Checklist of Articles About Aaron Kramer

This checklist includes reviews, appraisals, criticism, interviews, news reports, feature
stories, and references (including poetry dedicated to Kramer).

I01
Wershba, Joseph [unsigned]. "'Observer' Widens Scope." Brooklyn College Vanguard 27 Oct. 1939: N. pag.

I02
Brand, Oscar [unsigned]. "Poet." Brooklyn College Vanguard 29 Nov. 1940: N. pag.

I03
Miller, Walter [unsigned]. "Observation: To Make a Story Short." Broeklundian June 1941: N. pag.

I04
Millet, Martha. "Young Man with a Gift." Worker May 1943: 7.

I05
M[artha] L. S[pencer]. "Current Events Are Interpreted in Lyric Form." Hartford Times 22 May 1943: N. pag.

I06
R.L., Jr. "Differences Noted in Poetry Volumes." Daily News [Greensboro] 23 May 1943: N. pag.

I07
Davidman, Joy. "Let the People Sing." New Masses 1 June 1943: N. pag.

I08
B.F.L.G. "Four Small Books of Poetry from Harbinger House." Rev. of Till the Grass Is Ripe for Dancing. News [Dayton] 6 June 1943: N. pag.

I09
N.J.B. "Seven Poets in Search of an Answer." Times-Star [Cincinnati] 24 Apr. 1944: N. pag.

I10
Chapin, Catharine H. "Anchorages for Sensitive Folk." Republican [Springfield] 7 May 1944: N. pag.

I11
Dennis, Betty. "Poets Seek Answer to War's Ills." Union [San Diego] 14 May 1944: N. pag.

I12
Putnam, Samuel. "Fighting Verse." New Masses 4 July 1944: N. pag.

I13
Kreymborg, Alfred. "New Trends in Modern Poetry." Book Find Club News 1944: N. pag.

I14
Rosell, Daniel Marti [unsigned]. Rev. of Thru our Guns. Shipyard Worker 12 Jan. 1945: N. pag.

I15
Chapman, Abraham. "Aaron Kramer's New Poems." Freiheit 26 Jan. 1945: N. pag.

I16
"Aaron Kramer -- Poet and Trade Unionist." Office and Professional News Jan./Feb. 1945: N. pag.

I17
Green, Ber [unsigned]. "Aaron Kramer." Freiheit 18 Feb. 1945: N. pag. In Yiddish.

I18
Putnam, Samuel. "When Publishers Are Peculiarly Coy." Worker 23 Feb. 1945: N. pag.

I19
Gold, Michael. "Change the World." Worker 15 May 1945: N. pag. Includes reprint of "Pity."

I20
"The Road to Peace." New York Teacher News Spring 1945: N. pag.

I21
Rev. of Thru Our Guns. New Masses 28 Aug. 1945: N. pag.

I22
Spencer, Martha L. "The Poet's Corner." Rev. of Thru Our Guns. Times [Hartford] 4 Sep. 1945: N. pag.

I23
J[oseph] H[offman]. "Thru Our Guns." Span Nov/Dec 1945: N. pag.

I24
Weiss, Henry George. "Another Fountain, Till the Grass Is Ripe For Dancing, Thru Our Guns." Span Jan./Feb. 1946: 23-4.

I25
H.L.C. "Two Poets Offer Unusual Volume." Greensboro News and News Record [North Carolina] c.Aug. 1946: N. pag.

I26
M.W. "Two Poets Deal With War Themes." Rev. of The Glass Mountain. Times-Dispatch [Richmond] 11 Aug. 1946: N. pag.

I27
"The Poets' Corner." Rev. of The Glass Mountain. Times Advertiser [Trenton] 11 Aug. 1946: N. pag.

I28
Reece, Byron Herbert. "Two Poets." Atlanta Journal 30 Aug. 1946: N. pag.

I29
S.A.L. Rev. of The Glass Mountain. Times-Star [Cincinnati] 10 Sep. 1946: N. pag.

I30
"Which is Up? Which is Down?" Los Angeles Times 22 Sep. 1946: N. pag.

I31
Gregor, Arthur. "Two Poets." New Masses 61 (5 Nov. 1946): 26-27.

I32
Lorraine, Michael [Eugenia Shelley]. ". . . and Aaron Kramer." New Masses 26 Nov. 1946: N. pag.

I33
Manty, Jack. "Aaron Kramer -- a Working Class Poet With an Important Voice." People's World 7 Dec. 1946: N. pag.

I34
Aldan, Daisy. "More on Kramer." Letter. New Masses 10 Dec. 1946: N. pag.

I35
Gregor, Arthur. "More on Kramer." Reply to letter of Daisy Aldan. New Masses 10 Dec. 1946: N. pag.

I36
Lindeman, Florence [unsigned]. "Books in Review." Rev. of The Glass Mountian. American Hebrew 20 Dec. 1946: 2.

I37
Perper, Hazel. "A Painter and a Poet." Catalog: 44th Street Gallery Jan. 1947: N. pag.

I38
Meyer, Gerard Previn. "Public Poets." Saturday Review 22 Mar. 1947: 38-9.

I39
Konecky, Eugene. "People's Poets." Fraternal Outlook Mar. 1947: N. pag.

I40
Mally, Louise. "Two Talented Poets Revealed in New Volume." Worker Apr./May 1947: N. pag.

I41
Schappes, Morris U. "A Poet Growing." Freiheit 26 July 1947: N. pag.

I42
O'Sheel, Shaemas. "Of the People, By the People, For the People." Voice of 500 Spring 1948: N. pag.

I43
Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. "The Poetry Bulletin." The Tiger's Eye Spring 1948: 116.

I44
Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. Yungvarg [Youth] 8.4 (Spring 1948): 23-4.

I45
Ronch, Isaac E. "The New Poems of the Young American Jewish Poet Aaron Kramer." Freiheit Spring 1948: N. pag. In Yiddish.

I46
Millet, Martha. "Kramer's Thunder of the Grass and Rukeyser's The Green Wave." Worker 22 Feb. 1948: N. pag.

I47
Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. Jewish Review 26 Feb. 1948: N. pag.

I47
Hirsch, Anne. "The Thundering Grass." Congress Bulletin [Montreal] Mar. 1948: 12.

I49
Heslop, Rick. "Two Volumes of Poetry -- Both Excellent." People's World 24 Apr. 1948: N. pag.

I50
Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. Elleno-Amerikanikon BHMA 30 Apr. 1948: N. pag.

I51
Lindeman, Florence. "Books." Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. American Hebrew 21 May 1948: N. pag.

I52
Salomon, I.L. "Proletarian Pleas." Saturday Review 17 Apr. 1948: 51.

I53
Breit, Harvey. "Repeat Performances." Rev. of The Poetry and Prose of Heinrich Heine. New York Times Book Review 31 Oct. 1948: 34-5.

I54
Engle, Paul. "Dual Nature of the Poet Heine is Revealed." Chicago Tribune 31 Oct. 1948: N. pag.

I55
Edel, Leon. " Heinrich Heine, World Citizen." New York Star Nov. 1948: N. pag.

I56
Redman, Ben Ray. "Master of the Living Word." Saturday Review 4 Dec. 1948: 40-1.

I57
Jensen, Arthur. Rev. of The Poetry and Prose of Heinrich Heine. Herald [Boston] 5 Dec. 1948: N. pag.

I58
Katz, Moishe. "The Jewish Poet in the German Language." Freiheit 9 Dec. 1948: 3. In Yiddish.

I59
Rolfs, Alvin R. "Heine, Poet of Wit, Poet of Love." Post-Dispatch [St. Louis] 12 Dec 1948: N. pag.

I60
Werner, Alfred. "A Portable Heine." Congress Weekly 20 Dec. 1948: N. pag.

I61
Bradley, Lyman R. "Heine as Realist." Masses and Mainstream c.Dec. 1948: N. pag.

I62
Bloch, Joshua. "The Year, Bookshelf." Rev. of The Thunder of the Grass. Jewish Book Annual, 1948-49.: 42.

I63
Jones, John Hudson. "Interview With Aaron Kramer." Daily Worker 14 Jan. 1949: 13.

I64
Rontch [sic], I.E. "People's Poetry." Jewish Fraternalist [c.Jan.] 1949: N. pag.

I65
Daiches, David. "Symbol and Poet." New Republic 14 Feb. 1949: 24-5.

