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The best poems of 1922

Author: Thomas Moult; Curwen Press,
Publisher: London : J. Cape, 1923.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Moult; Curwen Press,
OCLC Number: 13404801
Notes: "Printed at the Curwen Press"--Colophon.
Description: 145 pages : frontispiece, illustrations ; 19 cm
Contents: Horse in a field / Walter de la Mare --
Green weeds / James Stephens --
Winflower leaf / Carl Sandburg --
Uiseó mo leanb / Alfred Perceval Graves --
The witch of Coos / Robert Frost --
The rambling sailor / Charlotte Mew --
Now is the sunlight mellow / C. Henry Warren --
She asks for new earth / Katharine Tynan --
Contraria / Roy Meldrum --
Irish song / Helen Coale Crew --
Votive / John Drinkwater --
Fate / Harold Monro --
As rivers of water in a dry place / Anna de Bary --
Poets, painters, puddings / Richard Hughes --
Heliodora / H.D. --
Finalities / Maxwell Bodenheim --
Where it is winter / George O'Neill --
Virginiana / Mary Johnston --
Leda / Muriel Stuart --
Moon-riders / Carl Sandburg --
The shoe factory / Ruth Harwood --
Montana wives / Gwendolen Haste --
Protest in passing / Leonora Speyer --
Poetry and the subconscious / Martin Armstrong --
Midday ; Light / Pascal D'Angelo --
Pause / Ann Hamilton --
The young man under the walnut-tree / A.E. Coppard --
The poet and his book / Alice Meynell --
Seaward / Ben Ray Redman --
Lill' angels / Beatrice Ravenel --
Green fire / Charles Wharton Stork --
Woman's song / Edward Shanks --
Recordition / Marx G. Sabel --
An ancient to ancients / Thomas Hardy --
Bloom / Alfred Kreymborg --
To Atalanta / Dorothy Dow --
Town garden / Dorothy Roberts --
The scissor-grinder / Carlyle McIntyre --
Is this the lark! / Joseph Auslander --
Sanctuary / Aline Kilmer --
The drake / Ruth Manning-Sanders --
These fields at evening / David Morton --
Country sale / Edmund Blunden --
A sophistry of duration / Richard Aldington --
Poets / Hortense Flexner --
Doom-devoted / Louis Golding --
Love in old age / W. Force Stead --
On Epsom Down / Ianthe Jerrold --
Whitsun-eve / Evelyn Underhill --
Whiteness / Isobel Hume --
The murdered face / John Freeman --
The poor girl's meditation / Padraic Colum --
Song nets / Hilda Conkling --
On a photograph of myself as a boy / J.R. Ackerley --
The old spinner / Virginia Lyne Tunstall --
These are but words / Muna Lee --
The little tree / Dorothy Margaret Stuart --
New sorrow / David Morton --
Seascape / Francis Brett Young --
Our Sussex Downs / W.H. Davies --
Hansom cabbies / Wilfrid Thorley --
The myth of Arthur / G.K. Chesterton --
The cosmopolitan / Alan Porter --
To a Roman / J.C. Squire --
A good-bye from the ship / Witter Bynner --
Compensation / Gerald Gould --
Orientation / Amy Lowell --
Let me love bright things / A Newberry choyce --
Gratitude / B. Worsley-Gough --
Waters of Babylon / Louis Untermeyer --
Blue water / John Gould Fletcher --
Promenade sentimentale / Edith Sitwell --
To Chicago at night / Mildred Plew Merryman --
Mirror, mirror / Robert Graves --
Home-sickness / Henry Bellamann --
Farewell in February / Sylvia Lynd --
Quarrel / Elinor Wylie --
Wildness / Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff --
Winter song / V. Sackville-West --
How far is it to Bethlehem? / Frances Chesterton --
The happy night / R.L. Gales --
A Christmas carol / Laurence Housman.
Responsibility: selected by Thomas Moult & decorated by Philip Hagreen.

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