet must be a 'literalist of the imagination', his work - this 'imaginary gardens, which inhabit the real toads': such is the art form to embody all that is usually regarded as ugly and antipoetichnym. On his poems Moore talked about as 'a kind of meeting flies in amber'. In search of 'flies', it focuses any oddities like armadillo shell and footwear Bracers, . or the most ordinary occupations, . such baseball, . sometimes Antiquities, . but always recreated unconventional, . with a microscopically precise details,
Equally unexpected, as shaped fabric, installation of numerous quotations from various sources in the mouths of different people. Metric drawing lines, invented by itself, strict and so thin, that is not immediately evident. The string length is determined by the number of syllables rather than the number of stress. Rhymes are never intrusive. Although Moore never worn by the formal perfection of his poems, it is certainly one of the most skilful masters of contemporary poetry.