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  1. The Darkness Around Us is Deep: Selected Poems of William Stafford by William Stafford, 1993-12-29
  2. The Way It Is by William Stafford, 1999-04-15
  3. Even in Quiet Places by William Stafford, 2010-01-01
  4. Stories That Could Be True by William Stafford, 1982-02
  5. Another World Instead: The Early Poems of William Stafford, 1937-1947 by William Stafford, 2008-04-01
  6. Early Morning: Remembering My Father, William Stafford by Kim Stafford, 2003-10-01
  7. Writing the Australian Crawl (Poets on Poetry) by William Stafford, 1978-07-15
  8. The Answers Are Inside the Mountains: Meditations on the Writing Life (Poets on Poetry) by William Stafford, 2003-12-01
  9. Every War Has Two Losers: William Stafford on Peace and War by William Stafford, 2003-10-20
  10. A Scripture of Leaves by William Stafford, 1999-07-01
  11. Passwords by William Stafford, 1991-05
  12. An Oregon Message by William Edgar Stafford, 1987-09
  13. You Must Revise Your Life (Poets on Poetry) by William Stafford, 1987-01-15
  14. Traveling Through The Dark by William Stafford, 1962

1. William Stafford
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2. William Stafford
William Stafford (19141993). About William Stafford On At the BombTesting Site On Traveling Through the Dark An Interview
William Stafford (1914-1993) About William Stafford On "At the Bomb Testing Site" On "Traveling Through the Dark" An Interview with Stafford ... External Links Compiled and Prepared by Cary Nelson Return to Modern American Poetry Home Return to Poets Index

3. Stafford William Thomas Castledine
stafford william Thomas Castledine. Born 10 April 1912, Bingham, NottinghamshireDied 17 April 1986, Nottingham Major Teams Nottinghamshire.

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Stafford William Thomas Castledine
Born: 10 April 1912, Bingham, Nottinghamshire
Died: 17 April 1986, Nottingham Major Teams: Nottinghamshire. Known As: Stafford Castledine Batting Style: Right Hand Bat Bowling Style: Slow Left Arm Orthodox
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4. Citistates: William Stafford
William Stafford. Highresolution portrait, Bill Stafford is the chiefstrategizer, planner, briefer and leader for the annual delegations
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Prior to becoming Executive Director of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle in 1991, Stafford served a succession of Seattle mayors over a period of nearly two decades. His varied posts included Deputy Mayor and Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Relations, coordinating relations with county, state and federal governments. Last updated January 31, 2001 All Contents © Citistates Group LLC Who We Are, What We Do Associates and Speakers
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5. I517: Stafford William PLAUCHÉ (22 MAY 1921 - 21 JAN 1975)
DEATH 21 JAN 1975, Columbus,Georgia. Father - Père
Stafford William PLAUCHÉ
  • BIRTH : 22 MAY 1921, Plauchéville,Avoyelles,Louisiana
  • DEATH : 21 JAN 1975, Columbus,Georgia
Father - Père: Faustin Guido PLAUCHÉ
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  • 6. SAPD: Pioneer - William Stafford
    William Stafford, Southern Alberta Pioneer. Submitted by Sandy Dean. 1 DriftMine with William Stafford right and an employee, McLean,on the left.
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    William Stafford, Southern Alberta Pioneer
    Submitted by Sandy Dean My great-grandfather, William Stafford, the roots of the Stafford family in the Lethbridge area, was born to a family of five older siblings in Straiton, Ayrshire, Scotland on November 15, 1842. In Auchinleck Village on December 31, 1863 the 21-year-old William married a 16-year-old, Jane Gibbs. Sometime between mid-1871 and mid-1873 William and Jane, with three children, emigrated to Westville, Nova Scotia, where he was hired as a miner by the Acadia Coal Company. Entrance to No. 1 Drift Mine with William Stafford right and an employee, McLean,on the left. The object is an air-powered cutting device; the date is about 1883. (Courtesy of City of Lethbridge Archives) In June 1883, William Stafford returned to Nova Scotia to collect the remainder of his family and return to the west. The development of the underground mine with a steady increase in coal production proceeded well. By 1891, with the building of the initial railway, a second narrow gauge railway some 120 miles south to Great Falls, Montana, together with the widening of the Lethbridge-Dunmore rail line to standard gauge, the Alberta Railway and Coal Company (successor to the NWC and N Co.) had earned 1,116,288 acres of land grants in southern Alberta. In 1893 an initial formal agreement with the Mormons for an irrigation development was entered into. In the late 1890s the St. Mary irrigation project was completed with 92 miles of canals constructed.