I66
Burgum, Edwin Berry. "Heinrich Heine and the Jewish Tradition." Jewish Life Apr. 1949: 30.

I67
Weisinger, Herbert. "The World of Books." Rev. of The Golden Trumpet. Daily Compass [New York] 2 Sep. 1949: 19.

I68
Merriam, Eve. Rev. of The Golden Trumpet. Contemporary Writers Bulletin Sep/Oct 1949: 1.

I69
"The Guest Speaker." Poetry Society of America Official Bulletin Oct. 1949: 3.

I70
Whittemore, Reed. Rev. of The Golden Trumpet. Furioso 4.4 (Fall 1949): 88.

I71
"Aaron Kramer's Golden Trumpet." Youthbuilder Nov. 1949: 16.

I72
Folsom, Franklin. "Three Practical Poets." Masses and Mainstream Nov. 1949: 84-6.

I73
Dalven, Rae. Modern Greek Poetry. NY: Gaer, 1949. 15-6.

I74
Kreymborg, Alfred. "Commencement Address: To Aaron Kramer on My Sixty-Sixth Birthday." Saturday Review 24 June 1950: 10. A poem dedicated to Kramer, later reprinted in Kreymborg's No More War (1950): 48.

I75
Merriam, Eve. "A People's Poet." Jewish Life Oct. 1950: N. pag.

I76
Steloff, Frances [unsigned]. Comment on Thru Every Window!  Gotham Book Mart Bulletin Oct. 1950: N. pag.

I77
Wilkerson, Doxey A. "'Thru Every Window!' Poems of the Working Class." Daily Worker 13 Oct. 1950: 11.

I78
O'Sheel, Shaemas. "A New Song's Measure." The Voice of 500 Nov. 1950: N. pag.

I79
Seif, Morton. "Two Jewish Poets." Congress Weekly 4 Dec. 1950: N. pag.

I80
Rev. of Thru Every Window! Pamphleteer Monthly c.Dec. 1950: N. pag.

I81
Scheer, Grete. "Die Wiedergeburt Deutscher Kultur." German American Dec. 1951: 1. In German.

I82
"Vesey Hailed in Poetry Volume." People's World 3 July 1952: N. pag.

I83
"Aaron Kramer to Speak in L.A." People's World 8 July 1952: N. pag.

I84
Bailin, I.B. "A Poet of Dynamic Power." Freiheit 3 Aug. 1952: 9-10. In Yiddish.

I85
Fast, Howard. "The Heritage of America." National Guardian 9 Oct. 1952: 11. Rev. of Denmark Vesey and Other Poems.

I86
Bromberg, Conrad. "Poems by Aaron Kramer." Sing Out! Oct. 1952: N. pag.

I87
Berry, Abner. "Denmark Vesey and Other Poems by Aaron Kramer." Daily Worker  30 Nov. 1952: 7.

I88
J. S. W[allace]. "Our Hope Has Saucy Wings." New Frontiers [Toronto] Fall 1952: N. pag.

I89
Schappes, Morris U. "Popular Progressive Poet." Jewish Life Fall 1952: N. pag.

I90
J.E.W. "Denmark Vezey [sic] and Other Poems by Aaron Kramer." The Last Call Dec. 1952: 5.

I91
Suhl, Yuri. "Song Heard Round the World." Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. NY: United Commission to Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto, 1953. 44.

I92
J. A. "In Music Denmark Vesey Lives Again." People's World May 1954: N. pag.

I93
Belfrage, Cedric. "Three Poets with Faith in the Future of Man." Guardian 9 Aug. 1954: 8.

I94
[Discussion of Poetry of the Left] Masses and Mainstream [c.Oct.] 1954: 61-62.

I95
Finkelstein, Sidney. "Poems for These Times Sing of a Worker's Day." Worker Oct. 1954: N. pag.

I96
Rubinstein, Annette T. "Two Poets of Democracy." Jewish Life Oct. 1954: 27.

I97
Goldman, William. ". . . And the Rest Is Silence." Daily Mirror [New York] [c.1954]: N. pag. [an approximate date?]

I98
Bodenheim, Maxwell. My Life and Loves in Greenwich Village. NY: Bridgehead, 1954. 5 and on jacket copy.

I99
Derleth, August. Rev. of Roll The Forbidden Drums. Voices #156 Jan./Apr. 1955: 40-43.

I100
Swing, Sam. "Comment on Lowenfels' Cantata." [Letters from Abroad] Jewish Life Feb. 1955: N. pag.

I101
Lerman, Louis. "Drum Beat." Masses and Mainstream. Spring 1955: 51-53.

I102
S[anford] A. G[oldner]. "Work of Famous Jewish Poet in New Translation." People's World 7 June 1955: N. pag.

I103
Fast, Howard. "Poet of the Jewish Workers." Jewish Life July 1955: 20.

I104
Green, Ber. "Morris Rosenfeld's Poems in English." Morning Freiheit 30 Oct. 1955: 10. In Yiddish.

I105
Finkelstein, Sidney. "Tale of Jew Who Stood With John Brown's Sons." Canadian Jewish Weekly 1 Dec. 1955: N. pag.

I106
Ronch, Isaac E. "The Premiere of the New Musical Work The Ballad of August Bondi." Freiheit 10 Dec. 1955: 5-6. In Yiddish.

I107
Berg, Henry. "An Important New Musical Work." Jewish Life Jan. 1956: 36-37.

I108
"A Bondi Ballad." Jewish Life Feb. 1956: N. pag.

I109
[Untitled]. Polish Review Spring 1956: 106.

I110
Janta, Aleksander. "Mickiewicz W Massachusetts Z Wasamina Czerwono." Wiadomosci [London] 25 Mar. 1956: N. pag. In Polish.

I111
"Where PSA Members Spent Their Summer." Poetry Society of America Bulletin Oct. 1956: 15-16. Also includes notice of an upcoming Kramer reading (12) and a acknowledgement of Kramer's gift to the PSA of letters from Benet, O'Sheel, and others (19).

I112
Chaver Paver. "Such an Evening." Freiheit c.Jan. 1957: N. pag. In Yiddish.

I113
Green, Ber. "The Jewish Contribution to American Literature in English." Freiheit [c. Jun.] 1957: N. pag. In Yiddish.

I114
"Poetry Society of America Day." Sea Hawk Daily [NYC Writers Conference] 20 July 1957: 1.

I115
"You've Got to Do It." Festival News [Moscow] Aug. 1957: N. pag.

I116
"Folklore Center Sets a Reading." The Villager [New York] Sep. 1957: C7.

I117
"Greek Poetry Reading." Village Voice 16 Oct. 1957: N. pag.

I118
Bendiner, Elmer. "Serenade." Guardian 11 Nov. 1957: N. pag.

I119
Lask, Thomas. "Heloise and Abelard on LP." New York Times 29 Dec 1957, sec. II: 15.

I120
Schappes, Morris U. "Aaron Kramer Presents." Jewish Life Dec. 1957: N. pag.

I121
"New York Concert in Tribute to Emma Lazarus." Emma Lazarus Federation Publication Jan. 1958: N. pag.

I122
Schappes, Morris U. "The Living Emma Lazarus." Jewish Life Jan. 1958: N. pag.

I123
"Peoples Forum Presents Noted Poet Sunday." Jewish Advocate [Boston] 2 Jan. 1958: N. pag.

I124
"Emma Lazarus Club Sponsors Evening With Aaron Kramer." East Side News [New York] 3 Jan. 1958: N. pag.

I125
"Poetry With Aaron Kramer." Hillside Herald [New York] 3 Oct. 1958: 1.

I126
"Poems and Sketches." Courier-Journal [Louisville] 5 Oct. 1958: N. pag.

I127
Ragan, Sam. Rev. of The Tune of the Calliope. News and Observer [Raleigh] 5 Oct. 1958: N. pag.

I128
Lequire, Louise. "Collection of Drawings and Poems of New York." Banner [Nashville] 10 Oct. 1958: N. pag.

I129
D.R.N. "Poet Writes 'Hymnal' to City." Courier-Express [Buffalo] 19 Oct. 1958: N. pag.

I130
Mindolovich, Dan. "Two Arts Blended." Portland Journal 26 Oct. 1958: N. pag.

I131
Wright, William. "Interpret Moods." Hartford Courant 26 Oct. 1958: 14.

