Poetry of the American Renaissance: A Diverse Anthology from the Romantic Period

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Paul Kane
G. Braziller, 1995 - Poetry - 383 pages
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This anthology, the most comprehensive available in a single volume, brings together all of the major poets of the American Renaissance along with many lesser-known poets now being rediscovered. A critical introduction situated the poetry in its historical context, informative headnotes introduce each poet, and notes to the poems provide helpful explanations to unusual words and references. This anthology, for the first time, presents the brilliant poetic legacy of the American Renaissance in a convenient and accessible format.

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Poetry of the American renaissance: a diverse anthology from the romantic period

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The only thing new in this anthology of American poets from 1820 to 1870 is the inclusion of minor figures, long-since vanished footnotes to the greats. African Americans (Frances Ellen Watkins Harper ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION BY PAUL KANE
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THE POEMS
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WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT 17941878
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