Donald Hall Quote: “It used to be that one…”

It used to be that one poet in each generation performed poems in public. In the twenties, it was Vachel Lindsay, who sometimes dropped to his knees in the middle of a poem. Then Robert Frost took over, and made his living largely on the road.

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