I132
Hough, Henry. "Don't Miss Tuneful Calliope." Post [Denver] 2 Nov. 1958: N. pag.

I133
Dunsterville, Hilary. "Some Books By Village Authors." Villager [New York] 13 Nov. 1958: N. pag.

I134
"Emma Lazarus Club Pays Tribute to Aaron Kramer." East Side News [New York] 14 Nov. 1958: N. pag.

I135
Bendiner, Elmer. "Poems and Drawings of New York." Guardian 17 Nov. 1958: 8.

I136
Cooley, Franklin D. "Poetry Deals With New York Scene." Times-Dispatch [Richmond] 23 Nov. 1958: N. pag.

I137
McKenzie, Gene. "The Gift of Aaron Kramer." Hillside Herald [New York] 5 Dec. 1958: 1.

I138
McKenzie, Gene. "A Talk With Poet . . . . Aaron Kramer." Inside Hillside Dec. 1958: 17-19.

I139
Schappes, Morris U. "Poems and Drawings of New York." Jewish Currents Dec. 1958: N. pag.

I140
Rubinstein, Annette T. "Kramer Record Album." Emma Lazarus Federation Publication 1958: N. pag.

I141
Schappes, Morris U. The Jews in the United States. NY: Citadel, 1958. 253.

I142
Tackett, Virginia. "City Moods Set By Poet." Gazette [Little Rock] 4 Jan. 1959: N. pag.

I143
"Poet Aaron Kramer Recites at Hudson Guild." Chelsea-Clinton News [New York] 15 Jan. 1959: N. pag.

I144
R.R. Letter and Morris U. Schappes' reply. Jewish Currents Jan. 1959: N. pag.

I145
H[arvey] S[ilvergate]. "School Adds Two New Teachers." Klaxon [Bogota HS, Bogota, NJ] 27 Feb. 1959: 2.

I146
"School Thespians Prepare for One-Act Play Contest." Klaxon [Bogota HS, Bogota, NJ] 27 Feb. 1959: 1.

I147
"The Largest B.H.S. Club -- The Drama Club." Klaxon [Bogota HS, Bogota, NJ] 16 Oct. 1959: 2.

I148
DeMarrais, Kevin. "'Purple B' Dedicated to Margaret Lee, Aaron Kramer." Klaxon [Bogota HS, Bogota, NJ] 27 May 1960: 1.

I149
"Publish Magazine; Bush Picks Title." Klaxon [Bogota HS, Bogota, NJ] 27 May 1960: 1.

I150
Ziolkowski, Theodore. "German" The Craft and Context of Translation. Ed. W. Arrowsmith. Austin: U of Texas P, 1961. 205.

I151
"Teaching King Lear at Adelphi Suffolk." Suffolk County News [New York] 16 Aug. 1962, sec. 2: 2.

I152
Bloomfield, Samuel. "Jewish Books on Display at Library." Argus-Courier [Petaluma, CA] 26 Nov. 1962: 3.

I153
Kelly, Myra. "ASC Gets a Journal." New Voice [Adelphi Suffolk College] Dec. 1962: 1+

I154
Guttmann, Allen. The Wound in the Heart. Glencoe: Free Press, 1962. 181.

I155
Hough, Henry W. "Moses: Poems and Translations." Denver Post 17 Mar. 1963: N. pag.

I156
Steinbach, A. Alan. "The Bible Story Is Made More Exciting." In Jewish Bookland Oct. 1963, sec. II: 1.

I157
"Noted Writers, Publishers Visit Writing Workshop." What's What [Hunter College HS] 7 Jan. 1964: 1.

I158
Germaine, Ellen. "Rumshinsky's Hat from a Freshman's Vantage." Eventide [Adelphi Suffolk College] 18 Mar. 1964: 4.

I159
Carver, Mabel M. "About Problem Folk." Villager 16 Jul. 1964: 7.

I160
Miner, Virginia Scott. "Books in Brief." Rev. of Rumshinsky's Hat and House of Buttons. Kansas City Star 9 Aug. 1964: N. pag.

I161
Rousis, Antonia. "Prosopikon: For Aaron Kramer." Idle Hour [Adelphi Suffolk College] 1964: 1. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I162
Arkin, David. "Waldemar Hille." Broadside 15 June 1965: 3.

I163
"Shakespeare's 400th Birthday Commemoration." Bulletin [Friends of the Adelphi Suffolk College Library] Sep. 1965: 2.

I164
Mandel, Siegfried. Rainer Maria Rilke: The Poetic Instinct. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1965. xi.

I165
"Kramer To Speak at Adelphi." Suffolk County News [New York] 24 Feb. 1966: N. pag.

I166
"Conference on Pollution Held at Adelphi Suffolk." Sunday Review [New York] 5 June 1966: 9M.

I167
"Poetry reading." News Omnibus [Suffolk Community College] 30 Nov. 1966: 1.

I168
"String Quartet Sets 1st Concert." Long Island Press [New York] 20 Dec. 1966: 2A.

I169
"Poetry and Dance." Village Voice 22 Dec. 1966: N. pag.

I170
"Dr. Kramer Participates in Unique Poetry Day." ASC News and Views [Adelphi Suffolk College] July 1967: N. pag.

I171
LaMattina, John. "Who Nose?" Voice [Dowling College] 4 Dec. 1967: 4.

I172
Untermeyer, Jean Starr. "Schumann's Spring: For Aaron Kramer." Job's Daughter. NY: n.p., 1967. 146. A poem dedicated to Kramer. The dedication omitted by printer's error and restored in Untermeyer's handwritten note.

I173
"Rukeyser to Read." Village Voice 8 Feb. 1968: N. pag.

I174
Huberman, Ed. Rev. of Visions of Christ. CEA Critic Feb. 1968: N. pag.

I175
"Y to Hear Authors Read Protest Poetry March 8." Y News [Wantagh, NY] Mar. 1968: 1.

I176
Shapiro, Karl. "Three Zrist Poets." Sun-Times [Chicago] 10 Mar. 1968: 10.

I177
Leo, John. "Mental Patients Helped By Poetry." New York Times 31 Mar. 1968: 72.

I178
Foy, Liz. "An Evening With Dr. Kramer." New Voice [Adelphi Suffolk College] 8 Apr. 1968: 4-5.

I179
Sirlin. "Kramer on Translation." Kingsman [Brooklyn College] 3 May 1968: 1.

I180
Young, Israel. [Untitled]. Folklore Center Bulletin May 1968: 3.

I181
Kirsch, Robert. "Rilke's Christ Narratives Published For First Time." Los Angeles Times 28 Aug. 1968, sec. IV: 2.

I182
Wilkinson, John. "Kramer -- Poet of the People." Pi [University of London] 31 Oct. 1968: 8.

I183
Lenel, Edith. Rev. of Visions of Christ. Library Journal 1 Nov. 1968: 4145.

I184
"Henry At the Grating." Folklore Center Newsletter 23 Dec. 1968: N. pag.

I185
Young, Israel. Rev. of The Prophetic Tradition in American Poetry, 1835-1900. Folklore Center Bulletin 23 Dec. 1968: N. pag.

I186
Benedikt, Michael. "The Shapes of Nature." Poetry Dec. 1968: 209.

I187
Eckstein, Jerome. The Platonic Method. NY: Greenwood, 1968. 12.

I188
"The Library and the Community." Brooklyn College Annual Report 1968/69: 14-15.

I189
"Poetry Seen as Boon to Mentally Ill." RN Jan. 1969: 24-5.

I190
Young, Israel. [Untitled]. Folklore Center Bulletin Jan. 1969: N. pag.

I191
Volonts, John. "At 3 A.M. I Lie." New Voice [Dowling College] 4 Feb. 1969: 3.

I192
Willingham, John. Rev. of The Prophetic Tradition in American Poetry. Library Journal 1 Mar. 1969: 997.

I193
Young, Israel. [Untitled]. Folklore Center Bulletin Apr. 1969: N. pag.

I194
LaPointe, Lawrence. "A Poet and His Work." New Voice [Dowling College] 28 Apr. 1969: N. pag.

I195
Cunningham, Agnes. "Ed. Note." Broadside Jul. 1969: 4.

I196
Stahl, August. Rev. of Visions of Christ. Germanistik Jul. 1969: 683. In German.

I197
"Dowling Marches for Peace." New Voice [Dowling College] 20 Oct. 1969: 1.