    7. UIAA: Urbana: Veterans' Memorial: Drake, Stafford
    UIAA. Check My Illinois Alumni EMail. stafford william Drake Jr. WorldWar II Graduation Year 1940 Date of Death 11/23/1943. Psi Upsilon.

    8. William Stafford
    william stafford lived such a life. He signed it, william stafford, April, 1988 exactlyforty years after it had been published as his Master's thesis.
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    VISIT OUR ISSUES John Steinbeck Edgar Allan Poe Jack Kerouac New England ... European Writers READ ABOUT IT Bookstore SEE IT FIRST HAND Literary T ours Literary E vents KEEP INFORMED Subscribe Contact Us About L iterary Traveler ... Help JOIN US Submissions Internships Links SPECIAL OFFERS Passport Newsletter AN ENCOUNTER WITH WILLIAM STAFFORD A meeting one author will never forget by David Feela I had known William Stafford for over twenty years before I met himknown him, that is, in the way any reader comes to know an author, holding his ideas in my hands, believing his physical self somehow incapable of standing beside his work. We were, strangely enough, introduced by a series of coincidences, but it seemed afterward as if some great design in the universe continually suggested that I meet the man behind the writing. I never vigorously sought Stafford's counsel through his books, but it didn't matter: his writing continued to materialize in an astounding number of publications. As a student of poetry in the 1970's it was impossible to pick up an anthology or little magazine without encountering one of Stafford's poems. As he told me much later, the best advice he followed was to send more material into the mail than anyone could possibly imagine. He dryly suggested that he'd flooded the market.

    9. The Sleep Of Grass, A Tribute In Poetry To William Stafford
    "A collection of poems . . . in tribute to william stafford." An online memorial in honor Category Arts Literature Authors S stafford, william......A collection of poems entitled, The Sleep ofGrass, in tribute to william stafford. credits stafford background poems by stafford
    A Tribute In Poetry To William Stafford
    (for poems by Stafford check out: More Than Has Ever Been Found
    And No Death

    The Shadow

    When William Stafford Died

    I have inherited an oval letter tin painted by my mother before I was born. Recently she has returned to this same style known as tole painting. Some people describe it as decorative but that's not seeing very far into things. This tin of mine has always been for lettersboth coming and going. Almost 40 years worth. All these poems have spent the night in there. Those feral and yet sensuous flowers she so carefully shaped in muted colors express a desire to see the world as one's own place. Not the way history or the news or worriers say it is. Not resigned to any of those absolute or scientifically proven versions of reality. Simply recognizing that the world you love is the one you allow yourself to see. So she paints on bread boxes, trivets, letter holders and a hundred other household and everyday items maybe in part so others know her world exists, but mostly for herself. Just one of the ways she remembers herself. And I imagine how we remember her. This little tribute started off early in 1993 intending to become a birthday gift for William's 80th the following January. After his death the shape changed some but not the intention or destination. What you have now is a piece of lost mail pursuing an elusive address. One that is nowhere and, as Dorothy Stafford says, "is everywhere now." Above all I hoped for a birthday gift pleasing to him and heartfelt by those contributing.

    10. William Of Staffords Arms & Armour Index
    Resource for those in need of armour links and medieval arms. Searchable database and email notifications available. A NOTICE FROM william OF stafford PLEASE READ!!! .Please allow me to apologize to all gentles - the index has not
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    Thou mayest still peruse my but twill be less than a courtly affair.

