Melville Henry Cane’s Death – Cause and Date

The poet Melville Henry Cane died at the age of 100. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

American poet, author, and attorney who is best remembered for his 1953 work Making a Poem. His other publications include All and Sundry: An Oblique Autobiography and Bullet-Hunting.

Early in his career, he worked as a reporter for The New York Evening Post. He published his debut poetry collection, Behind Dark Spaces, in 1930.

He wrote the libretto for a comic opera while he was a student at Columbia University.

He lived to be one hundred years old.

His degree in copyright law allowed him to advise author Sinclair Lewis on legal affairs.