I198
"And a Good Time Was Had By All . . . ." Library Associate [Brooklyn College] 9.4 (1969): 1.

I199
Sheff, Ruth. "The Aaron Kramer Evening." Staccato Newsletter Jan./Feb. 1970: 1.

I200
"Aaron Kramer: A Faculty Profile." News and Views [Dowling College] Feb. 1970: 2.

I201"For Your Professional, Leisure Time Reading." Rehabilitation Literature Feb. 1970: 45.

I202
Trapp, Jac. "Poetry Reading." News and Views [Dowling College] 16 Mar. 1970: N. pag.

I203
Wood, Maxine [unsigned]. "Poetry Therapy: 'An Idea Whose Time Has Come'." Frontiers in Hospital Psychiatry 1 Apr. 1970: 1-2+

I204
Wood, Maxine [unsigned]. "Poetry Used in Various Ways in Psychotherapeutic Encounters." Frontiers in Clinical Psychiatry 1 Apr. 1970: 1-2+

I205
Leedy, Jack. "Letters to the Editor." APT News July 1970: 2-3.

I206
Nobles, Wes. "Workshop Not Working." New Voice [Dowling College] 30 Oct. 1970: 1.

I207
Heckman, Don. "Judy Collins: Whales and Nightingales." New York Times 13 Dec. 1970: 42D.

I208
Leedy, Jack [unsigned]. "Rehabilitation Center Poetry Therapy." APT News Dec. 1970: 4.

I209
Untermeyer, Jean Starr. Re-creations. NY: Norton, 1970. 15.

I210
Fitzgibbons, Catherine. "Poetry and Interpersonal Communication." Volta Review Jan. 1971: 58-9.

I211
Carter, Sylvia. "Children Write Poems They Can't Hear." Newsday [New York] 25 Mar. 1971: 17.

I212
"Honors for Members." ASCAP News Mar. 1971: 40.

I213
Baker, Pearce H. "Press Release." ASCAP News 23 Apr. 1971: 4.

I214
Mirabelli, Marie Christine. "Poetry On a Rainy Afternoon." New Voice [Dowling College] 30 Apr. 1971: 3.

I215
"Judy Collins Sings Aaron Kramer." News and Views [Dowling College] Summer 1971: 5.

I216
"Poet to Read at Old South Haven Church." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] 16 Sep. 1971: 7.

I217
Abuso, John. "Aaron Kramer (an acrostic)." So Long, Pittsburgh; or, Peel Me a Banana Baby I'll Be Home at 12. Oakdale, NY: Dowling College Poetry Workshop, 1971. 46. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I218
Green, Ber. "Morris Rosenfeld's Poems in English." Fun Dor tzu Dor [From Generation to Generation] NY: YKUF, 1971. 63-5. Reprint of 30 Oct.1955 article. See I104.

I219
Barkauskas, Barry. "Interview: Dr. Aaron Kramer." New Voice [Dowling College] 25 Feb. 1972: 1+

I220
Mirabelli, Marie-Christine. "Deaf Children's Poetry Reading." New Voice [Dowling College] 24 Mar. 1972: 3.

I221
"Schedule of Events." Compass [Suffolk Community College] 19 Apr. 1972: 9.

I222
Willingham, John. Rev. of Melville's Poetry: Toward the Enlarged Heart. Library Journal 1 May 1972: 1718.

I223
Rev. of Melville's Poetry: Toward the Enlarged Heart. Booklist 1 May 1972: 747.

I224
Turner, Tom. "Poetry as Therapy: Deaf Children, Mental Patients Aided." Long Island Press [New York] 7 May 1972: 20.

I225
"NYU Authors." Alumni News [New York University] June 1972: 4.

I226
Rev. of Melville's Poetry: Toward the Enlarged Heart. Choice Oct. 1972: 970.

I227
"Older Non-Fiction." Kirkus Review 15 Nov. 1972: 1317.

I228
Kellogg, Charles. "Performance Data." Poets' Repertory Theatre Bulletin Fall 1972: N. pag.

I229
"Kramer on WNYC." South Bay's Newspaper [New York] 14 Feb. 1973: N. pag.

I230
"Listening To a Teacher." Newsday [New York] 26 Feb. 1973: 12.

I231
"Poetry and Music." Westbury Times [New York] Feb./Mar. 1973: N. pag.

I232
"Reform Group of Educators Set Meeting." Daily News [New York] 18 Mar. 1973: N. pag.

I233
"First Poetry Book Has Premiere." Brentwood News [New York] 4 Apr. 1973: N. pag.

I234
"Poet Reads at Bay Shore Library." Brentwood News [New York] 26 Apr. 1973: N. pag.

I235
Smith, Vivienne. Rev. of On Freedom's Side. Association for Children's Librarians Bulletin Apr. 1973: 156.

I236
Rev. of On Freedom's Side. Booklist 1 May 1973: 852.

I237
Spencer, Hope. "Poetry of Patients Enlightens a Classroom." Newsday [New York] 3 May 1973: 3A.

I238
Rev. of On Freedom's Side. Sunday Globe [Boston] 13 May 1973: N. pag.

I239
"Student Appreciation." Smithtown News [New York] 17 May 1973: N. pag.

I240
"Academic Notes." Grapevine [Dowling College] May 1973: 2.

I241
"Lone Black Teacher Was His Inspiration." Amsterdam News [New York] 3 June 1973: N. pag.

I242
"Elementary, Dear Kramer! Dowling Prof Returns." Franklin Gazette [Holbrook] 8 June 1973: N. pag.

I243
"3 Poetry Awards to Honor Memory of Black Teacher." Long Island Press [New York] 10 June 1973: N. pag.

I244
Forman, Jack. Rev. of On Freedom's Side. School Library Journal 15 Jun 1973: 2011.

I245
Kaiser, Ernest. "Recent Books." Freedomways Spring 1973: 90.

I246
"News and Honors." ASCAP Today Spring 1973: N. pag.

I247
Kelly, Walter [unsigned]. "Poet to Share His Talents in Islip Workshop." Islip News [New York] 19 July 1973: 9.

I248
Kelly, Walter [unsigned]. "Patients' Poetry is a Way to New Life." Islip News [New York] 26 July 1973: N. pag.

I249
"Dowling's Poetry Course For Patients." Tablet [Brooklyn] 23 Aug. 1973: N. pag.

I250
R.N.C. Rev. of On Freedom's Side. Junior Scholastic Sep. 1973: N. pag.

I251
Grossman, Karl. "Mideast Teach-In Conjures Opposing and Deathly Visions." Long Island Press [New York] 13 Oct. 1973: N. pag.

I252
Selsky, Bill. "War of Words on Mideast Crisis." Caliber [Dowling College] 24 Oct. 1973: 3.

I253
"Academic Notes." Grapevine [Dowling College] Oct. 1973: 1-2.

I254
Larrick, Nancy. Rev. of On Freedom's Side. Journal of Reading Oct. 1973: 79-80.

I255
"Memorial Service for Robert Dowling." Grapevine [Dowling College] Oct. 1973: 1.

I256
"Dowling Poet on the Air." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] 29 Nov. 1973: N. pag.

I257
Sheridan, Jane. "Seeing the Uni-verse [sic] Through Poetry." Journal of Reading Dec. 1973: 207.

I258
Murway, Christine. "To One Who Cares: Dr. Kramer." Long Night's Journey Back to Light. Edited by Pat Quin. Oakdale, NY: Dowling College Press, 1973. 12-3. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I259
Mandel, Siegfried. Group 47: The Reflected Intellect. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1973. xii.

I260
Willingham, John. Rev. of On the Way to Palermo. Library Journal 15 Jan. 1974: 140.

I261
Plant, Richard. "Heine." Letter. New York Times 24 Feb. 1974, sec. VII: 44.

I262
Tropiano, Carol. "Looking At a Black Man." Caliber [Dowling College] 26 Feb. 1974: 3.

I263
"Academic Notes." Grapevine [Dowling College] Feb. 1974: 2.

I264
"Reading for Restoration." Caliber [Dowling College] 26 Mar. 1974: 4.

I265
Kelly, Tim. "Poetry Reading." Caliber [Dowling College] 23 Apr. 1974: 6.

I266
"Never a Dull Moment." Grapevine [Dowling College] Apr. 1974: 4.

