Eli Siegel  

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Eli Siegel (August 16, 1902November 8, 1978), poet and critic, founded the philosophy Aesthetic Realism in 1941. Born in Latvia, his family came to the United States when he was an infant. He grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where he graduated from the Baltimore City College high school, and lived most of his life in New York City, where he committed sucide in 1978.



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