Roethke, Theodore

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Roethke, Theodore

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1908-1963

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Theodore Roethke was a professor of English at the University of Washington, Lafayette, Pennsylvania State and Bennington. As a poet he was awarded many fellowships and honours, such as two Guggenheim fellowships, the Eunice Tietjens prize (1947), and the Levinson award (1951). In 1954 Roethke won the Pullitzer Prize for poetry with The Waking.

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