    11. William Stafford - The Academy Of American Poets
    william stafford The Academy of American Poets presents biographies, photographs,selected poems, and links as part of its online poetry exhibits.

    12. William Stafford - The Academy Of American Poets
    william stafford With Kit, Age 7, at the Beach (audio only). Help, Help. Finda Poem william stafford Support this site Send this link to a friend.

    13. William Stafford
    A brief remembrance of william stafford. Born in Hutchinson, Kansas on January 17, 1914, william Edgar stafford grew up with parents who listened to their credits the sleep of grass write us
    William Stafford (1914-1993) B orn in Hutchinson, Kansas on January 17, 1914, William Edgar Stafford grew up with parents who listened to their children’s ideas. They also loved to read, and would "luxuriate in stories." In terms of literary influences, Stafford consistently claimed his mother to be most significant. His father’s generosity comes through in a story William told of being on a walk with him and seeing a hawk land in a cottonwood across a field. When they approached the tree, his father said, "Bill, maybe your eyes are better than mine. Maybe you will be the one to see the hawk." By such moves his father brought him right alongside him, even as a "partner." William Stafford This closeness with his parents and his decision to be a conscientious objector to the Second World War, place him outside the turbulent waters of the majority of the literature during the first fifty years of his life. It’s interesting to note several other poets who were born that same year, 1914: Randal Jarrell, Dylan Thomas, and John Berryman. Jarrell’s work was described as the "poetry of desperation," Thomas’s chronic alcoholism brought about his early death, and Berryman threw himself from a bridge. Not to make light of the very real pain these men experienced, but the contrast to Stafford’s life is stark. At some point he left the "steady" Kansas land and went into the world. Yet within that new vulnerability he drew on his past to make a kind of shelter in the storm. His art is anything but ignorant of the aggression and menacing nature of the 1940's.

    14. William Stafford -
    Poems by william stafford, If you're interested in purchasing books, videoor audio materials, by or about william stafford, click here.
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    and Confluence Press Stafford Related Sites: Friends of William Stafford Modern American Poetry: Stafford Graywolf Press has a wonderful memorial page to Stafford, including memories of family members.
    More Than Has Ever Been Found In response to the many people looking for some of Stafford's work online, here are 17 of his poems, some well-known and others that have not received as much attention. Reading these I'm reminded how much faith Stafford had in his own process of writing, in his own life. That kind of trust stands in stark contrast to much of the fretful and jittery teaching and criticism that often goes unchallenged these days. For new and experienced poets alike there may be no stronger tonic for the many ills that assail the writing life than Stafford's poems and his many essays about writing. If you're interested in purchasing books, video or audio materials, by or about William Stafford, click here Poems included on this site:

    15. Graywolf Press: Pick Of The Litter
    Welcome to the william stafford Memorial Page! Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, in1914, william stafford was one of our most prolific and celebrated poets.
    Welcome to the
    William Stafford Memorial Page!
    Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, in 1914, William Stafford was one of our most prolific and celebrated poets. He was a witness for peace, and for honesty, recognizing in his writing that "justice will take us millions of intricate moves." Author of over fifty books, and recipient of the National Book Award for Traveling through the Dark William Stafford was a long-time friend of Graywolf Press and he published Smoke's Way , a collection of poems from limited editions, with Graywolf in 1983. Publishing The Way It Is in 1998, five years after Stafford's death, brought us in even closer contact with Stafford's family, friends, colleagues, students, and fans of which, we soon realized, there are a countless number. William Stafford often wrote a poem each day, including on the day of his death. We are particularly grateful to have this last poem. Please click here to read "Are You Mr. Stafford?" and view the handwritten original.

