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American poet, author, and attorney who is best remembered for his 1953 work Making a Poem. His other publications include All and Sundry: An Oblique Autobiography and Bullet-Hunting.
Early in his career, he worked as a reporter for The New York Evening Post. He published his debut poetry collection, Behind Dark Spaces, in 1930.
He wrote the libretto for a comic opera while he was a student at Columbia University.
He lived to be one hundred years old.
His degree in copyright law allowed him to advise author Sinclair Lewis on legal affairs.
How did Melville Henry Cane die?
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|Age of death||100 years|
|Birthday||April 15, 1879|
|Death date||March 10, 1980|
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