• Sandburg, Carl

    Carl Sandburg (1878 – 1967) was an American writer who distinguished himself in the fields of poetry, history, biography, fiction, and music. He won two Pulitzer Prizes for his poetry – the first for Cornhuskers in 1919 and the second for his Complete Poems in 1950. According to one critic it was Sandburg who ‘put America on paper.’

"Candlestick’s website is enticing and you might find yourself buying pamphlets of poems about puddings and bicycles..."Erica Wagner
The Times

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