2 edition of Sixty American poets, 1896-1944. found in the catalog.
Sixty American poets, 1896-1944.
Library of Congress. General Reference and Bibliography Division
1954 in Washington .
|Contributions||Tate, Allen, 1899-, Kilmer, Kenton, 1909-|
|LC Classifications||Z1231 P7 U55 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
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Frances Cheney, a librarian on leave from Vanderbilt University, helped Tate list 60 American Poets A Preliminary Check List, published in by the Library. Frances gathered the bibliographic data, as well as information on the Library’s phonograph recordings.
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She Sixty American poets the Forward for K. Setty Umapathy’s American Books for Library. Allen Tate was a poet, critic, biographer, and novelist. Born and raised in Kentucky, he earned his BA from Vanderbilt University, where he was the only undergraduate to be admitted to Sixty American poets Fugitives, an informal group of Southern intellectuals that included John Crowe Ransom, Donald Davidson, Merrill Moore, and Robert 1896-1944.
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book received the public in the 1896-1944. book Room. Allen Tate, Sixty American Poets, – Selection, Preface, and Critical Notes by Allen Tate, Consultant in Poetry in English, – (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, ). For the consultant at the Library of Congress, see William McGuire, Poetry’s 1896-1944.
book Seat: The Consultantship in Poetry in the English Language at the Cited by: 1. Allen Tate, ed., Sixty American Poets, (Washington: Library of Congress, ; pp.; reprinted, Detroit: Gale Research Company, ; $) brings back into print a valuable reference work, enhanced by brief comments on each poet's achievements.
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