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Richard Eberhart (1904-2005) | Harvard Square Library

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Richard Eberhart (1904-2005) Richard Eberhart Richard Eberhart Married to Helen Butcher from 1941 to 1993, Eberhart had two children, Richard and Gretchen, and six grandchildren. Eberhart's U.S. Navy experience as an aerial-gunnery officer during World War II led to his most famous poem, "The Fury of Aerial Bombardment. Eberhart was the author of sixteen books, beginning with A Bravery of Earth in 1930, and co-editor of War and the Poet in 1945. Editions of his Collected Poems won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1966 and a National Book Award in 1977. to view supplemental reading to Richard Eberhart on Amazon.


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RICHARD EBERHART

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Richard Eberhart Richard Eberhart Richard Eberhart Married to Helen Butcher from 1941 to 1993, Eberhart had two children, Richard and Gretchen, and six grandchildren. Eberhart's U.S. Navy experience as an aerial-gunnery officer during World War II led to his most famous poem, "The Fury of Aerial Bombardment. Eberhart was the author of sixteen books, beginning with A Bravery of Earth in 1930, and co-editor of War and the Poet in 1945. Editions of his Collected Poems won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1966 and a National Book Award in 1977.


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Poetry workshops which grew around Holmes included John Ciardi, Richard Eberhart, Richard Wilbur, and May Sarton.


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