William Vaughn Moody

William Vaughn Moody, 1869–1910, American poet and dramatist, b. Spencer, Ind., grad. Harvard, 1893. After writing several verse dramas, Moody achieved wide success with the prose play The Great Divide (produced as A Sabine Woman, 1906). The Faith Healer (1909), however, also written in prose, was less popular. Both his poetry and his plays are noted for their lyricism and philosophical idealism. He also wrote A History of English Literature (1902) with Robert Morss Lovett.

See his poems and plays (2 vol., 1912); studies by M. Halpern (1964) and M. F. Brown (1973).

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William Vaughn Moody: Selected full-text books and articles

Selected Poems of William Vaughn Moody By Willam Vaughn Moody; Robert Morss Lovett Houghton Mifflin Company, 1931
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William Vaughn Moody: A Study By David D. Henry B. Humphries, 1934
FREE! The Faith Healer By William Vaughn Moody Macmillan Company, 1910
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Poetic Drama: An Anthology of Plays in Verse from the Ancient Greek to the Modern American By Alfred Kreymborg Modern Age Books, 1941
Librarian's tip: "The Death of Eve" by William Vaughn Moody begins on p. 806
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The Oxford Anthology of American Literature By Norman Holmes Pearson; William Rose Benét Oxford University Press, 1938
Librarian's tip: "William Vaughn Moody (1869-1910)" begins on p. 1025
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I Hear America ...: Literature in the United States since 1900 By Vernon Loggins Biblo and Tannen, 1967
Librarian's tip: "William Vaughn Moody" begins on p. 45
Reading Rape: The Rhetoric of Sexual Violence in American Literature and Culture, 1790-1990 By Sabine Sielke Princeton University Press, 2002
Librarian's tip: "'The Kind We Can't Resist': The Lesson of William Vaughn Moody's A Sabine Woman" begins on p. 68
FREE! Modern American Poetry By Louis Untermeyer Harcourt Brace and Company, 1921 (Revised edition)
Librarian's tip: "William Vaughn Moody" begins on p. 102
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Whitman's & Dickinson's Contemporaries: An Anthology of Their Verse By Robert Bain Southern Illinois University Press, 1996
Librarian's tip: "William Vaughn Moody" begins on p. 503
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From Whitman to Sandburg in American Poetry: A Critical Survey By Bruce Weirick Macmillan, 1924
Librarian's tip: "William Vaughn Moody, Nationalist and Mystic" begins on p. 128
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Playwrights of the New American Theater By Thomas H. Dickinson The Macmillan Company, 1925
Librarian's tip: "Playwright as Poet: Josephine Preston Peabody--William Vaughn Moody" begins on p. 130
FREE! The Little Book of Modern Verse, a Selection from the Work of Contemporaneous American Poets By Jessie B. Ritenhouse Houghton Mifflin Company, 1917
Librarian's tip: Includes 'The Daguerreotype,' 'Gloucester Moors' and 'Ode in Time of Hesitation, An' by William Vaughn Moody
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