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Marriane Moore was an American poet, born in St. Louis in 1887.  She graduated from Bryn Mawr College 1909, and began work as a librarian and later as the acting editor of the Dial, one of the foremost journals of its time. Moore was perhaps best known for winning the Pulitzer Prize for her poetry, Collected Poems (1951).

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