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Anne Carson

Canadian poet, author, professor, and 2001 receiver of the T.S. Eliot Reward. She is most widely known for any 1998 verse book entitled Autobiography of Crimson; she also became a prominent translator of ANCIENT GREEK LANGUAGE literary functions. She became captivated by Greek and Roman books during her senior high school years and continuing to review Classics at St. Michael’s University of the University or college of Toronto. Her dramatic piece, Jude: The Goat at nighttime, was stated in 2011 within Task Sixty Six at London’s Bush Theater. She wedded Robert Currie, and both co-taught a a program known as Egocircus at NY University or college. She and Jane Urquhart, poets and authors from the same generation, had been both given birth to in Canada.

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