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Biography of Alan Seeger

Alan Seeger

Alan Seeger (1886 - 1916)

Alan Seeger was an American poet, born in New York City. Seeger graduated from Harvard at 1910. During World War I he served in the French Foreign Legion and was killed in battle in 1916. He is famous for his war poem, I Have a Rendezvous with Death. He was twenty-two when this photograph was taken while he was a student at Harvard.


77 Poems written by Alan Seeger

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I Have A Rendezvous With Death Comments and analysis of I Have A Rendezvous With Death by Alan Seeger 68 Comments
Sonnet 08 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 08 by Alan Seeger 9 Comments
Tezcotzinco Comments and analysis of Tezcotzinco by Alan Seeger 7 Comments
The Need to Love Comments and analysis of The Need to Love by Alan Seeger 7 Comments
Sonnet 02 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 02 by Alan Seeger 4 Comments
Sonnet VI Comments and analysis of Sonnet VI by Alan Seeger 4 Comments
Written in a Volume of the Comtesse de Noailles Comments and analysis of Written in a Volume of the Comtesse de Noailles by Alan Seeger 4 Comments
Sonnet III Comments and analysis of Sonnet III by Alan Seeger 3 Comments
At the Tomb of Napoleon Comments and analysis of At the Tomb of Napoleon by Alan Seeger 2 Comments
Juvenilia, An Ode to Natural Beauty Comments and analysis of Juvenilia, An Ode to Natural Beauty by Alan Seeger 2 Comments
Maktoob Comments and analysis of Maktoob by Alan Seeger 2 Comments
Sonnet 10 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 10 by Alan Seeger 2 Comments
Sonnet V Comments and analysis of Sonnet V by Alan Seeger 2 Comments
All That's Not Love . . . Comments and analysis of All That's Not Love . . . by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Coucy Comments and analysis of Coucy by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Do You Remember Once . . . Comments and analysis of Do You Remember Once . . . by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Ode in Memory of the American Volunteers Fallen for France Comments and analysis of Ode in Memory of the American Volunteers Fallen for France by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet 04 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 04 by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet 06 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 06 by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet 07 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 07 by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet 12 Comments and analysis of Sonnet 12 by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet VII Comments and analysis of Sonnet VII by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet X Comments and analysis of Sonnet X by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet XII Comments and analysis of Sonnet XII by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Sonnet XVI: Who Shall Invoke Her Comments and analysis of Sonnet XVI: Who Shall Invoke Her by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
The Nympholept Comments and analysis of The Nympholept by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
The Rendezvous Comments and analysis of The Rendezvous by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Tithonus Comments and analysis of Tithonus by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
Translations: Dante - Inferno, Canto XXVI Comments and analysis of Translations: Dante - Inferno, Canto XXVI by Alan Seeger 1 Comment
A Message to America
After an Epigram of Clement Marot
An Ode to Antares
Antinous
Ariosto. Orlando Furioso, Canto X, 91-99
Bellinglise
Broceliande
Champagne, 1914-15
El Extraviado
Eudaemon
Fragments
I Loved...
Introduction and Conclusion of a Long Poem
Kyrenaikos
La Nue
Liebestod
Lyonesse
On a Theme in the Greek Anthology
On the Cliffs, Newport
Oneata
Paris
Rendezvous
Resurgam
Sonnet 01
Sonnet 03
Sonnet 05
Sonnet 11
Sonnet I
Sonnet II
Sonnet IV
Sonnet IX
Sonnet VIII
Sonnet XI
Sonnet XIII
Sonnet XIV
Sonnet XV
The Aisne
The Bayadere
The Deserted Garden
The Hosts
The Old Lowe House, Staten Island
The Sultan's Palace
The Torture of Cuauhtemoc
The Wanderer
To England at the Outbreak of the Balkan War
Virginibus Puerisque . . .
Vivien
With a Copy of Shakespeare's Sonnets on Leaving College


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