Donald Hall Quote: “In 1975, I quit my tenure…”

In 1975, I quit my tenure, and we moved from Ann Arbor to New Hampshire. It was daunting to pay for groceries and the mortgage by freelance writing – but it worked, and I loved doing it.

Donald Hall


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Name: Donald Hall
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: September 20, 1928
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