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Full Name: Mary Oliver
Biography:
(1935-2019) Poet. Mary Oliver was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and died in Hobe Sound, Florida. She was a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author of more than twenty volumes of verse.
Author's Timeline:
1935 (Unknown) County
Mary Oliver was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 10, 1935. 
1983 (Unknown) County
American Primitive
(Pub: Little, Brown & Company ISBN: 0316650021 / 978-0316650021)
Ms. Oliver won a Pulitzer Prize for her poetry collection, "American Primitive," in 1984. 
1992 (Unknown) County
New and Selected Poems
(Pub: Beacon Press ISBN: 0807068187 / 978-0807068182)
Ms. Oliver won a National Book Award for her poetry collection, "New and Selected Poems," in 1992. 
2010 (Unknown) County
Swan: Poems and Prose Poems
(Pub: Beacon Press ISBN: 0807068991 / 978-0807068991)
Collection of poetry. 
1965 (Unknown) County
No Voyage and Other Poems
(Pub: Houghton Mifflin Company ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1972 (Unknown) County
The River Styx, Ohio
(Pub: Harcourt Publishers Ltd. ISBN: 0151777500 / 978-0151777501)
Collection of poetry. 
1990 (Unknown) County
House Of Light
(Pub: Beacon Press ISBN: 0807068101 / 978-0807068106)
Collection of poetry. 
2000 (Unknown) County
The Leaf And The Cloud
(Pub: Da Capo Press ISBN: 0306809931 / 978-0306809934)
Poetry. 
2009 (Unknown) County
Evidence
(Pub: Beacon Press ISBN: 0807068985 / 978-0807068984)
Collection of poetry. 
2014 (Unknown) County
Blue Horses
(Pub: Penguin Press ISBN: 1594204799 / 978-1594204791)
Collection of poetry. 
2015 (Unknown) County
Felicity
(Pub: Penguin Press ISBN: 1594206764 / 978-1594206764)
Collection of poetry. 
2019 (Unknown) County
Mary Oliver died at her home in Hobe Sound, Florida, on January 17, 2019. 
? Dutchess County
Ms. Oliver studied at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. 
? Columbia County
Ms. Oliver lived for several years at Steepletop, the former home of Edna St. Vincent Millay, in Austerlitz, New York. 

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