Edwin Arlington Robinson was an eminent American poet who won three ‘Pulitzer Prize’ for his poems, and writings. He was also four times nominated for the ‘Nobel Prize in Literature’. His childhood as described by him was ‘stark and unhappy’. His struggles were reflected in his poems, thoughts and writings that exhibited dark pessimism. ‘The Torrent and the Night Before’ was his first book, which was self-published. His literary success began to mount with his second book, ‘The Children Of The Night’ that had a wider circulation. Some of his other notable works include, ‘Lancelot’, ‘Tristram’, ‘Sonnets’, ‘Selected Poems’, The Glory of The Nightingales’, ‘A Happy Man’ and various others. Take a look at the quotable quotations and sayings by Edwin Arlington Robinson which have been curated from his plays, poems, writings, thoughts, letters, works and life. Presenting a collection of quotes and thoughts by Edwin Arlington Robinson on stars, heaven, spiritual, emotional, reactions, languages, logic, courage, prayer, strong, poetry, wisdom etc.