Fifty Poets: An American Auto-Anthology

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contents xi
  • Edwin Markham 3
  • Charles Erskine Scott Wood 7
  • Sara Bard Field 11
  • Lizette Woodworth Reese 14
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson 16
  • Edgar Lee Masters 20
  • Leonora Speyer 28
  • Robert Frost 30
  • Anna Hempstead Branch 33
  • Ridgely Torrence 37
  • William Ellery Leonard 40
  • Carl Sandburg 42
  • Grace Hazard Conkling 44
  • Wallace Stevens 46
  • John G. Neihardt 48
  • Witter Bynner 50
  • Lola Ridge 52
  • Arthur Davison Ficke 57
  • William Carlos Williams 60
  • Alfred Kreymborg 62
  • Sara Teasdale 66
  • Louis Untermeyer 68
  • John Gould Fletcher 72
  • (h. D.) 75
  • John Hall Wheelock 80
  • William Rose Benét 82
  • Marianne Moore 84
  • Robinson Jeffers 87
  • Leonard Bacon 90
  • T. S. Eliot 92
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay 93
  • Lew Sarett 94
  • Hervey Allen 98
  • Conrad Aiken 101
  • Robert P. Tristram Coffin 105
  • Christopher Morley 108
  • Herbert Gorman 110
  • Archibald Macleish 113
  • Elizabeth Coatsworth 116
  • Mark Van Doren 119
  • Winifred Welles 122
  • Phelps Putnam 124
  • Genevieve Taggard 127
  • Babette Deutsch 130
  • Joseph Auslander 132
  • Stephen Vincent Benét 139
  • Louise Bogan 142
  • George O'Neil 144
  • Léonie Adams 146
  • George Dillon 148
  • Index of Poems 151
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