American Poets, 1880-1945, First Series, Volume 1; Volume 3
Gale Research Company, 1986 - American poetry - 490 pages
Essays on the writers whose works are the story of modern American poetry to World War II - the story of successive generations of writers increasingly gaining familiarity in and security with the American idiom, gaining confidence in being American poets without having to turn to Europe for models or for approval, nor of having to turn away from Europe.
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