I267
"Reading for the Restoration." Grapevine [Dowling College] Apr. 1974: 3.

I268
"Marilyn." Caliber [Dowling College] 7 May 1974: 2+

I269
"Poems On Happy Things Win Prizes for 20 Pupils." New York Times 12 June 1974: 49.

I270
"Students, Patients Collect Their Poems." News and Views [Dowling College] Spring 1974: 2.

I271
Green, Ber. "Aaron Kramer Awards Poetry Prizes to 20 Children." Freiheit 14 July 1974: 11. In Yiddish.

I272
Rev. of On the Way to Palermo. Choice Jul/Aug 1974: 760.

I273
"Aaron Kramer." City News [Bronx, NY] 7 Nov. 1974: 10.

I274
Mersmann, James. Out of the Vietnam Vortex. Lawrence: UP Kansas, 1974. 242.

I275
Rev. of On the Way to Palermo. Free Lance 17.1&2 (1974/75): 49.

I276
Axelrod, David. Rev. of On the Way to Palermo. Street Magazine 2.1 (1975): [54-5].

I277
Tropiano, Carol Ann. "A Different Type of Review." Caliber [Dowling College] 18 Mar. 1975: 5. A poem dedicated to Kramer. Includes photo.

I278
"Patriot Day is Coming: Oakdale." Newsday [New York] 12 Apr. 1975: 2A.

I279
Cohalan, Mary Lou [unsigned]. "Aaron Kramer/Poems." Islip Arts Review Apr. 1975: 15-20.

I280
Ronch, Isaac E. "A Recording of Social Significance." Freiheit 7 May 1975: 5. In Yiddish.

I281
"Academic Notes." Grapevine [Dowling College] June 1975: 2.

I282
"Events." Newsday [New York] 8 Oct. 1975, part II: 1.

I283
"Therapeutic Verse." Newsday [New York] 4 Nov. 1975: N. pag.

I284
Diorio, Margaret. "On Serendipity in Poetry, Etc." Icarus Winter 1975/76: 19.

I285
"Aaron Kramer." Kansas City Jewish Community Center Poets Series Brochure 1975/76: 5.

I286
"Poetry & Music." Kansas City Star 28 Mar. 1976: Books: 10E.

I287
Shapiro, Anne. "Poet Expresses Love for Judaism and Fellow Man." Jewish Chronicle [Kansas City] 2 Apr. 1976: 19.

I288
Cheatum, Lynn. "Children Have Poetic Spirit." Kansas City Star 3 Apr. 1976: 3.

I289
Hartmann, Alice. "Clear, Personal Poetry Urged." Kansas City Times 3 Apr. 1976: 2C.

I290
Glazer, Samuel Z. "Aaron Kramer -- Poet." Centerlite [Elmont Jewish Center, NY] Apr. 1976: 5.

I291
Kaitz, Gustave. Rev. of On the Way to Palermo. Bitterroot Summer/Fall 1976: 51-2.

I292
"Dr. Aaron Kramer Presents Commemorative Poetry Broadcast." Lion's Roar [Dowling College] 14 Sep. 1976: 3.

I293
Latona, Maria. "Aaron Kramer -- Poet: Celebrator of Life." BAFFA News Sep. 1976: 2.

I294
"Poetry Festival of Baychester Library Continued by Aaron Kramer Reading." Bronx Press Review [New York] 28 Oct. 1976: N. pag.

I295
"Poet Speaks at Kiwanis." Suffolk County News [New York] 4 Nov. 1976: N. pag.

I296
Braun, Richard. "Next Door to Order." Modern Poetry Studies Fall 1976: 148.

I297
Benjamin, Phillip. "O Golden Land: A Travelog in Verse." Lion's Roar [Dowling College] 7 Dec. 1976: 3.

I298
"The Contributors." Carleton Miscellany 1976/77: 216.

I299
"Temple Offers Book Series." Malverne Times [New York] 27 Jan 1977: 3.

I300
Salvatore, Ann Marie. "Poets Recite at Dowling." Dowling Voice 22 Mar. 1977: 1.

I301
Fabrizius, Peter. "Eine Oper aus Theresienstadt." Aufbau 22 Apr. 1977: N. pag. In German.

I302
Maves, C.E. "Powerful, Deeply Moving New Opera." Times [Palo Alto] 22 Apr. 1977: N. pag.

I303
Commanday, Robert. "A Bold, Striking Emperor at Spring Opera." Chronicle [San Francisco] 23 Apr. 1977: 34.

I304
"Poetry Reading Tonight." Windmill [Southampton College] 27 Apr. 1977: N. pag.

I305
Saal, Hubert. "Death Takes a Holiday." Newsweek 16 May 1977: 116-17.

I306
Stein, Jack. "Poetry Probes Patients' Problems." Suffolk Life [New York] 18 May 1977: 22EG.

I307
Rockwell, John. "New Opera Theatre Offering Work of Argento and Ullmann." New York Times 21 May 1977: 11.

I308
Porter, Andrew. "A Lecture and Parable." New Yorker 6 Jun. 1977: 111-12.

I309
"Dr. Aaron Kramer Presents Evening of Poetry at Cabaret." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] June 1977: 13+

I310
"'J' Is for Job Action." Newsday [New York] 7 Sep. 1977: 1.

I311
"Dowling to Host Child Poets From Cleary School." Ronkonkoma Review [New York] 3 Nov. 1977: N. pag.

I312
Mooney, Frank. "They Express It Differently But Poetry's In Their Hearts." Daily News [New York] 20 Nov. 1977: B52.

I313
Clemente, Vincent. "Eating an Onion Roll in the College Cafeteria (for Aaron Kramer)." Snow Owl Above Stony Brook Harbor. Stony Brook, NY: Four Rivers Press, 1977. 47-8. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I314
Foner, Philip. Antonio Maceo. NY: Monthly Review P, 1977. 313.

I315
Fritchman, Stephen H. Heretic: A Partisan Autobiography. Boston: Beacon, 1977. 209.

I316
"APT Scoops." Rev. of Long Night's Journey Back to Light. APT News Spring 1978: 3.

I317
"Clipboard Spotlight: Dr. Aaron Kramer, Professor of English." Clipboard [Dowling College] 3 Sep. 1978: 3.

I318
"Baychester Library News: Poet Aaron Kramer." Co-op City Times [Bronx, NY] 14 Oct. 1978: 27.

I319
Moreno, Sylvia. "Poetry Class Recalls Days of the Holocaust." Newsday [New York] 9 Nov. 1978: 7.

I320
"A Poet Speaks." Barge [Bellport Middle School, Bellport, NY] Jan. 1979: 2.

I321
Moreno, Sylvia. "The Arts: Major American Poets Visit Dowling." Suffolk County News [Sayville] 22 Feb. 1979: 8.

I322
"News and Notes." Source [NYSUT, Dowling College] Feb. 1979: 3.

I313
"2 Churches to Honor Area Resident, Poet." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] 3 May 1979: 6A.

I314
"Poetry Therapy." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 10 May 1979: 3.

I315
"Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Aaron Kramer." Clipboard [Dowling College] Sep. 1979: 4.

I316
"Aaron Kramer Set at Poetry Festival." City News [New York] 4 Oct. 1979: N. pag.

I317
Fish, Jacob. "Kramer Gives Successful Poetry Reading." Co-op City Times [Bronx, NY] 27 Oct. 1979: N. pag.

I318
Schotz, Leslie. "Nuke Symposium Provokes Thought." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 19 Nov. 1979: 1+

I319
Ring, Dave. "Professor Addresses History Class." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 3 Dec. 1979: 6.

I320
"Radio Show to Honor Irish Poet." Irish Echo [New York] 22 Dec. 1979: N. pag.

I321
Scammaca, Nat. "Introduzione." Incontro con David B. Axelrod e Gnazino Russo. Merrick: Cross Cultural Communications, 1979. 6-8. In Italian and English.

I322
Fishman, Charles. "January Fly." Colorado Quarterly Spring 1980: N. pag. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I323
Layer, Timothy. "Writers Groups Host L.I. Conference." Compass [Suffolk Community College] 21 Apr. 1980: 3.

I324
Domiano, June V. "Distinguished Poet at Dowling." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 29 Apr. 1980: N. pag.

I325
Oversluizen, Harmke. "A Poet Came to Visit." Bellport Clipper [New York] 14 June 1980: N. pag.

