Deutsch, Babette, 1895-1982

Deutsch, Babette, 1895-1982



Babette Deutsch was born on September 22, 1895 in New York City. She graduated from Barnard College in 1917. Deutsch began publishing poems in magazines such as the "North American Review" and the "New Republic," while she was still a student at Barnard.During the 1940s, 1950s and into the 1960s, Deutsch taugt at Columbia University. Publications include "One Part Love" (1939), "A Brittle Heaven" (1926), and "Walt Whitman: Builder for America" (1941). Deutsch was also a translator whose translations included "Eugene Onegin" by Alexander Pushkin and "Two Centuries of Russian Verse." She died on November 13, 1982.

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Babette Deutsch manuscripts

Identifier: MS-227
Date(s): 1933 to 1942

Babette Deutsch (1895-1982), writer. The collection contains the the draft of a poem entitled Peace in Our Time" and the typescript with handwritten corrections of two novels, "Mask of Silenus" and "Rogue's Legacy."