Born in Madrid, George Santayana grew up in Boston from the age of six. He was educated at Boston Latin School and Harvard University. At Harvard, he was a student of William James. Later, he taught at Harvard for 23 years and had many students who would have influential careers themselves in literature, philosophy, and the development of American culture, including Gertrude Stein, T. S. Eliot, and Robert Frost.
Santayana’s work has become important in the history of philosophy in America. To learn more about his philosophical ideas and publications, please visit the links listed to the right.
Sonnets and Other Verses
Poems (George Santayana)
Songs, Vol. 1 (WorldCat)
Composer(s): John DukeView via WorldCat