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by Camden Poetry Group
Author: Camden Poetry Group
Publisher: The Group (1976)
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By customer groups & interests. According to Burns, a third of the collected poems were written in the last fifty years, and a second third were written between 1900 and 1945
By customer groups & interests. His introduction is intelligent and thoughtful. According to Burns, a third of the collected poems were written in the last fifty years, and a second third were written between 1900 and 1945. There are poets in here that I don't ordinarily like, . Walt Whitman and Carl Sandburg, but I've also stumbled across gems such as "Ars Poetica" by Archibald MacLeish that I immediately printed out and memorized.
by Camden Poetry Group. Published 1976 by The Group in London. Camden (London, England), England, London.
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