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Wallace Stevens
(1879 - 1955)

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1879 Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, 2 October
1897 Enters Harvard
1900 Finishes at Harvard
1901 Attends New York Law School
1903 Graduates from New York Law School
1904 Admitted to the U.S. Bar
1909 Marries Elsie Kachel
1914 Four poems published in a special wartime issue of Poetry
1916 Joins Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company
1923 Harmonium published
1934 Vice president of Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co.
1935 Ideas of Order published
1937 The Man With the Blue Guitar published
1942 Notes Towards a Supreme Fiction published
1945 Elected to National Institute of Arts and Letters
1950 Wins Bollingen Prize in Poetry
1951 The Necessary Angel published
1954 Collected Poems published
1955 Dies 2 August in Hartford
1955 Wins National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (for Collected Poems)
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