His father, an Italian immigrant, died in an automobile accident in , and he was raised by his Italian mother who was illiterate and his three older sisters. In , his family moved to Medford, Massachusetts , where he attended public schools. UMich awarded him their Hopwood Prize for his Homeward to America,  a poetry collection which he submitted under the pseudonym "Thomas Aquinas". After the war, Ciardi returned to UKC for the spring semester , where he met and married Myra Judith Hostetter on July 28 who at the time was a journalist and journalism instructor .
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The Divine Comedy (ciardi)