Dana Gioia

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Michael Dana Gioia (natus Hawthorne in urbe Californiae 24 Decembris 1950) est poeta, scriptor, et diurnarius Americanus. Alumnus est universitatum Stanfordiensis et Harvardianae. Praeses fuit Dotationis Nationalis Artium ab 2003 ad 2009. Quinque libros poeticos tresque libros iudicii litterarii, libellos operaticos, cyclos carminum, libros conversos, et plus quam viginti quattuor anthologias litterarum edidit. Professor poesis et culturae publicae Judge Widney in Universitate Californiensi Meridiana est, ubi nunc docet.[1] Mense Decembri 2015, poeta laureatus Californiensis creatus est.[2]

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  • Brennan, Matthew. 2012. Dana Gioia: A Critical Introduction. Story Line Press Critical Monographs.
  • Hagstrom, Jack W. C., et Bill Morgan. 2002. Dana Gioia: A Descriptive Bibliography with Critical Essays.
  • Haven, Cynthia. 2003. Dana Gioia Goes to Washington. Commonweal, 21 Novembris.
  • Kennedy, X. J., et Dana Gioia. 1994. An introduction to poetry. Ed. 8a. Novi Eboraci: HarperCollinsCollegePublishers. ISBN 0673522784, ISBN 0673522792.
  • Lanks, Belinda. 2002. Bush Picks Poet for NEA. ARTnews, December.
  • Lindner, April. 2003. Dana Gioia. Boise State University Western Writers Series, 143.
  • McCann, Janet. 2009. Dana Gioia: A Contemporary Metaphysics. Renascence 61(3): 193-205.
  • Miller, John J. 2004. Up from Mapplethorpe. National Review, 8 Martii.
  • Milliot, Jim. 2005. Gioia vows to change America's reading habits. Publishers Weekly, 27 Iunii.
  • Peich, Michael. 2000. Dana Gioia and Fine Press Printing. Kelly/Winterton Press.
  • Weber, Bruce. 2004. Poet Brokers Truce in Culture Wars. The New York Times, 7 Septembris.

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