A Treasury of Great Poems, English and American: From the Foundations of the English Spirit to the Outstanding Poetry of Our Own Time, with Lives of the Poets and Historical Settings
Simon and Schuster, 1955 - English poetry - 1286 pages
980 works are included in this collection of English and American poetry. Includes interpretive and biographical material.
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HENRY REED 1914 1221
IN PRAISE OF POETRY
THE SONG OF SONGS
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