Jarrell, Randall

Personal Information

  • Gender: Male; Ethnicity: W.
  • Born in 1914.
  • Died in 1965.

Included Titles By Jarrell, Randall

Here are some other books by the author:
Children’s Fiction
The Gingerbread Rabbit, Macmillan, 1964
The Bat-Poet, Macmillan, 1964 (American Association of University Women Award recipient)
The Animal Family, Pantheon, 1965
Fly by Night, Farrar Straus, 1976
A Bat Is Born, Doubleday, 1978
Fiction
Pictures from an Institution, Knopf, 1954
Non-Fiction
Poetry and the Age, Knopf, 1953
The Anchor Book of Stories, Doubleday, 1958, Editor
The Best Short Stories of Rudyard Kipling, Hanover House, 1961, Editor
A Sad Heart at the Supermarket, Atheneum, 1962
Six Russian Short Novels, Doubleday, 1963, Editor
The Third Book of Criticism, Farrar Straus, 1969
Kipling, Auden & Co., Farrar Straus, 1980
About Popular Culture, Palaemon Press, 1981
Poetry
Five Young American Poets, New Directions, 1940
Blood for a Stranger, Harcourt Brace, 1942
Little Friend, Little Friend, Dial Press, 1945
Losses, Harcourt Brace, 1948
The Seven-League Crutches, Harcourt Brace, 1951
Selected Poems, Knopf, 1955
Uncollected Poems, 1958
The Woman at the Washington Zoo, Atheneum, 1960
Selected Poems, Atheneum, 1964
The Lost World, Macmillan, 1965 (Roanoke-Chowan Award recipient)
The Complete Poems, Farrar Straus, 1969
The Achievement of Randall Jarrell, Scott Foresman, 1970
Jerome, Grossman, 1971
Theatrical Production Fiction
The Three Sisters, Macmillan, 1969, Adaptation

See selections from the Randall Jarrell Papers

N.C. Locations Associated with Jarrell, Randall

Resided in:
Greensboro (City/Town)
Taught at:
University of North Carolina -Greensboro
Manuscript Location:
University of North Carolina -Greensboro

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