Parker Tyler

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Harrison Parker Tyler (March 6, 1904 – June 1974), was an American author, poet, and film critic. Tyler had a relationship with underground filmmaker Charles Boultenhouse (1926–1994) from 1945 until his death. Their papers are held by the New York Public Library. In 1997, cultural critic Camille Paglia described Tyler as her favorite critic and the biggest influence on her own film criticism, writing that like Tyler, she "[is] primarily a myth-critic and pagan cultist".He appeared in Maya Deren's At Land (1944), a 15-minute silent experimental film.