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Republished as Poems of Our Time, –, with a modern supplement chosen by Dame Edith Sitwell. Dent, Contains ‘The Cocky Walkers’ (p), reprinted from S&S. John Arlott (ed.), First Time in America: a Selection of Poems never before published in the.
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Poetry. Anthology. Asian Studies. Translated by William I. Elliott and Nishihara Katsumasa. Originally compiled in by one of Japan's major literary critics, this anthology was considered highly innovative for its time, as it, somewhat like THE POEM ITSELF from the same period, appends generous commentary to each poet setting it clearly in its cultural and historical : Paperback.
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Listed in School Library Journal’s Best Nonfiction of Queer history didn’t start with Stonewall. This book explores how LGBTQ people have always been a part of our national identity, contributing to the country and culture for over years. When situating 20th-century Australian poetry within world literary space, critical histories often map it against the Anglo-American tradition and find it wanting.
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Selected Poems () (Ed) A Book of Flowers () Gardeners and Astronomers ( Macmillan 8/6) Collected Poems ( Macmillan) (Ed) The Atlantic Book of British and American Poetry ( Gollancz) - 2 vols (Ed) Poems of Our Time (Supplement only) () The Outcasts ( Macmillan) (Ed) Swinburne: A Selection ().THE ROBINSON LIBRARY: The Robinson Library >> Linguistics, Languages, and Literatures >> American Literature >> Ezra Pound.
poet, etc. Ezra Loomis Pound was born on Octoin Hailey, Idaho, and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.STEIN, Gertrude. Born 13 FebruaryAllegheny, Pennsylvania; died 27 JulyNeuilly-sur-Seine, France. Daughter of Daniel and Amelia Keyser Stein; life partner Alice B.
Toklas. Gertrude Stein was the last of seven children. Her father was an intense, restless, argumentative man who moved his family about Europe during her early years, before settling in Oakland, California.