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Allen Tate

Allen Tate was an American poet, essayist, literary critic, novelist, and social commentator. He is best remembered for his association with the Southern Agrarians, a group of writers who opposed the effects of industrialization and supported the idea of the traditional agrarian society. Tate was a member of the Fugitives and was one of the prominent figures of the New Criticism movement. Notable works by Tate include the collections of poetry Poems: 1928-1931 (1932) and The Mediterranean and Other Poems (1936). He also wrote critical works such as Essays of Four Decades (1940) and On the Limits of Poetry (1948), in addition to novels such as The Fathers (1938) and The Widows of Thornton (1954).

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