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The High School In The 1960s Tv Series “room 222” Was Named After Which American Poet?

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The ABC comedy-drama series "Room 222" took place at fictional Walt Whitman High School. The show primarily focused on an American history class in room 222 at the fictional, extremely racially diverse school in Los Angeles, but it also showed the lives of the students and faculties outside of the educational arena.

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The high school in the 1960s TV series "Room 222" was named after which American poet?

The ABC comedy-drama series "Room 222" took place at fictional Walt Whitman High School. The show primarily focused on an American history class in room 222 at the fictional, extremely racially diverse school in Los Angeles, but it also showed the lives of the students and faculties outside of the educational arena.

In 1933, Gertrude Hadley ran away from her Arkansas home with a former prizefighter named Joe Jeannette II, who’d shown up at her high school. become a poet; “nappy edges” was just the second.

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A Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. poet laureate, Merwin completed more than 20 books. “The Carrier of Ladders,” saying that he was “too conscious of being an American to accept public.

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The high school in the 1960s TV series "Room 222" was named after which American poet?

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