The voice that is great within us: American poetry of the twentieth century

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Bantam Books, 1970 - Poetry - 722 pages
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Review: The Voice That is Great Within Us: American Poetry of the Twentieth Century

User Review  - Jennifer Lumsden - Goodreads

I pick up this book every few weeks and find something new that I love every time. So it's perpetually on my "currently-reading" shelf. Read full review

Review: The Voice That is Great Within Us: American Poetry of the Twentieth Century

User Review  - Brittannia Talori - Goodreads

This book is over 40 years old, so it is not a complete spectrum of the poetry in the 20th century. It is a decent staple though, minus several random poets who were popular in the 50s-60s and whose ... Read full review

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ROBERT FROST
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An Old Mans Winter Night
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Nothing Gold Can Stay
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Monumental book and winner of National Book Critics Circle Award.

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