I326
Katz, Helen and Betty Jean Wiegand. "Conference Offers Advice to Aspiring Writers." Suffolk County News [New York] 3 July 1980: 8.

I327
"The Bard of Oakdale." Newsday [New York] 10 July 1980: N. pag.

I328
"Radio Program to Preview New Aaron Kramer Poems." Ronkonkoma Review [New York] 10 July 1980: N. pag.

I329
Rosten, Norman. "The Meeting: for Aaron Kramer." Niagara Magazine Fall 1980: 53. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I330
Remnick, David. "Poetic Tributes to Long Island's Own Bard." Newsday [New York] 12 Oct. 1980: 20.

I331
Fish, Jacob. "Lyric Poet Aaron Kramer in Reading at Library." Co-op City Times [Bronx, NY] 25 Oct. 1980: N. pag.

I332
"Poet Aaron Kramer Reads at Cabaret Theater." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] 30 Oct. 1980: 25A.

I333
Goldfarb, Alvin. "The Emperor of Atlantis: Satire in the Nazi Concentration Camps." Theatre Journal 32.3 (Oct. 1980): 386-87.

I334
"Connetquot Library." Graphic [Bay Shore, NY] 6 Nov. 1980: N. pag.

I335
Murman, Jill. "A Tribute to Emily Dickinson, Poet . . . the Past Meets the Present." Smithtown Messenger [New York] 13 Nov. 1980: N. pag.

I336
"Poetry reading at Oakdale-Bohemia." Notebook [Oakdale-Bohemia Jr. HS, Bohemia, NY] Nov. 1980: N. pag.

I337
"Unique Program Honoring Emily Dickinson at Dowling." Suffolk County News [New York] 13 Nov. 1980: N. pag.

I338
Domiano, June V. "Dowling Observes 150th Anniversary of Emily Dickinson." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 9 Dec. 1980: 3.

I339
Balzer, Adeline. "Creative Writing." Bellport Senior Citizen Gazette [New York] Fall 1980: 8.

I340
Fitzgibbon, Cathy. "Creative Writing Course." Bellport Senior Citizen Gazette [New York] Fall 1980: 2.

I341
Black, Harold. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Visions 1981: [43]

I342
Barnes, Julia. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. People's World 3 Mar. 1981: N. pag.

I343
Ditta, Joseph. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Wind / Literary Journal 12.43 (Winter 1981): 69-71.

I344
Schley, James. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. New England Review 4.2 (Winter 1981): 334-39.

I345
Ronch, Isaac E. "New Poems by Aaron Kramer." Freiheit 3 May 1981: 7. In Yiddish.

I346
Latona, Maria. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Suffolk County News [Sayville] 21 May 1981: 16.

I347
"Kramer on WNYC." Suffolk County News [Sayville] 25 June 1981: N. pag.

I348
Paris, Matthew. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Brooklyn College Alumni Literary Review 2 (Fall/Spring 1981-82): 259-60.

I349
Axelrod, David. "When I Listen to a Concert I Want to Move (for Aaron Kramer)." Home Remedies: New and Selected Poems, 1961-1981. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1982. 41. A poem dedicated to Kramer.

I350
"News From the Field." NAPT News 12 Jan. 1982: 7.

I351
Hazel, Marilyn. "An Afternoon of Poetry." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 9 Mar. 1982: 6.

I352
"Poetry Reading by Aaron Kramer Scheduled." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 9 Mar. 1982: 6.

I353
"Aaron Kramer's Poetry is Featured at Dowling College." Suffolk County News [New York] 11 Mar. 1982: 3+

I354
Mathabane, Pierre. "An Evening With a Dowling Poet." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 17.10 (23 March 1982): 3.

I355
Midgett, June V. "Poet Claire Nicholas White Presented at Dowling." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 17.10 (23 Mar. 1982): 5.

I356
"Dr. Kramer Invited to Record for Library of Congress." Clipboard [Dowling College] Mar. 1982: 8.

I357
"Friends of the Library Feature Aaron Kramer." Clipboard [Dowling College] Mar. 1982: 4+

I358
"Recent Poetry Reading." Suffolk County News [New York] 1 Apr. 1982: 38.

I359
Schappes, Morris U. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Jewish Currents 36.6 (June 1982): 16-17.

I360
"20-Year Service Award Recipients." Clipboard [Dowling College] Summer 1982: 6-7.

I361
Vondrasek, Bets. "Annual Report." Walt Whitman Birthplace Association Dec. 1982: 1+

I362
Millay, Norma. "Scholarly Surmise -- I'm Still Here." Tamarack: Journal of the Edna St. Vincent Millay Society. 2.1 (Winter 1982/83): 25-30.

I363
[Untitled] The O'Neill Theater Center Playbill. 22 May-5 June 1983: 23-24.

I364
"Dowling Poet to Read on WNYC." Graphic [Bay Shore, NY] 23 June 1983: 17.

I365
Dodson, Owen. Rev. of Carousel Parkway and Other Poems. Freedomways Fall 1983: 268-69.

I366
Piro, Lori. "The Burning Bush." Lion's Den [Dowling College] 18.4 (9 Nov. 1983): 3.

I367
Klein, Alvin. "Spanning the Ages in Verse and Lyrics." New York Times 20 Nov. 1983: N. pag.

I368
Axelrod, David. "Kramer Makes It Meaningful." East End Art News [Southampton] 10.5 (Nov. 1983): 3.

I369
Liptzin, Sol. "Fifth Sweatshop Poet." Jewish Currents 37.11 (Dec. 1983): 50.

I370
Ronch, Isaac E. "Die Naie Zamlung Fun Aaron Kramer's Poemes un Proze." Morning Freiheit (11 Dec. 1983): 12+ In Yiddish.

I371
"Poet's Musical Selected for Performance at O'Neill Center." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 27 Dec. 1983: 5+

I372
Wagenknecht, Edward. Daughters of the Covenant. Boston: U of Massachusetts P, 1983. 176. Includes extended endnote (#9) in Emma Lazarus chapter concerning Kramerís 1956 essay on Heine and Lazarus.

I373
Schappes, Morris U. "40 Years of Aaron Kramer's Poems." Jewish Currents 38.3 (March 1984): 20-1.

I374
Ronch, Isaac E. "Poetn lehenen Lieder (vegn tsvei nochmitogn)." Morning Freiheit 18 March 1984: 10+ In Yiddish.

I375
Ronch, Isaac E. "A New Collection of Aaron Kramer's Poetry and Prose." Morning Freiheit (English section) 25 March 1984: 3. Translated from the Yiddish by Regina Rothman.

I376
Fish, Jacob. "Ahrn Kramer in a Shtotisher Bibliotek." (Letters From Readers) Freiheit 29 Apr. 1984: N. pag. In Yiddish.

I377
"Town Talk." Sunday Shopper [New York] 6 May 1984: 6.

I378
"Going Out Guide." New York Times 11 June 1984: N. pag.

I379
Salomon, Joyce. "Review of The Burning Bush." Newsletter of the Association of Jewish Librarians Summer 1984: N. pag.

I380
Rosenfeld, Rita L. "Sublime Beauty and Strength." Rev. of The Burning Bush. Canadian Jewish Outlook 25.7-8 (July/Aug. 1984): 15-16.

I381
McCaffrey, John. "Teacher of the Year / Dr. Aaron Kramer." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 20.3 (16 Oct. 1984): 3.

I382
Black, Harold. Rev. of The Burning Bush. Visions #15 1984: N. pag.

I383
Leedy, Jack. Rev. of The Burning Bush. NAPT Newsletter Mar. 1985: N. pag.

I384
Rev. of The Burning Bush. Jewish Book World Spring 1985: 11.

I385
Greenberg, Harold J. "American Poet Aaron Kramer Looks at the World." Majorca Daily Bulletin [Spain] 7 Aug. 1985: 9.

I386
Ronch, Isaac E. "Poets Read Their Poetry." Canadian Jewish Outlook 23.9 (Sep. 1985): 12-13. Trans. of 18 Mar. 1984. Contains the late Ronchís moving tribute to Kramer as a translator and reader of Yiddish poetry.

I387
Miller, Katherine Hill. Rev. of The Burning Bush. Confrontation 30/31 (Nov. 1985): 214-15.

