MODERN AMERICAN POETRY

(Revised and Enlarged Edition)

BY LOUIS UNTERMEYER

Author of "Challenge," "Including Horace," "The New Era in American Poetry," etc.

NEW YORK HARCOURT, BRACE AND COMPANY 1921

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Acknowledgments iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface - The Civil War--and After xvii
  • Emily Dickson 3
  • Thomas Bailey Aldrich 6
  • John Hay 10
  • Bret Harte 15
  • Joaquin Miller 21
  • Edward Rowland Sill 25
  • Sidney Lanier 27
  • Charles Edward Carryl 33
  • James Whitcomb Riley 38
  • Eugene Field 42
  • C. E. S. Wood 53
  • Edith M. Thomas 60
  • George Edward Woodberry 61
  • H. C. Bunner 63
  • Lizette Woodworth Reese 69
  • Horace Traubel 71
  • Frank Dempster Sherman 75
  • Charlotte P. S. Gilman 78
  • Louise Imogen Guiney 80
  • Bliss Carman 82
  • Richard Burton 87
  • Oliver Herford 89
  • Richard Hovey 91
  • Madison Cawein 97
  • Bert Leston Taylor 101
  • William Vaughn Moody 102
  • Edgar Lee Masters 119
  • Stephen Crane 126
  • Edwin Ford Piper 129
  • T. A. Daly 133
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar 137
  • Guy Wetmore Carryl 142
  • Anna Hempstead Branch 157
  • Amy Lowell 162
  • Ridgely Torrence 171
  • Robert Frost 174
  • William Ellery Leonard 193
  • Sarah N. Cleghorn 194
  • Carl Sandburg 196
  • Adelaide Crapsey 205
  • Grace Hazard Conkling 207
  • Amelia Josephine Burr 209
  • Donald Robert Perry Marquis 211
  • John Erskine 212
  • James Branch Cabell 213
  • Vachel Lindsay 217
  • Edwin Meade Robinson 234
  • Franklin P. Adams 237
  • John G. Neihardt 240
  • Witter Bynner 243
  • James Oppenheim 248
  • Alice Corbin 258
  • Lola Ridge 262
  • Wallace Stevens 266
  • Alfred Kreymborg 269
  • Arthur Davison Ficke 273
  • Marguerite Wilkinson 280
  • Harry Kemp 281
  • Max Eastman 283
  • Arturo Giovannitti 286
  • Eunice Tietjens 289
  • Sara Teasdale 293
  • Gladys Cromwell 298
  • Louis Untermeyer 305
  • Jean Starr Untermeyer 314
  • John Gould Fletcher 319
  • "H. D." 327
  • William Rose Benét 331
  • John Hall Wheelock 337
  • Joyce Kilmer 340
  • Shaemas O Sheel 344
  • Roy Helton 345
  • David Morton 346
  • Orrick Johns 348
  • Alan Seeger 352
  • Willard Wattles 354
  • T. S. Eliot 356
  • Conrad Aiken 358
  • Christopher Morley 367
  • Leslie Nelson Jennings 368
  • Maxwell Bodenheim 369
  • Edwin Curran 371
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay 373
  • Mary Carolyn Davies 384
  • Winifred Welles 385
  • Herbert S. Gorman 387
  • Babette Deutsch 388
  • Alter Brody 390
  • Stephen Vincent Benét 393
  • A Selected Bibliography 399
  • Index 401
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