Louise Gluck is an American poet and essayist. She has won numerous major literary awards, including the Pulitzer Prize, National Humanities Medal, National Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award, and the Bollingen Prize. In 2020, she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal”.
Louise Gluck’s career
In 1993 Glück won a Pulitzer Prize for The Wild Iris (1992). Her later works included Meadowlands (1996), The First Five Books of Poems (1997), and The Seven Ages (2001). Averno (2006) was her well-received treatment of the Persephone myth.
Unknown Facts About Louise Gluck
- Faithful and Virtuous Night (2014) deals with mortality and nocturnal silence, sometimes from a male perspective; it won the National Book Award.
- Glück was editor of The Best American Poetry 1993 (1993).
- Her essay collections on poetry included Proofs and Theories (1994) and American Originality (2017).
Relationship status of Louise Gluck
Louise Gluck Biography
|Real Name||Louise Elisabeth Glück|
|Date of Birth||April 22, 1943|
|Father Name||Daniel Gluck|
|Mother Name||Beatrice Gluck|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Taurus|
|Hometown||New York, U.S.|
|Husband Name||Charles Hertz, Jr. (Ex), John Dranow (Ex)|
|Current City||New York, U.S.|