James Oppenheim

1882 –

Born on May 24, 1882, in St. Paul, Minnesota, James Oppenheim was a poet, novelist, and psychoanalyst. His published works include The Sea (Alfred A. Knopf, 1924); The Book of Self (Alfred A. Knopf, 1917); Songs for the New Age (The Century Co., 1914); and The Olympian (Harper and Brothers, 1912).

Oppenheim was the founder and editor of the early twentieth-century literary magazine The Seven Arts. He died in New York City on August 4, 1932.