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by Robert Watson,Gibbons Ruark
Author: Robert Watson,Gibbons Ruark
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1968)
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The poets include Robert Watson, Randall Jarrell, Heather Miller, and Gibbons Ruark. Originally published in 1968.
The poets include Robert Watson, Randall Jarrell, Heather Miller, and Gibbons Ruark.
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Originally published in 1968.
Title: The Greensboro Reader. Publisher: UNC. Publication Date: 1968. Books can be returned within 10 days for any reason. 50 cents each additional book.
The Greensboro Reader. Robert Watson & Gibbons Ruark. Publisher Description. This volume of distinguished stories and poems brings together a number of writers who have either taught or studied at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro during the past thirty years.
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WATSON-Robert, a prominent American poet, passed away on February 27, 2012 in Greensboro, . to Winthrop and Laura Watson in 1925, Mr. Watson served in the Navy during World War II. He received a . from Williams College then an . in English from The Johns Hopkins University. He taught for several years at both institutions. In 1953, Mr. Watson came with his wife, the painter Betty Watson, to teach in the English Department at what is now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.