I388
Walker, Lois V. Rev. of West Hills Review #5. LIPC Newsletter Fall/Winter 1985: 5.

I389
Boyer, Paul. By the Bomb's Early Light. NY: Pantheon, 1985. 245+

I390
Karas, Joza. Music in Terezin, 1941-1945. NY: Beaufort, 1985: 35.

I391
"Poet Aaron Kramer to Read at Concord Academy Saturday." Concord Journal [Massachusetts] 7 Apr. 1986: 18.

I392
Burke, Jim. "Spotlight on Faculty: Dr. Aaron Kramer." Pride [Dowling College Alumni Association] Spring 1986: N. pag.

I393
Rosenfeld, Rita. Rev. of In the Suburbs. Outlook 27.7-8 (July/Aug. 1986): 14+

I394
"Poetry Reading at Unitarian Church." Garden City News [New York] 10 Oct. 1986: 11A.

I395
"Sunday Program Exchange." L.I.A.C. Beacon [New York] 1 Dec. 1986: N. pag.

I396
Boyle, Joan. "Paradoxical Themes in the Poetry of Aaron Kramer." Bloom [Madras, India] 1986: 20-23.

I397
Grossberg, Mimi. The Road to America. NY: Austrian Institute, 1986. 5+

I398
Alfred, William. "A Welcome Home for Mind and Spirit." Brooklyn College Magazine 3.2 (May 1987): 3.

I399
"Poetry and Stories." New York Times 5 May 1987: C15.

I400
Durso, Greg. "Life in the Fast Lane: Bye!" Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 23 (13 May 1987): 10.

I401
Baumli, Francis. Rev. of In the Suburbs and In Wicked Times. Transitions 7.3 (May/June 1987): 13-14.

I402
Katz, Susan A. Rev. of In the Suburbs. Bitterroot 26 (Winter 1987): 75.

I403
Jacobson, Aileen. "Poets Reading Their Poems." Newsday [New York] 19 Feb. 1988: section 3: 1+

I404
"Dowling Honors Dr. Arnold Rood." Dowling College Community Newsletter Summer 1988: 2.

I405
Foresto, Patricia. "Greenlawn News." Long Islander [New York] 29 Sep. 1988: 15.

I406
Fish, Jacob. "Library Praised." Co-op City News [Bronx, NY] 8 Oct. 1988: N. pag.

I407
Delatiner, Barbara. "A Yiddishist With a Passion." New York Times 9 Oct. 1988: LI sec.: 24-5.

I408
Greening, Thomas. Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 28.2 (Spring 1989): 139-44.

I409
Lerner, Arthur. "Putting Yiddish Poetry in Focus." Heritage: Southwest Jewish Press 10 Mar. 1989: [12].

I410
"Poetry Series at South Country." Long Island Advance [Patchogue] 23 Mar. 1989: 18.

I411
"People in the News: Library Speaker." Record [Patchogue] 31 Mar. 1989: 22.

I412
Black, Harold. "Translator Salvaged Yiddish Poetry in Monumental Work." Washington [D.C.] Jewish Week 20 Apr. 1989: 25.

I413
Kaufman, Marjorie. "Yiddish Poetry -- Silenced Voices for Years." Three Village Herald [Setauket] 24 May 1989: 19+

I414
Black, Harold. Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry. Visions #30 June 1989: [57].

I415
"Faculty Focus." Dowling Chronicle [Dowling College] 2.2 (June 1989): [3].

I416
Rosenfeld, Rita L. Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry. Outlook 27:7-8 (July/Aug. 1989): 16-17. Refers to The Burning Bush as The Burning Ash.

I417
Sadowski, Anne. "Inspiring Poems From Yiddish Culture." People's Daily World 19 July 1989: 11. Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry; reprinted in Jewish Affairs July/Aug. 1989: N. pag.

I418
"Popular Poet Kicks Off Library Lecture Series." Amityville Record [New York] 13 Sep. 1989: 5.

I419
Bernstein, Judith H. "Live Poet's Society: Finding Music in Words." Record [Patchogue] 16 Nov. 1989: Community Living section, 19.

I420
Baxter, Robert. "'Emperor' Bears Compelling Stamp of Nazi Camp." Courier-Post [Philadelphia] 20 Nov. 1989: N. pag.

I421
Barnes, Julia. "Poets Who Do the Right Thing." People's World 22 Nov. 1989: 11.

I422
Webster, Daniel. "At Curtis, a Paradoxical Opera of Life and Death." Philadelphia Inquirer 23 Nov. 1989: N. pag.

I423
Katz, Susan A. "Thumbnail Reviews." Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry. Bitterroot 29 (Winter 1989/90): 68.

I424
Rev. of A Century of Yiddish Poetry. AJL Newsletter Feb./Mar. 1990: 14.

I425
Valencia, Heather. "A Cornucopia of Yiddish Poetry." Jewish Quarterly [London] Spring 1990: 57-61.

I426
Rosenfeld, Max. "Our Yiddish Poetic Heritage." Jewish Currents 44.6 (June 1990): 26-8.

I427
Ring, Michael. "Dr. Aaron Kramer Retires." Pride [Dowling College] Summer 1990: 7.

I428
Greco, Leonard. "Aaron Kramer -- A Poet For the People." Suffolk County News [New York] 13 Sep. 1990: 2.

I429
Hoffman, Miriam. "Der Poet Ahrn Kramer." Forward 30 Nov. 1990: 12+ In Yiddish.

I430
Marshall, Sol. H. "Poetry Shows the Jewish Spirit." B'nai Brith Messenger 12 Apr. 1991: 21.

I431
"Westhampton Writers Festival." Hampton Chronicle-News [New York] 23 May 1991: B6.

I432
"Dowling Professor Releases New Work." Pride [Dowling College] Spring 1991: 9.

I433
Guyther, Mary Beth. "Northport Site of Poetry Series." Record [Patchogue] 3 July 1991: N. pag.

I434
Brander, John. Rev. of Indigo and Other Poems. Journal of Poetry Therapy Fall 1991: 40-41.

I435
Greening, Thomas. Rev. of Indigo and Other Poems. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 30.4 (Fall 1991): N. pag.

I436
Griffin, Hal. Rev. of Indigo and Other Poems. Outlook 29.11 (Nov. 1991): 19.

I437
Schappes, Morris U. Rev. of Indigo and Other Poems. Jewish Currents 45.11 (Dec. 1991): N. pag.

I438
Colker, David. "1944 Opera Rises Above Tragic Birth." Los Angeles Times 29 Mar. 1992: 103+

I439
Lerner, Art. "Aaron Kramer's Poetic Voice." Heritage [Los Angeles] 17 Apr. 1992: 29.

I440
Brin, Herb. "A Guide to Literature as a Therapeutic Tool." Heritage [Los Angeles] 1 May 1992: 17.

I441
Tresca, Michael. "Feasting on Words: a Profile on Dr. Aaron Kramer." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 34.7 (12 May 1992): 7.

I442
Sheldon, Anne. Rev. of Indigo. Visions #39 Summer 1992: [41].

I443
Lecakes, Carrie. "Dowling Poetry Contest Winners Announced at Whitman Birthplace." Lion's Voice [Dowling College] 29 Oct. 1992: 9.

I444
Marshall, Sol H. "Life is a Poem." B'nai Brith Messenger 29 Jan. 1993: 19.

I445
"Congratulations!" Outlook 31: 4-5 (Apr./May 1993): 11. A tribute from the Outlook board on Kramer's winning the M.S. Arnoni Award.

I446
Rosenfeld, Max. "Presenting the M.S. Arnoni Award." Jewish Currents 47.9 (Sep. 1993): 7-8. A tribute to Kramer on his being awarded the 8th Annual M.S. Arnoni Award.

I447
Suhail, Adib [sic]. "Aaron Kramer -- American Poet, Critic, and Translator." Auraq [Karachi, Pakistan] Nov./Dec. 1993: N. pag. In Urdu.

I448
Johnson, David Read. Rev. of Life Guidance Through Literature. Journal of Poetry Therapy Winter 1993: 51-2. Includes special focus on Kramer's chapter.

I449
Schappes, Morris U. "In Memoriam: David Seltzer (April 2, 1904-April 25, 1994)." Jewish Currents 48.6 (June 1994): 40.

