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A history of American poetry, 1900-1940

Author: Horace Gregory; Marya Zaturenska
Publisher: New York, Gordian Press, 1969 [©1946]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Gregory, Horace, 1898-1982.
History of American poetry, 1900-1940.
New York, Gordian Press, 1969 [©1946]
(OCoLC)588907493
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Horace Gregory; Marya Zaturenska
OCLC Number: 13850
Notes: Reprint of the 1946 ed. with a new foreword by the authors.
Description: xviii, 524 pages 23 cm
Contents: Part I: The "Twilight Interval" --
William Vaughn Moody and His Circle --
Three Poets of the Sierras: Joaquin Miller, Edwin Markham, George Sterling --
The Barefoot Boy of Indiana: James Whitcomb Riley --
A Note on the Poetry of George Santayana --
Four Women of the "Twilight Interval": Reese, Guiney, Crapsey, and Teasdale --
"La Comedie Humaine" of E.A. Robinson --
A Note on Stephen Crane --
Part II: The "Poetic Renaissance" --
Harriet Monrow and the "Poetic Renaissance" --
The Horatian Serenity of Robert Frost --
Ezra Pound and the Spirit of Romance --
Amy Lowell, Literary Statesman --
The Islands of H.D. --
The Postimpressionism of John Gould Fletcher --
A Formal "Objectivist": William Carlos Williams --
The Heritage of "The Yellow Book" and Conrad Aiken --
Three Middle Western Poets: Masters, Lindsay, and Sandburg --
Part III: The 1920s --
Donald Evans: Preface to the 1920s --
Edna St. Vincent Millay and the Poetry of Feminine Revolt and Self-Expression --
Elionor Wylie and Leonie Adams: The Poetry of Feminine Sensibility --
"The Romantic Traditionists": William Ellery Leonard, Louis Untermeyer, Robert Hillyer, and Mark Van Doren --
Marianne Moore: The Genius of "The Dial" --
The Harmonium of Wallace Stevens --
Three Poets of Brattle Street: E.E. Cummings, John Wheelwright, Dudley Fitts --
John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, and a Note on Laura Riding --
The Negro Poet in America --
Robinson Jeffers and the Birth of Tragedy --
T.S. Eliot, The Twentieth-Century "Man of Feeling" in American Poetry --
Part IV: The 1930s --
The National Spirit of Stephen Vincent and William Rose Benet, with Notes on Lola Ridge and Muriel Rukeyser --
Archibald Mac Leish and the "Invocation to the Social Muse" --
The Lost Generation of John Peale Bishop --
The Critical Realism of Kenneth Fearing --
Hart Crane: Death and the Sea --
Epilogue --
Recent American Poetry.
Responsibility: [by] Horace Gregory and Marya Zaturenska.

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