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Sara Teasdale
(1884 - 1933)

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1884 Born 8 August in St. Louis
1903 Graduates from Hosmer Hall, private school
1905 Travels to Europe
1907 Sonnets to Duse, and Other Poems published
1911 Helen of Troy, and Other Poems pubished
1914 Marries Ernst B. Filsinger 19 December
1915 Rivers to the Sea published
1917 Love Songs published
1918 Wins the Columbia University Poetry Society prize (forerunner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry)and the annual prize of the Poetry Society of America for Love Songs
1920 Flame and Shadow published
1926 Dark of the Moon published
1929 Marriage ends in divorce
1930 Stars To-night published
1933 Strange Victory published
1933 Commits suicide 29 January
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