    16. Graywolf Press: Pick Of The Litter: Author Information
    The Way It Is Selected Poems. william stafford Photo © Kim stafford. Visit thewilliam stafford Memorial Page. Visit the Friends of william stafford homepage.
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    17. Stafford, William Poetry Renaissance Research Ranch
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    18. About William Stafford
    About william stafford. Richard Howard. 3. If we attend to chronology, williamstafford is a member of the tragic generation of American poets.
    About William Stafford Richard Howard Born in 1914, Stafford was drafted in 1940, and severed as a conscientious objector throughout the war (forestry, soil conservation in Arkansas and California); in 1948, Stafford published his master's thesis, a book about conscientious objectors, Down in My Heart (whose title collides meaningfully with that of his first book, West of Your City ), and it was not until he was forty-six that that first book of poems was ready. From Alone With America Donald Hall 2. Stafford is a poet of ordinary life. His collected poems are the journal of a man recording daily concerns. That is why his daily method of writing is relevant to his life's work. You could say that his poetry is truly quotidian: he writes it every day; it comes out of every day. And the poet of the quotidian did not find it necessary to become maudit, to follow Hart Crane to the waterfront or Baudelaire to the whorehouse or even Lowell to McLean's. He got up at six in the morning in a suburb of Portland and drained the sump. 3. If we attend to chronology, William Stafford is a member of the tragic generation of American poets. Stafford was born in 1914, the same year as Weldon Kees and Randall Jarrell and John Berryman, three suicides; Delmore Schwartz was born in 1913, and Robert Lowell in 1917. How wonderfully the survivor contrasts. What makes him so different? Like Lowell, Stafford was a C. O. [conscientious objector] during the Second War. Like Berryman and Kees he came from the Midwest. But Stafford is a low-church Christian far from the rhetorical Catholicism that Lowell and Berryman entertained. I suspect that his survival is related not merely to his Christianity but to his membership in a small, embattled, pacifist sect.

    19. Stafford, William P.
    Wendell P. stafford, Petition for Guardian and Contrasts in Court, in Ina NewYork Doubleday, Page Company, 1900) (Buffalo, New York william S. Hein
    Strangers to Us All Lawyers and Poetry Wendell Phillips Stafford
    Wendell P. Stafford, President of the Vermont Bar Association in 1898 and member of the Vermont Supreme Court. Oration for the Dedication of a Robert Burns Memorial
    Barre, Vermont Grant Memorial Introduction of James Bryce Poetry Wendell Phillips Stafford, Dorian Days, Poems (New York: Macmillan Company, 1909) The Land We Love, Poems Chiefly Patriotic (St. Johnsbury, Vermont: Arthur F. Stone, 1916) War Poems ([n.d], "These poems, of timely interest as America is entertaining the great war for freedom and democracy, are published and sold, for the benefit of the red cross, by Arthur F. Stone of St. Johnsbury, Vt. Price Twenty-Five Cents.") Sweetheart for Ever: Florence Saint Clair, a Sonnet Sequence (Madison, New Jersey: Golden Hind Press, 1950) The Green Bag
    (A Legal Periodical)
    Wendell P. Stafford, "A More Particular Description," 3 The Green Bag 264 (1891)

    20. Mozart Myths: A Critical Reassessment; Author: Stafford, William; Paperback
    Mozart Myths A Critical Reassessment Author stafford, william Paperback,ENGLISH BOOKS DEPARTMENT, Join the NetStore Cooperative,

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    Mozart Myths: A Critical Reassessment
    Author: Stafford, William
    300 pages
    Published: December 1993
    Stanford University Press ISBN: 0804722226 This work aims to separates what is actually known about Mozart from the many myths and legends that have grown up about his life and character, notably the narratives about the circumstances of his death and his alleged immaturity, drinking, extravagance, womanizing, and unreliability. PRODUCT CODE: 0804722226 USA/Canada: US$ 24.20 Australia/NZ: A$ 39.95 Other Countries: US$ 40.90 convert to your currency Delivery costs included if your total order exceeds US$50. We do not charge your credit card until we ship your order. Government and corporate Purchase Orders accepted without prior account application. PLACE AN ORDER To prepare to buy this item click "add to cart" above. You can change or abandon your shopping cart at any time before checkout. CHECK ORDER STATUS Check on order progress and dispatch. CHANGE OR CANCEL YOUR ORDER Please E-mail us within one hour The NetStoreUSA website is operated by Open Communications, Inc

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