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Full Name: Stanley Jasspon Kunitz
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(1905-2006) Poet. Stanley Kunitz was born in Worcester, Massachusetts and died in New York City. He was Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1974 to 1976 and Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 2000 to 2001. He taught at many colleges and universities including Columbia University in Manhattan, New York. His first collection of poems, "Intellectual Things," was published in 1930 and was followed by several more collections.
Author's Timeline:
1905 (Unknown) County
Stanley Jasspon Kunitz was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1905. 
1967 New York County
Kunitz taught poetry for many years at Columbia University in Manhattan, New York. (1967-1985) 
1930 (Unknown) County
Intellectual Things
Collection of poems. 
2006 New York County
Stanley Kunitz died in Manhattan, New York, in 2006. 
1958 (Unknown) County
Selected Poems 1928-1958
Pulitzer Prize winner.  
1971 (Unknown) County
The Testing-Tree
Poetry. 
1974 (Unknown) County
The Coat Without a Seam
 
1978 (Unknown) County
The Lincoln Relics
 
1985 (Unknown) County
Next-to-Last Things
Poetry. 
1995 (Unknown) County
Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected
National Book Award.  
1979 (Unknown) County
The Poems of Stanley Kunitz: 1928–1978
Poetry. 
1983 (Unknown) County
The Wellfleet Whale and Companion Poems
Poetry. 
2000 (Unknown) County
Collected Poems
 
1940 (Unknown) County
Passport to the War
Poetry. 
2006 (Unknown) County
Stanley Kunitz is buried in the Provincetown Town Cemetery, Provincetown, Massachusetts. 
? New York County
Kunitz lived in New York City. 
? St. Lawrence County
Stanley Kunitz taught at many colleges and universities including the New York State Teachers College in Potsdam, New York.  
? New York County
Stanley Kunitz taught at many colleges and universities including the New School for Social Research in Manhattan, New York. 
? Queens County
Stanley Kunitz taught at many colleges and universities including Queens College, Flushing, New York. 

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