Moore, Richard, 1927-
Richard Moore (Yale 1950) is the author of ten volumes of poetry; a novel, The Investigator (1991); a collection of essays, The Rule That Liberates (1994); and translations of Plautus's Captivi (1995) and Euripedes's Hippolytus (1998). Moore's books of poetry include The Mouse Whole: An Epic (1996), Pygmies and Pyramids (1998), and The Naked Scarecrow (2000). Moore taught at Boston University, Brandeis University, the New England Conservatory of Music, and Clark University. He led the Agape poetry series in Boston and The Poetry Exchange in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Leesburg, Virginia.
From the description of Richard Moore papers, 1940-2009. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702203239
From the guide to the Richard Moore papers, 1940-2009, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library)
American author Richard Moore was born and educated in Connecticut. He achieved considerable early success placing poems in distinguished journals. His verse is meticulous and versatile, often influenced by his interest in mathematics, and has been widely praised by fellow poets. He has also published literary criticism, essays on diverse topics, and a novel, and has worked as an educator in America and Europe.
From the description of Richard Moore letters to Louis Untermeyer, 1965. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 54484345
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