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Edited by AUGUSTUS WHITE LONG, Preceptor in English, Princeton University.

This book is intended to serve as an introduction to the systematic study of American poetry, and, therefore, does not pretend to exhaustiveness. All the poets from 1776 to 1900 who are worthy of recognition are here treated simply, yet suggestively, and in such a manner as to ill.u.s.trate the growth and spirit of American life, as expressed in its verse. Each writer is represented by an appropriate number of poems, which are preceded by brief biographical sketches, designed to entertain and awaken interest. The explanatory notes and the brief critical comments give much useful and interesting information.


Edited by EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph.D., and HARRY G. PAUL, A.M., a.s.sistant Professors of English Literature in the University of Illinois.

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