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Thoreau as a Poet

Bookstores specializing in out-of-print items may feel done out of a good thing, but readers of poetry, students of American literature, and Thoreau specialists and enthusiasts will be delighted that this edition of Thoreau's poems and poetic fragments, first published in 1943 but long unavailable, has been brought back in print in an expanded form.

The Poetry of Robert Frost

Reuben A. Brower's book, The Poetry of Robert Frost: Constellations of Intention, is the best introduction to Frost for the general reader so far avaliable.

Western and Montreal

These two books come from opposite sides of the country: Vancouver and Montreal.

A Populist Anthology

Even in a predominantly agricultural society, the limiting of the presentation of a foreign literature to one narrow movement cannot be justified.

Poetry Review

Some books of poems yield enjoyment less readily than others.

The Greatness of Robinson Jeffers

It will be interesting to see how this posthumous collection of Robinson Jeffers' poetry makes out among the reviewers and the prize committees.


Colin Haworth's six expressionist drawings that accompany the forty poems in this book are curiously appropriate


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