Robert Lowell Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Wife, Net Worth

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Robert Lowell (Robert Traill Spence Lowell IV)

Last Updated: 02 Mar, 2023 | Views: 354

Age: 60

Profession: Poet

Famous For: Lord Weary's Castle, Life Studies, For the Union Dead, The Dolphin (1973)

Higher Education: Graduated

Robert Lowell Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
01 Mar, 1917 (60 Years 06 Months 11 Days)
Birth Country
United States
Birth State/Province
Birth District
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Died on
12 Sep, 1977
Cause of Death
Heart Attack

Robert Lowell Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography):
Robert Traill Spence Lowell IV was born on March 1, 1917, and died on September 12, 1977. A poet from the United States, he was. Born into a Boston Brahmin family with Mayflower roots, he was the son of a Boston Brahmin. Throughout his poetry, he often refers to his family, both past and present. Boston and the New England region are often featured in his poems, which were informed by his upbringing in the city. During his early works, Lowell mythologized New England, according to literary scholar Paula Hayes.
The Christian symbols and motifs of Lowell's early poetry, as well as the historical references and intricate formalisms of his poetry, were distinctive features of his early poetry.
1944: Tate called Lowell a Catholic poet in his introduction to Lowell's first book of poetry Land of Unlikeness, which was greatly influenced by Lowell's conversion to Catholicism.
1946: Among Lowell's best-known poems is Land of Unlikeness, which he revised slightly and included thirty new poems in Lord Weary's Castle.
1947: There is a poem called "Mr. Edwards and the Spider" as well as one called "The Quaker Graveyard in Nantucket," which was given the Pulitzer Prize. 
In 1947 and 1948: Lowell served as the Library of Congress' Consultant in Poetry.
1951: It featured a title poem that failed to receive the high praise he had received for his previous book, The Mills of the Kavanaughs.
Other Work:
1944: Land of Unlikeness
1946: Lord Weary's Castle
1951: The Mills of The Kavanaughs
1956: Life Studies
1961: Phaedra and Imitations
He was on his way to see his ex-wife, Elizabeth Hardwick, when he suffered a heart attack in a Manhattan taxi cab on September 12, 1977. Stark Cemetery in Dunbarton, New Hampshire, is where he was buried


Robert Lowell Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 168 cm
In Meters 1.68 m
In Feet & Inches 5'6"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 73 kg
In Pounds 160 Ibs
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Hair Color

Robert Lowell Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Robert Traill Spencer Lowell III
Mother's Name
Charlotte Winslow
Lady Caroline Blackwood, Elizabeth Hardwick, Jean Stafford
Sheridan Lowell, Robert Sheriden Lowell
Harriet Lowell
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