A Book of Princeton Verse 1916
Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Poetry - 208 pages
1916. This book of Princeton verse is selected from poems written during the last six years on the Princeton campus, with the exception of one poem by a Princeton man in France. With the exception of one contributor, moreover, it is chiefly the work of undergraduates, who are still in residence. One or two contributors are students at the Graduate College. Princeton poets whose work appears in this volume include: Hamilton Fish Armstrong; John Peale Bishop; Henry Chapin; Sayers Coe; Robert P. Coffin; Philip L. Coffin; William Brewer Connett; James Creese; Pierson Curtis; W. Stanley Dell; Harrington Green; Brooks Henderson; Raymond Peckham Holden; Herbert Jones; Isidor Kaufman; George B. Logan, Jr.; Francis Charles MacDonald; John S. Nicholas; Ainsworth O'Brien-Moore; Percy Rivington Pyne, Jr.; Samuel Moor Shoemaker, Jr.; George Rippey Stewart, Jr.; Keene Wallis; T.K. Whipple; and Edmund Wilson, Jr.
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