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She married Max Maynard in 1948 and moved to Vermont were her husband was a professor at the University of Vermont. Even as a teen in school she wrote plays, poetry and newspaper article under the names of C. I've done it all my life, since around the age of seven - I started with lists. These anthologies and the numerous individual poems that were published served to define and sustain the general intellectual opposition to the war. A. where she met her life partner, Artist Mary Meigs.

Pages: 113

Publisher: Coach House Books (October 19, 2015)

ISBN: B016HBZD0C

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