He gets an education at Harvard.
Love affair with Elaine Thayer, wife of Scofield Thayer.
Tulips and Chimneys, first book of poems.
March 19, marries Elaine Thayer in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Him, a play in three acts, published
May 1, Marries Anne Barton. Honeymoons in Europe, May-July 20
Separates from Anne Barton in October.
No Thanks. In April, gives one of his first public readings at Bennington College.
Encouraged by Theodore Spencer, gives poetry reading at Harvard
50 Poems written.
Death of his mother in January
Reunion with daughter, Nancy.
Poems 1923-1954. One-man show at Rochester Memorial Art Gallery.
Begins a seven-year career of poetry readings at colleges and universities.
Travels to Spain and Italy.
Chosen as Boston Arts Festival Poet.
95 Poems. Bollingen Prize for Poetry. First edition of A Miscellany.
Ford Foundation grant (2 years). Travels to Ireland.
Travels to Sicily, Italy, Greece.
Died of cerebral hemorrhage