1889 - Conrad Potter Aiken was born in Savannah, Goergia on August 5, 1889.
1912 - Aiken graduated and married to Jessie McDonald.
1914 - He wrote his first collection of verse entitled Earth Triumphant that made him known as a poet.
1919 - Aiken's essays was collected in Skepticisms.
1921 - Aken moved from Massachusetts to England.
1927-1928 - Aiken was a tutor in English at Harvard.
1929 - He was divorced to his wife, Jessie McDonald.
1930 - Aiken won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his Selected Poems and married to Clarissa M. Lorenz.
1931 - He produced his famous preludes, collectedin Preludes to Memnon.
1932 - Aiken attemted suicide.
1933 - He sailed to Boston.
1934 - He wrote his anthologised short story entitled Silent Snow, Secret Snow.
1936 - Aiken produced his famous preludes, Time in The Rock.
1937 - He married to Mary Hoover after divorcing Clarissa and returned to Rye.
1947 - He settled in Brewster, Massachusetts.
1950-1952 - He became a consultant in poetry at the Library of Congress.
1953 - Aiken published Collected Poems.
1973 - Died in Savannah, Georgia on August 17, 1973.
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