Elliott Coleman was an American author and literary critic, born in 1912 and passed away in 1980. He was a prominent figure in the literary world, known for his contributions to the study of poetry and his work in promoting the importance of literature. Coleman’s literary style can be described as intellectual and analytical, often exploring complex themes and ideas.

As a critic, Coleman was influenced by the modernist movement and the works of T.S. Eliot. He played a significant role in shaping the genre of literary criticism, particularly in the mid-20th century. Coleman’s notable works include “The New Poets of England and America,” which showcased emerging poets of the time, and “The Melville Log,” a comprehensive study of Herman Melville’s life and works.

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