This Biography is about one of the best Poet Allen Tate including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Allen Tate|
|Real Name||Allen Tate|
|Nick Name||John Orley Allen Tate|
|Personal life of Allen Tate|
|Born on||19 November 1899|
|Died At Age||79|
|Died on||09 February 1979|
|Place of death||Nashville|
|Education||1922 – Vanderbilt University|
|Personal Fact of Allen Tate|
Allen Tate was a famous American poet laureate from Winchester, who initially pursued music and later turned his interests towards literature. Along with his friend and fellow poet Robert Warren, he became a member of literary ssociations, Fugitives and ‘Southern Agrarians’. In the beginning this poet was not affiliated to any publication and his contributions to journals and magazines were solely on a freelance basis.
Soon, after meeting British poet T.S. Eliot in London, whom he idolized, the American poet started publishing his works. The first book of poems ‘Mr Pope and Other Poems’ was well-received by literary critics, and it contained one of his finest creations titled ‘Ode to the Confederate Dead’. After the success of his initial works, he continued publishing poems and essays, a lot of them talking about his religious and anti-fascist political beliefs.
For a brief period of time, he worked for ‘The American Review’, a popular American magazine that touched upon subjects of politics and literature. Apart from writing on a regular basis, he helped give ‘The Sewanee Review’ journal a whole new look and feel. He was also a poet-in-residence for Princeton University and eventually taught English Literature at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.