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Jeremy Ingalls

Mildred Dodge Jeremy Ingalls (April 2, 1911 - March 16, 2000 in Tucson, Arizona) was an American poet.


She grew up in Gloucester, Massachusetts. She graduated from Tufts College and studied Chinese at the University of Chicago Oriental Institute. From 1948 to 1960, she taught at Rockford College.[1]

She had a foster son, Yong-ho Ch'oe. Her papers are at University of Chicago,[2] University of Delaware,[3] and University of Arizona.[4]




  • Symbols for These Times. The Press of Flozari. 1940. 
  • The Metaphysical Sword. Yale University Press. 1941.  2nd edition AMS Press, 1971
  • The Thunder Saga of Tahl. A.A. Knopf. 1945. 
  • The Woman From the Island (1958)
  • These Islands Also. C. E. Tuttle Co. 1959. 
  • This Stubborn Quantum. Capstone Editions. 1983.  
  • Selected Poems. Kore Press, Inc. 2007.  


  • A Book of Legends. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1941. 
  • The Galilean Way. Longmans, Green & Co. 1953.  A Book for Modern Skeptics.




  1. ^ "Jeremy Ingalls, 88, Erudite Poet With a Fondness for Allusions". The New York Times. March 27, 2000. 
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