Major American Writers, Volume Two

Major American Writers, Volume Two

Book - 1935
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Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, c1935
Edition: 3rd ed
Branch Call Number: 810.8/JON
Alternative Title: Neither out far nor in deep / Robert Frost
Richard Cory / Edwin A. Robinson
Much madness is divinest sense / Emily Dickinson
The rich boy / F. Scott Fitzgerald
The mystic trumpeter / Walt Whitman
To fight aloud is very brave / Emily Dickinson
Mending wall / Robert Frost
Sea slant / Carl Sandburg
And so to-day / Carl Sandburg
The house on the hill / Edwin A. Robinson
Spirit that form'd this scene / Walt Whitman
To hear an oriole sing / Emily Dickinson
The crack-up / F. Scott Fitzgerald
The tuft of flowers / Robert Frost
Out of the cradle endlessly rocking / Walt Whitman
From Life on the Mississipi / Mark Twain
Luke Havergal / Edwin A. Robinson
Baby vamps / Carl Sandburg
The sky is low, the clouds are mean / Emily Dickinson
Years of the modern / Walt Whitman
Song of myself / Walt Whitman
Frescoes for Mr. Rockefeller's city / Archibald MacLeish
On the beach at night alone / Walt Whitman
From The Gilded Age / Mark Twain
Desert places / Robert Frost
One way to write novels / Ellen Glasgow
Benito Cereno / by Herman Melville
The deep past (from The sheltered life) / Ellen Glasgow
The irresponsibles / Archibald MacLeish
Two tramps in mud time / Robert Frost
This is my letter to the world / Emily Dickinson
When I heard the learn'd astronomer / Walt Whitman
Wind song / Carl Sandburg
The art of fiction / Henry James
Preface to Leaves of grass / Walt Whitman
The calming thought of all / Walt Whitman
Some keep the Sabbath going to church / Emily Dickinson
Good-bye, my fancy! / Walt Whitman
A soldier / Robert Frost
Beat! Beat! Drums! / Walt Whitman
You cannot make remembrance grow / Emily Dickinson
Killers / Carl Sandburg
One's-self I sing / Walt Whitman
Daisy Miller : a study / Henry James
Immortal Helix / Archibald MacLeish
I'm nobody! Who are you? / Emily Dickinson
The red badge of courage / by Stephen Crane
Tree at my window / Robert Frost
Mother Goose's garland / Archibald MacLeish
Cavalry crossing a ford / Walt Whitman
Crumbling is not an instant's act / Emily Dickinson
Democratic vistas / Walt Whitman
This quiet dust was gentlemen and ladies / Emily Dickinson
Me imperturbe / Walt Whitman
What pragmatism means / William James
Four preludes on playthings of the wind / Carl Sandburg
Mr. Flood's party / Edwin A. Robinson
Broken-face gargoyles / Carl Sandburg
I hear America singing / Walt Whitman
Ars poetica / Archibald MacLeish
The will to believe / William James
Come up from the fields Father / Walt Whitman
We learned the whole of love / Emily Dickinson
Once by the Pacific / Robert Frost
Spring pools / Robert Frost
Flammonde / Edwin A. Robinson
Success is counted sweetest / Emily Dickinson
The bustle in a house / Emily Dickinson
Give me the splendid silent sun / Walt Whitman
Again his voice is at the door / Emily Dickinson
Immortal Autumn / Archibald MacLeish
Ben Jonson entertains a man from Stratford / Edwin A. Robinson
The sins of Kalamazoo / Carl Sandburg
If you were coming in the fall / Emily Dickinson
How happy is the little stone / Emily Dickinson
The New South / Sidney Lanier
Reconciliation / Walt Whitman
Two look at two / Robert Frost
Native moments / Walt Whitman
It's such a little thing to weep / Emily Dickinson
The marshes of Glynn / Sidney Lanier
Not with a club the heart is broken / Emily Dickinson
Major American writers, volume 2
Credo / Edwin A. Robinson
The end of the world / Archibald MacLeish
To earthward / Robert Frost
These are the days when birds come back / Emily Dickinson
Cool tombs / Carl Sandburg
I cannot live without you / Emily Dickinson
I dreaded that first robin so / Emily Dickinson
Out of the rolling ocean the crowd / Walt Whitman
A ballad of trees and the Master / Sidney Lanier
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee / Emily Dickinson
When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman
Smoke and steel / Carl Sandburg
Miniver Cheevy / Edwin A. Robinson
You, Andrew Marvell / Archibald MacLeish
Nothing gold can stay / Robert Frost
O Captain! My Captain! / Walt Whitman
All overgrown by cunning moss / Emily Dickinson
Lost / Carl Sandburg
I know that he exists / Emily Dickinson
George Crabbe / Edwin A. Robinson
Tradition and the individual talent / T. S. Eliot
Pain has an element of blank / Emily Dickinson
Song of the chattahoochee / Sidney Lanier
The base of all metaphysics / Walt Whitman
After great apin a formal feeling comes / Emily Dickinson
There was a child went forth / Walt Whitman
Fire and ice / Robert Frost
The waste land / T. S. Eliot
Sonnet (oh for a poet) / Edwin A. Robinson
I had been hungry all the years / Emily Dickinson
A death-blow is a life-blow to some / Emily Dickinson
He preached upon "breadth" till it argued him narrow / Emily Dickinson
Fish crier / Carl Sandburg
I saw in louisiana a live-oak growing / Walt Whitman
The symphony / Sidney Lanier
I taste a liquor never brewed / Emily Dickinson
Cliff Klingenhagen / Edwin A. Robinson
Heart, we will forget him! / Emily Dickinson
The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock / T. S. Eliot
The city dead-house / Walt Whitman
New Hampshire / Robert Frost
I hear it was charged against me / Walt Whitman
The gift outright / Robert Frost
The dynamo and the virgin / Henry Adams
The undefeated / Ernest Hemingway
The bear / William Faulkner
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry / Walt Whitman
American character / Henry Adams
The road not taken / Robert Frost
The last invocation / Walt Whitman
An old man's winter night / Robert Frost
He ate and drank the precious words / Emily Dickinson
My life closed twice before it close / Emily Dickinson
They say that "time assuages" / Emily Dickinson
Song of the open road / Walt Whitman
The virgin of Chartres / Henry Adams
Sweeney among the nightingales / T. S. Eliot
Zola / Edwin A. Robinson
Snow / Robert Frost
Passage to India / Walt Whitman
A thought went up my mind to-day / Emily Dickinson
My old man / Ernest Hemingway
Calvary / Edwin A. Robinson
Puritanism as a literary force / Henry Louis Mencken
A wife at daybreak I shall be / Emily Dickinson
The mysterious stranger / Mark Twain
Build soil -- a political pastoral / Robert Frost
Pioneers! O pioneers! / Walt Whitman
The fear / Robert Frost
The soul selects her own society / Emily Dickinson
Alter? When the hills do / Emily Dickinson
Sketch of a poet / Carl Sandburg
To a locomotive in winter / Walt Whitman
What soft, cherubic creatures / Emily Dickinson
Come in / Robert Frost

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