Cooperman, Stanley

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Cooperman, Stanley

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1929-1976

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Poet Stanley Cooperman was born in New York City but became a Canadian citizen in 1972. He received his B.A. from New York University and his Ph.D. from the University of Indiana, where he held a teaching position. He also taught at the University of Oregon, Hofstra University and at Simon Fraser University where he was a professor of English from 1969-1976. During his early university career he worked as a journalist and freelance writer, only beginning to write poetry in his later life.

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