(TAYG)(Gr) also can be Timothy. Tadc, Tiomoid, Teague, Taidgh, Tiege.
Died 1939. In 1923, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
As in, 'Shakespeare, the Bard of Avon'
Laguna Woman, 1974, Ceremony, 1977, others
Portrayed in the film "My Left Foot"
"Some breath breathes out Adonais and Atlantis" -- for Pablo Neruda
And philosopher. Believed to be the first Sanskrit dramatist; c. 80-50 CE
Known for her unconventional bohemian lifestyle; Pulitzer Prize; 1892-1950
Two time Poet Laureate of the United States
Librarian of Congress; associated with the Modernist school; 1892-1982
Arguably the most influential poet in US history; 1819-1892
"I, Too, Sing America" and others
Early figure in the modernist movement; 1885-1972
Modernist poet, 1899-1932
1807-1882; works include "Evangeline" and "The Song of Hiawatha"
Poet of the Republican period; 84-54 BC
Publius Vergilius Maro; best known for the Eclogues, the Georgics, and the Aeneid; 70 BCE - 19 BCE
Said to be the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
The leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus
Lived in the 4th or 5th century AD
Epic philosophical poem on Epicureanism, On the Nature of Things
Latin elegiac poet, c. 50-15 BCE
Works found in anthology known as Chu Ci; c. 340-278 BCE
Born on the island of Lesbos between 630 and 612 BC; most of her poetry has been lost but her reputation endures
Author of the epic Ramayana; c. 400 BCE
One of the foremost poets of the Southern and Northern Dynasties; 385-433 CE
Popular French poet (1900-1977)
Chilean Nobel Prize laureate (1904-1973)
Northern Irish poet (1907-1963)
Irish; Nobel Laureate, 74
Believed to be the first Sanskrit dramatist; c. 80-50 CE
Canadian singer, songwriter, museum, novelist and painter
American poet, memorist and civil rights activist; recited her poem "on the Pulse of Morning" at President Bill Clinton's inauguration
1923-2016, poet art historian and translator into French of the works of William Shakespeare
American singer, songwriter, author, musician and poet