Ogden Nash (1902-1971) was an American poet, well-known and admired for his humorous light verse for both adults and children. His work was written from keen observation of American social life and had a popular anti-establishment quality. Also a lyricist and screenwriter, he was born in New York and lived most of his life in Baltimore.
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