George Frederick Morgan

George Frederick Morgan

George Frederick Morgan

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George Frederick Morgan, (April 25, 1922 — February 20, 2004) was a poet and founder (1948) and long-time editor (1948-1998) of The Hudson Review, along with his wife Paula Dietz.

Frederick Morgan attended Princeton University, studying under Allen Tate. Morgan also translated poems from the French.



  • The Night Sky, Story Line Press
  • The One Abiding (2002)
  • Poems for Paula, Story Line Press (1995)
  • Poems: New and Selected , University of Illinois Press (1987)
  • Northbook, University of Illinois Press (1982)
  • Poems of the Two Worlds, University of Illinois Press (1977)


Lieberman, Laurence 1995 "William Stafford and Frederick Morgan: The Shocks Of Normality," pp. 264ff. in his Beyond the Muse of Memory: Essays on Contemporary American Poets

External links

  • "The Hudson Review", his longtime publication
  • Guardian obituary
  • Dick Allen, "The Unfolding: a Recovered Appreciation of Frederick Morgan's Poetry"

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