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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Burton Egbert Stevenson
|Notes:||Reprint of the 1935 ed.
Text for each poem precedes Stevenson's critical essay.
|Description:||402 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||One poem men.--There is no death, by J.L. McCreery.--Kaiser & Co., by A.M. Rose.--A visit from St. Nicholas, by C.C. Moore.--There is no unbelief, by L.Y. Case.--Casey at the bat, by E.L. Thayer.--If I should die to-night, by A.E. Smith and B. King.--Waiting, by J. Burroughs.--Ben Bolt, by T.D. English.--Beautiful snow, by J.W. Watson.--Nothing to wear, by W.A. Butler.--Solitude, by E.W. Wilcox.--Rock me to sleep, by E. Akers.--The lesson of the water-mill, by S. Doudney.--What my lover said, by H. Greene.--Derelict, by Y.E. Allison.--The mouse-trap.--More about the mouse-trap.--Notes on some familiar quotations.|
|Series Title:||Essay index reprint series.|