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Robinson, Edwin Arlington

Syllabification: Rob·in·son, Edwin Arlington
Pronunciation: /ˈräbinsən/

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Definition of Robinson, Edwin Arlington in English:

( 1869–1935), US poet. His verse was largely unnoticed until 1905 when President Theodore Roosevelt praised his dramatic, often ironic, works, such as “Richard Cory” (1897). His later works include “Miniver Cheevy” (1910) and “Tristram” (1927).

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