Herbert Kaufman Writer

Herbert Kaufman (March 6, 1878 – September 6, 1947) was an American writer and newspaperman whose editorials were widely syndicated in both the United States and Canada. During World War I, Kaufman regularly contributed articles and editorials to the Evening Standard, The Times, and other leading British periodicals, along with more than 50 war poems, including the classic The Hell-Gate of Soissons. Kaufman is the author of several books, including: Kaufman is known for his essays on success, war poetry, and "Kaufmanisms." A "Kaufmanism" is the persuasive rhetorical juxtaposition of words that reverses the subject and object of a phrase often meant to change its context and meaning, typically used to add additional emphasis to both nouns.

Personal details

Date of birth
March 6th, 1878
Nationality
United States of America
Date of death
September 6th, 1947 at age of 69

Written work

1.Poems

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1913. at New York City

Wikipedia

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