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Full Name: Paul Goodman
(1911-1972) Poet, essayist, critic, writer. Paul Goodman was born in New York City. He studied philosophy at the City College in New York City, receiving a bachelor of arts in 1931. His most well-known work is "Growing Up Absurd" (1960).
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1911 (Unknown) County
Paul Goodman was born in New York City in 1911. 
1931 New York County
Goodman studied philosophy at the City College of New York in Manhattan, New York, and received a bachelor of arts degree in 1931. 
1960 (Unknown) County
Growing Up Absurd: Problems Of Youth In The Organized Society
1972 (Unknown) County
Paul Goodman died in 1972. 
1942 (Unknown) County
The Grand Piano: Or, The Almanac Of Alienation
(Pub: San Francisco: Colt Press. ISBN: )
Novel. Volume one of The Empire City. 
1951 (Unknown) County
Parents' Day
(Pub: Saugatuck, Connecticut: 5 X 8 Press; reprinted Santa Barbara, California: Black Sparrow Press, 1985. ISBN: )
1973 (Unknown) County
Collected Poems
(Pub: New York: Random House. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry, edited by Taylor Stoehr, with a memoir by George Dennison. 
1947 (Unknown) County
Kafka's Prayer
(Pub: New York: Vanguard Press; reprinted New York: Stonehill, 1976. ISBN: )
1972 (Unknown) County
Paul Goodman is buried in Stratford Center Cemetery, Stratford, Coos County, New Hampshire. 
1970 (Unknown) County
New Reformation: Notes Of A Neolithic Conservative
(Pub: New York: Random House. ISBN: )
1942 (Unknown) County
Pieces Of Three
(Pub: Harrington Park, New Jersey: 5 X 8 Press. ISBN: )
Nonfictiion written with Meyer Liben and Edouard Roditi.  
1946 (Unknown) County
The State Of Nature
(Pub: New York: Vanguard Press. ISBN: )
Fiction, volume two of The Empire City. 
1950 (Unknown) County
The Dead Of Spring
(Pub: Glen Gardner, New Jersey: Libertarian Press. ISBN: )
Fiction, volume three of The Empire City. 
1959 (Unknown) County
The Empire City
(Pub: Indianapolis & New York: Bobbs-Merrill; reprinted New York: Vintage, 1977; reprint Santa Rosa, California: Black Sparrow Press, 2001. ISBN: )

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