Jarrell

[ jar-uhl, juh-rel ]
/ ˈdʒær əl, dʒəˈrɛl /

noun

Randall, 1914–65, U.S. poet and critic.

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  • Before many months, Mrs. Jarrell will be enjoying a royalty.

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  • A novel, which Mrs. Jarrell believes will be her best work, is in construction and is clamoring to be written.

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