Frank Pearce Sturm  

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Frank Pearce Sturm[1] (1879–1942) was an English poet and translator, known for his 1906 translations of Baudelaire; his short poem Still-heart is a popular favourite.

During the 1920s he was a collaborator and correspondent of W. B. Yeats, particularly in matters of astrology.

References

  • Frank Pearce Sturm: His Life, Letters and Collected Work (1969) Richard Taylor




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