I450
Wald, Alan M. Writing From the Left: New Essays on Radical Culture and Politics. London: Verso: 1994. 153+

I451
Kleinberg, Philip. "WBAI Programs Win Subscriber." Letter. Jewish Currents 49.2 (Feb. 1995): 34. Kleinberg refers to a Nov. 1994 Kramer broadcast on WBAI, New York.

I452
Sohail, Adeeb [sic]. "Raising a Voice Against Oppression." Dawn [Karachi, Pakistan] 9 Apr. 1995: N. pag. Includes "Bhopal." Translated from Urdu by Khurshid Bano.

I453
"Does Anyone Know?" Jewish Currents 49.4 (Apr. 1995): 32-33

I454
"Poet Aaron Kramer to Speak After Meeting." Chronicle [SUNY Stony Brook] 4.4 (Apr. 1995): [1]

I455
Trennert, Richard. "Poet Aaron Kramer Reads to Round Table." Chronicle [SUNY Stony Brook] 4.5 (May 1995): [3]

I456
Goldberg, Itche [unsigned] "All My Yesterdays." Rev. and strong general response to All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Yiddishe Kultur May/June 1995: 64. In Yiddish.

I457
Greening, Thomas. "Commentary by the Editor." Journal of Humanistic Psychology 34.3 (Summer 1995): 6.

I458
Barrett, Hal. "All about Aaron." UUMN Notes Sep. 1995: 14. Biographical sketch including paragraphs paraphrased from a letter by Hershl Hartman.

I459
Mellichamp, Leslie. Editorís note. Lyric Fall 1995: 136. Commentary concerning Kramer as thirty-five year contributor and poet.

I460
Brown, Benjamin A. Letter. Jewish Currents 49.9 (Oct. 1995): 26.

I461
Schappes, Morris U. Obituary of Benjamin A. Brown. Jewish Currents 49.9 (Oct. 1995): 27. Includes quotation from 1949 comment on Kramer by Brown.

I462
Cohen, George. Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Booklist 1 Oct. 1995: 24.

I463
"Shelf Life." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Jewish Week 20 Oct. 1995: n. pag.

I464
Applebaum, Elizabeth. "Mitzvah How-To." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Detroit Jewish News [n.d.]: 42.

I465
Baskin, Bernard. "Yiddish Literature Lives On." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. New York Review of Books 2 Nov. 1995: N. Pag.

I466
"Book Notes." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Shofar Magazine [n.d.]: 171.

I467
Buhle, Paul. "New Look at Radicalism and Culture." Rev. of Writing From the Left, by Alan M. Wald. Jewish Currents 49.11 (Dec. 1995): 9. Includes an extended comment on Kramer.

I468
Tate, James O. "Foreword." Mosby. Nashville, TN: Caliban Books, 1995: xiv-xv. Tate acknowledges Kramer's as "best commentary" about Melville's poem "The Scout Toward Aldie."

I469
Forsyth, Benjamin. "Yiddish Mommas." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. American Book Review 17.2 (Dec. 1995/Jan. 1996): 26+

I470
Sohail, Adeeb. "The Miracle of Aaron Kramer." Asian Voice International 1.8/9 (1996): 39-40.

I471
Paris, Matthew. Rev. of Indigo and All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Home Planet News 40 (1996): 7+

I472
"Dovid [sic] Edelshtat: A Yiddish Sweatshop Poet in Denver." The Vinklís Voice 1.3 (Sep. 1996: [3]. Acknowledges Kramerís "wonderful translation" of Edelshtat and includes quotes from a telephone interview with Kramer.

I473
Goodman, Roger. "Dora Teitelboimís Many Voices." Rev. of All My Yesterdays Were Steps. Jewish Currents 50.11 (Dec. 1996): 38-9.

I474
"Kramer, Aaron." Who's Who in America. New York: Marquis, 1997.

I475
Mohan, Geoffrey. "Poet Aaron Kramer, 75, Taught at Dowling College." Newsday 10 Apr. 1997: A69. An obituary.

I476
"Aaron Kramer, Poet and Translator, 75." New York Times 12 Apr. 1997: 28. An obituary.

I477
"Aaron Kramer (Dec. 13, 1921-April 7, 1997)" Jewish Currents 51.5 (May 1997): 37. An obituary.

I478
Goodman, Roger. "For Aaron Kramer." Jewish Currents 51.6 (June 1997): 25. A poem dedicated to Kramer. Includes a photograph of Kramer.

I479
"Aaron Kramer (Dec. 13, 1921-April 7, 1997)." Jewish Currents 51.6 (June 1997): 39. A memorial notice from Kramerís family and friends.

I480
"In Memoriam: Aaron Kramer, 1922 [sic] -1997." Outlook 35.5 (July-Aug. 1997): 8. Includes "Dialogue." In TC.

I481
Greening, Tom. "Aaron Kramer, 1921-1997." Journal of Humanistic Psychology 37.4 (Fall 1997): 7-9.

I482
Lerner, Arthur. "Remembering Aaron Kramer." Journal of Humanistic Psychology 37.4 (Fall 1997): 10-11.

I483
Wald, Alan M. "Radical Poetry, 1930s-1960s." Encyclopedia of the American Left. Ed. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 1998. 676-78.

I484
Schappes, Morris U. "Emma Lazarus Federation of Jewish Women's Clubs." Encyclopedia of the American Left. Ed. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 1998. 208.

I485
Zappulla, Elio, trans. Inferno: A New Verse Translation. By Dante Alighieri. New York: Pantheon, 1998. xiii.

I486
Seaman, Donna. Rev. of The Last Lullaby: Poetry from the Holocaust. Booklist 94.12 (15 Feb. 1998): 969.

I487
Gilbert, Sandra M. "The Presence of Absence." The Womenís Review of Books 16.1 (Oct. 1998): 11-12. Rev. of God Hid His Face.

I488
Gilzinger, Donald, Jr. Introduction. "The Emperor of Atlantis [Der Kaiser von Atlantis]" Theatrical Performance during the Holocaust: Texts | Documents | Memoirs. Ed. Rebecca Rovit and Alvin Goldfarb. Baltimore, MD: PAJ/Johns Hopkins UP: 1999. 250-51.

I489
Kingsolver, Barbara. Acknowledgements. Prodigal Summer. New York: HarperCollins, 2000. x. Kingsolver describes Kramer as "a writer of passion and social conscience" and "a kindred spirit." Kramerís "Prothalamium" [xiii] serves as epigraph for her novel.

I490
Kingsolver, Barbara. Interview with Noah Adams. All Things Considered. National Public Radio. 23 Oct. 2000. Kingsolver concludes the interview concerning her novel Prodigal Summer by reading the entire text of "Prothalamium." She closes saying "That's by Aaron Kramer and it's beautiful."

I491
Nelson, Cary. Revolutionary Memory: Recovering the Poetry of the American Left. New York: Routledge, 2001. 127, 228, 231, and 241.

I492
Hetherington, Naomi. Rev. of The Last Lullaby: Poetry from the Holocaust. Journal of Jewish Studies 52.2 (Autumn 2001): 391-93.

I493
Halio, Jay L. Rev. of The Last Lullaby: Poetry from the Holocaust. Shofar 19.2 (Winter 2001): 159.

I494
Wald, Alan M. Exiles from a Future Time: The Forging of the Mid-Twentieth-Century Literary Left. Chapel Hill, NC: U of North Carolina P: 2002. 14-15, 64, 337 (n. 32).

I495
Newcomb, John Timberman.  Would Poetry Disappear? American Poetry and the Crisis of Modernity. Columbus, OH: Ohio State UP: 2004. 39, 212-14.

I496
Gilzinger, Donald, Jr., and Cary Nelson. "Aaron Kramer: American Prophet." Wicked Times: Selected Poems of Aaron Kramer. Ed. Cary Nelson and Donald Gilzinger, Jr. Urbana, IL: U of Illinois P: 2004. xvii-lix. Contains the first detailed account of Kramer's life.

I497
Ludas, Elizabeth S. "Out of Obscurity: Poems of Aaron Kramer at Watchung Booksellers." Montclair [NJ] Times 6 Oct. 2004: N. pag.

I498
Axelrod, David B. Rev. of Wicked Times: Selected Poems of Aaron Kramer, ed. Cary Nelson and Donald Gilzinger, Jr. Poetrybay Winter 2005. 11 Jan. 2005 <http://www.poetrybay.com/winter2005/br_axelrod.htm>.

 

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