|William Rose BenÃ©t|
|Born||William Rose BenÃ©t
(1886-02-02)February 2, 1886
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Died||May 4, 1950(1950-05-04) (aged 64)
New York City, New York, U.S.
The Albany Academy
|Known for||Founder and editor of the Saturday Review of Literature (1924-1950)
The Dust Which Is God (1941)
The Reader’s Encyclopedia (1948)
|Spouse(s)||Teresa France Thomson (1912-1919, her death)
Elinor Wylie (1923-1928, her death)
Lora Baxter (1932-1937)
Marjorie Flack (1941-1950)
|Children||James Walker BenÃ©t
Frances Rosemary BenÃ©t
Kathleen Anne BenÃ©t
|Parent(s)||Col. James Walker BenÃ©t
Frances (Rose) BenÃ©t
|Relatives||Stephen Vincent BenÃ©t (brother)
Laura BenÃ©t (sister)
Brigadier General Stephen Vincent BenÃ©t (grandfather)
|Awards||Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1941)|
And now there is merely silence, silence, silence, saying all we did not know.