Lawrance Thompson

Lawrance Roger Thompson 3 April 1906 — 15 April 1973) was an American academic at Princeton University from the 1930s to 1970s. Apart from World War II, Thompson primarily taught English from 1939 to 1968 before teaching Belles-lettres from 1968 until his 1973 retirement. Outside of academics, Thompson wrote multiple books on American poets including a three-part biography on Robert Frost. Thompson's first part of his biography on Frost, ''Robert Frost: The Early Years, 1874-1915'' was nominated for the 1967 National Book Award for Arts and Letters. Years later, Thompson won the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for his second part of his biography titled ''Robert Frost: The Years of Triumph, 1915–1938''. After Thompson died in 1973 while writing the final part of his Frost biography, ''Robert Frost: The Later Years, 1938-1963'' was posthumously completed by Thompson's assistant R.H. Winnick in 1976. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1964
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973,
Published 1966
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1967
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1969
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1982
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1952
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1959
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1966
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by Thompson, Lawrance, 1906-1973.
Published 1961
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by Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
Published 1964
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