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American poet and translator of classics, notably Virgil's AENEID and Ovid's THE ART OF LOVE. A native of Philadelphia, he
attended both Stanford and Amherst, and later taught at both universities as well as others. His poems were published both
as collected works and individually in many journals. He loved horse races and baseball. He was living in Woodside, California,
when he died.
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