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General Information:
Full Name: Frederick Morgan
Biography:
(1922-2004) Poet. (George) Frederick Morgan was born in New York in 1922 and attended Saint Bernard's School in Manhattan, New York. He lived in Manhattan, New York, and died there in 2004. He was a founder and editor of The Hudson Review.
Author's Timeline:
1922 New York County
Frederick Morgan was born in New York in 1922. 
2004 New York County
Frederick Morgan died at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, New York, in 2004. 
1972 (Unknown) County
A Book Of Change
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons. ISBN: 0-684-13962-6)
Collection of poetry. 
1987 (Unknown) County
Poems: New and Selected
(Pub: University of Illinois Press. ISBN: 0-252-01433-2)
Collection of poetry. 
2003 (Unknown) County
The One Abiding
(Pub: Story Line Press. ISBN: 1-58654-021-1)
Collection of poetry. 
2002 (Unknown) County
The Night Sky
(Pub: Story Line Press ISBN: 1-58654-017-3)
Collection of poetry, 2002 limited edition with photographs by Gaylen Morgan. 
1977 (Unknown) County
Poems of the Two Worlds
(Pub: University of Illinois Press. ISBN: 0-252-00604-6)
Collection of poetry. 
2000 (Unknown) County
Washington Square
(Pub: Aralia Press. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry, limited edition with a tipped in photo frontis piece photograph by Gaylen Morgan. 
1995 (Unknown) County
Poems for Paula
(Pub: Story Line Press. ISBN: 1-885266-14-6)
Collection of poetry. 
1983 (Unknown) County
Eleven Poems
(Pub: Nadja. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry, limited edition. 
1978 (Unknown) County
The Tarot of Cornelius Agrippa
(Pub: Sagarin Press, Sand Lake, New York. ISBN: 0-915298-11-2)
Prose, limited edition. 
1984 (Unknown) County
The Fountain and Other Fables
(Pub: The Pterodactyl Press, Cumberland, Iowa. ISBN: 0-931757-00-2 (hardcover); 0-931757-01-0 (softcover))
Prose, limited edition. 
? New York County
Morgan attended Saint Bernard's School in Manhattan, New York. 

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