Margaret Widdemer

Margaret Widdemer

Margaret Widdemer
1884 -1978

Margaret Widdemer Biography

Margaret Widdemer (1884-1978) was an American poet and novelist. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she grew up in a family of writers and artists and began writing poetry at a young age. Widdemer published her first collection of poems, "The Tortoise and the Hare," in 1910 and went on to publish several more collections throughout her career. She won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1919 for "Old Road to Paradise." In addition to her poetry, Widdemer wrote several novels, including "The Loop of the Lariat" (1923) and "Shadow-Land" (1926). She was a prolific writer who lived a long and productive life, publishing her last collection of poetry at the age of 92. Widdemer was known for her lyrical style and her ability to capture the beauty and mystery of nature in her work.

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