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Archibald MacLeish
(1892 - 1982)



"Writers, if they are worthy of that jealous designation, do not write for other writers. They write to give reality to experience."

Archibald MacLeish

U.S. poet, playwright, teacher, and public official, whose concern for liberal democracy figured in much of his work, although his most memorable lyrics are of a more private nature.
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