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Who wrote Those Winter Sundays?



Asked by Tpahari, Last updated: Nov 27, 2022

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B. Lazarus

B. Lazarus

B. Lazarus
B. Lazarus

Answered Oct 16, 2019

Robert Hayden. Those Winter Sundays were written in 1962. Hayden wrote the poem while he was teaching English at Fisk University. It is one of Hayden's most famous works. He wrote Those Winter Sundays in the form of three stanzas.

In it, Hayden details a father and son relationship that is related to his own. Through his words, he shows that though they have distance between them, their relationship still includes one of love. The father shows love to the son by improving his life and not just through material items, like gifts.

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e.Susan

e.Susan

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E.Susan

Answered Dec 05, 2017

Those Winter Sundays is written by the famous poet Robert Hayden. Robert Hayden was born on 4th of August in the year 1913. He was an American essayist, educator, and poet. He also served as consultant in poetry, to the library of congress. This role is known as the US Poet Laureate in the modern times which is a high rank among the poets.

Furthermore, he also ended up being the first African-American writer who had held the office. Some of the best written poems by Robert Hayden are included in his collection called A Ballad of Remembrance. His poems are considered to be very elegant and highly impactful.

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tpahari

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Answered Sep 01, 2017

Robert Hayden
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