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The Day Carl Sandburg Died is an exploration into the life and work of the iconic American, Carl Sandburg. When he died in 1967, his legacy suffered an unusual and inexplicably fast decline. His work was disparaged and his remarkable life all but forgotten. Sandburg’s radical free verse poetry, best known in Chicago Poems, changed 20th century poetry.
The Pulitzer Prize winner was also a biographer, a journalist, children’s storyteller, folk song collector, novelist, and autobiographer. He was a captivating performer, entertaining audiences on stage, radio and television enjoying the kind of fame, fortune and recognition that is rarely, if ever, afforded a poet. The Day Carl Sandburg Died revisits the impressive range of his work through modern-day celebrities, scholars, artists, family and friends.
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