Richard Howard, aka Richard Joseph Howard, was an American poet, essayist, literary critic, and translator has died at the age of 92. Following Richard Howard’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the American poet, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said, “I’m sorry to read that Richard Howard has passed. As I recall, he liked this photo of himself in his author-bedecked bathroom. I’m esp. grateful for his sensitive translations of Barthes, which I turn to regularly. What luck for us that he could render such impossible creations.” Another user said, “Richard Howard, whose death has just been announced, remembers a helicopter ride with Roland Barthes’s mother from Idlewild Airport to the Pan Am Building in Manhattan.” While another user tweeted, “Richard Howard has died. Just the other day I found a typescript of this poem of his, tucked into one of his books in Merrill’s library. It would appear in Fellow Feelings (1976). It’s such a moving account of what gets shared, overheard, and felt alone in poems—and in lives.”
What was Richard Howard’s Net Worth?
Richard Howard Net Worth
$1 Million USD
Richard Howard, aka Richard Joseph Howard, was an American poet, essayist, literary critic, and translator. He was born on 13 October 1929 in Cleveland, Ohio, the United States; she was 92 years old at her demise. He graduated from Columbia University, where he studied under Mark Van Doren. He was awarded the PEN Translation Prize in 1976 for his translation of E. M. Cioran’s A Short History of Decay and the National Book Award. He also earned a master’s degree in 1952; Howard studied modern French poetry at the Sorbonne on a French government fellowship. From 1993 to 1995, he served as Poet Laureate of the State of New York. Some of his poetry works include Quantities, Damages, Two-Part Inventions, Fellow Feelings, Misgivings, Selected Poems, Trappings, Talking Cures, Inner Voices, and many more.
The estimated Net Worth of Richard Howard is around $1 Million USD.
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