1883 – Born on the 4th of January in Canandaigua,Ontario Co.,New York.
1905 – He attended Williams Collage, U.S.A.
1907 – He moved to Columbia University to worked as a Doctor of Philosophy.
1910 – He became involved in political matters, helping to establish the Men’s League for Women’s
1913 – He published Enjoyment of Poetry, an examination of literary metaphor from a psychological
point of view.
1919 – He founded a publication titled The "Liberator".
1922 – He and his wife Ida Raub divorced.
1923 – He embarked on a fact-finding tour of the Soviet Union.
1930 – He continued writing critiques of contemporary literature.
1941 – He was hired as a roving editor for Reader’s Digest magazine.
1964 – He produced a number of autobiographical works, culminating in Love and Revolution.
1969 – He died on the 25th of March in Bridgetown, Barbaros.