William Harmon

William Harmon is the author of five books of poems, including Treasury Holiday (Wesleyan UP, 1970), which won the Lamont Prize and Mutatis Mutandis (Wesleyan UP, 1985), which was awarded the William Carlos Williams Prize. His other books and anthologies include: Time In Ezra Pound’s Work (UNC Press, 1977), The Oxford Book of American Light Verse (Oxford UP, 1979), The Classic Hundred Poems: All-Time Favorites (Columbia UP, 1990; revised edition, 1998), and five editions of Prentice Hall’s Handbook to Literature. He is James Gordon Hanes Professor in the Humanities at UNC-Chapel Hill, where he has taught for over thirty years.

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