Babette Deutsch

Babette Deutsch books and biography


Babette Deutsch

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Babette Deutsch (22 September 1895 – 13 November 1982) was an US poet, critic, translator, and novelist.

Born in New York City, she wrote on a diverse range of topics. Deutsch was married to critic Avrahm Yarmolinsky. She published poems in magazines such as the North American Review and the New Republic while still a student at Barnard College.

To her, "The poet ... like the lover ... is a person unable to reconcile what he knows with what he feels. His peculiarity is that he is under a certain compulsion to do so."




Poetic Collections

  • Animal, Vegetable, Mineral (1954)
  • Coming of Age (1959)
  • Collected Poems, 1919-1962 (1963)

Other Works

  • Mask of Silenus (1933)
  • Poetry in Our Time (1954)
  • Poetry Handbook (1957)

External link

  • Deutsch, Babette

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