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Famous single poems and the controversies which have raged around them
Bib ID 2333693
Format BookBook
Author
Stevenson, Burton Egbert, 1872-1962
 
Description London : George G. Harrap, 1924 
340 p. ; 19 cm. 
Full contents
  • One poem men.
  • There is no death, by J. L. McCreery.
  • Kaiser & Co., by A. M. Rose.
  • A visit from St. Nicholas, by C. C. Moore.
  • There is no unbelief, by L. Y. Case.
  • Casey at the bat, by E. L. Thayer.
  • If I should die to-night, by A. E. Smith and B. King.
  • Waiting, by J. Burroughs.
  • Ben Bolt, by T. D. English.
  • Beautiful snow, by J. W. Watson.
 
Notes

Text for each poem precedes Stevenson's critical essay.

Subjects American poetry -- History and criticism.  |  Authorship, Disputed.

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