Richard Hugo, né le 21 décembre 1923 à White Center dans l'État de Washington et décédé à Seattle le 22 octobre 1982, est un poète américain et l'un des pionniers du groupe surnommé les Écrivains du Montana.

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  • Richard Hugo, né le 21 décembre 1923 à White Center dans l'État de Washington et décédé à Seattle le 22 octobre 1982, est un poète américain et l'un des pionniers du groupe surnommé les Écrivains du Montana.
  • Richard Hugo (21. prosince 1923 – 22. října 1982) byl americký básník, prozaík a esejista. Ve své poezii se zabýval fenoménem krajiny a jejím vlivem na osobnost básníka.
  • For the English composer, see Richard Hygons.Richard Hugo (December 21, 1923 – October 22, 1982), born Richard Hogan, was an American poet. Primarily a regionalist, Hugo's work reflects the economic depression of the Northwest, particularly Montana. Born in Seattle, Washington, he was raised by his mother's parents after his father left the family. In 1942 he legally changed his name to Richard Hugo, taking his stepfather's surname. He served in World War II as a bombardier in the Mediterranean. He left the service in 1945 after flying 35 combat missions and reaching the rank of first lieutenant.Hugo received his B.A. in 1948 and his M.A. in 1952 in Creative Writing from the University of Washington where he studied under Theodore Roethke. He married Barbara Williams in 1952, the same year he started working as a technical writer for Boeing. Hugo also taught at University of Montana.In 1961 his first book of poems, A Run of Jacks, was published. Soon after he took a creative writing teaching job at the University of Montana. He later became the head of the creative writing program there. His wife returned to Seattle in 1964, and they divorced soon after. He published five more books of poetry, a memoir, a highly respected book on writing, and also a mystery novel. His posthumous book of collected poetry, Making Certain It Goes On, evinces that his poems are marked by crisp, gorgeous images of nature that often stand in contrast to his own depression, loneliness, and alcoholism. Although almost always written in free verse, his poems have a strong sense of rhythm that often echoes iambic meters. He also wrote of large number of informal epistolary poems at a time when that form was unfashionable.Hugo’s The Real West Marginal Way is a collection of essays, generally autobiographical in nature, that detail his childhood, his military service, his poetics, and his teaching.Hugo remarried in 1974 to Ripley Schemm Hansen. In 1977, he was named the editor of the Yale Younger Poets Series.Hugo died of leukemia on October 22, 1982.Richard Hugo House is named after Hugo.
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  • Richard Hugo, né le 21 décembre 1923 à White Center dans l'État de Washington et décédé à Seattle le 22 octobre 1982, est un poète américain et l'un des pionniers du groupe surnommé les Écrivains du Montana.
  • Richard Hugo (21. prosince 1923 – 22. října 1982) byl americký básník, prozaík a esejista. Ve své poezii se zabýval fenoménem krajiny a jejím vlivem na osobnost básníka.
  • For the English composer, see Richard Hygons.Richard Hugo (December 21, 1923 – October 22, 1982), born Richard Hogan, was an American poet. Primarily a regionalist, Hugo's work reflects the economic depression of the Northwest, particularly Montana. Born in Seattle, Washington, he was raised by his mother's parents after his father left the family. In 1942 he legally changed his name to Richard Hugo, taking his stepfather's surname.
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