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Nash, Ogden

Nash, Ogden

Nash, Ogden, 1902-71, American poet, b. Rye, N.Y., studied at Harvard. He was popular for a wide assortment of witty and immensely quotable doggerel verses, ranging from urbane satire to absurdity in their subject and rhyme. For several decades his work appeared regularly in the New Yorker. Nash also wrote plays, e.g., One Touch of Venus (1943) in collaboration with Kurt Weill and S. J. Perelman, and children's books. His collections include Hard Lines (1931), I'm a Stranger Here Myself (1938), Selected Verse (1946), Versus (1949), The Private Dining Room (1953), You Can't Get There from Here (1957), Verses from 1929 On (1959), Everyone but Thee and Me (1962), and Bed Riddance (1970).

See biography by D. M. Parker (2005).

Ogden may refer to:



Given name

Fictional characters

  • Hilda Ogden, a character in the British television series Coronation Street
  • Irma Ogden, a character in the British television series Coronation Street


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In the United States:


  • USS Ogden (PF-39), commissioned in 1943, and received three battle stars for World War II service; named after Ogden, Utah
  • USS Ogden (LPD-5), an Austin-class amphibious transport dock; also named after Ogden, Utah

Other uses

  • Ogden (hyperelastic model), hyperelastic material model, used in continuum mechanics to model rubberlike material behaviour
  • Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake, a concept album by the British rock band The Small Faces
  • Ogden tables, actuarial tables produced by the United Kingdom Government Actuary's Department, used for calculating future losses in personal injury and fatal accident cases

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