Wallace Stevens- Timeline

Updated: Apr 12

1879 -----> Wallace Stevens was born in Reading, Pennsylvania.

1897 -----> Did Undergraduate in Harvard and enrolled as a special student.

1900 -----> Worked as a reporter for New York Herald Tribune


1901 -----> He entered New York School.


1904 -----> He got admitted to New York State Bar.

1909 -----> He got married with Elsie V. Kachel

1911 -----> His father died.


1912 -----> His mother died.


1914 -----> His first publication of The Trend and A Magazine of Verse.


1916 -----> He joined the legal staff of Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company.


1923 -----> Harmonium was published.

1934 -----> He became the Vice-President of Hartford Accident and Indemnity

Company.


1936 ----->Ideas of Order was published.


1937 -----> The Man with the Blue Guitar was published.

1942 -----> Parts of the World was published.

1946 -----> He became a member of the National Institue of Arts and Letters.


1947 -----> Transport to Summer was published.


1950 -----> The Auroras of Autumn work received Bollingen Prize in Poetry.


1951 -----> The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination was published.


1954 -----> The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens was published.


1955 -----> He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry and a National Book Award. In the same year, he passed away.


1957 -----> Opus Posthumous was published.

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