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Biography of Linda Pastan

Linda Pastan

Linda Pastan (1932 - Present)

Linda Pastan was born in New York City in 1932. She has published many books of poetry, including The Five Stages of Grief (1981), Waiting for My Life (1981), and PM/AM: New and Selected Poems (1982). She has won the Dylan Thomas Award, the Di Castagnola Award, The Bess Hokin Prize of Poetry magazine, the Virginia Faulkner Award from Prairie Schooner, and a Pushcart Prize. She lives in Potomac, Maryland.



17 Poems written by Linda Pastan

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After Adam Zagajewski
Because the shad
Finding a new poet
I have banked the fires
I remember what my father told me: Comments and analysis of Something About The Trees by Linda Pastan 13 Comments
I sing a song
Into the gravity of my life, Comments and analysis of The New Dog by Linda Pastan 2 Comments
It was early May, I think Comments and analysis of The Happiest Day by Linda Pastan 431 Comments
Pierre Bonnard would enter
Some say
The door of winter Comments and analysis of Wind Chill by Linda Pastan 1 Comment
The gathering family Comments and analysis of Home For Thanksgiving by Linda Pastan 8 Comments
We think of hidden in a white dress Comments and analysis of Emily Dickinson by Linda Pastan 225 Comments
What we want Comments and analysis of What We Want by Linda Pastan 6 Comments
When I taught you Comments and analysis of To A Daughter Leaving Home by Linda Pastan 6 Comments
When our cars touched
When they taught me that what mattered most Comments and analysis of Prosody 101 by Linda Pastan 6 Comments


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