The voice that is great within us: American poetry of the twentieth century
anthology includes the works of more than 130 major American poets of the modern period--Robert Frost, Paul Goodman, Carl Sandburg and Gwendolyn Brooks among them--along with short biographies of each.
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The Voice That Is Great Within Us: American Poetry of the Twentieth Century
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