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Sandburg, Carl

Syllabification: Sand·burg, Carl
Pronunciation: /ˈsan(d)ˌbərɡ
 
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Definition of Sandburg, Carl in English:

( 1878–1967), US poet and biographer. His poetry is collected in Chicago Poems (1915), Smoke and Steel (1920), Complete Poems (1950), and Honey and Salt (1963). He is also noted for his biography of Abraham Lincoln, written in six volumes ( Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years, two volumes, and Abraham Lincoln: The War Years, four volumes) between 1926 and 1939.

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