MODERN BRITISH POETRY

EDITED BY LOUIS UNTERMEYER Author of "Challenge," "Including Horace," "Modern American Poetry," etc.

NEW YORK HARCOURT, BRACE AND HOWE 1920

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments i
  • Contents iii
  • Introductory - The New Influences and Tendencies xi
  • Thomas Hardy 3
  • Arthur O'shaughnessy 8
  • Robert Louis Stevenson 9
  • Alice Meynell 13
  • Fiona Macleod 18
  • John Davidson 19
  • William Watson 22
  • Francis Thompson 27
  • A. E. Housman 36
  • Amy Levy 40
  • Katharine Tynan Hinkson 41
  • Owen Seaman 43
  • Henry Newbolt 49
  • William Butler Yeats 50
  • Rudyard Kipling 52
  • Richard Le Gallienne 56
  • Ernest Dowson 71
  • "A. E." (george William Russell) 73
  • Stephen Phillips 76
  • Laurence Binyon 77
  • Alfred Douglas 79
  • T. Sturge Moore 80
  • William H. Davies 81
  • Hilaire Belloc 83
  • Anthony C. Deane 86
  • J. M. Synge 89
  • Nora Hopper Chesson 97
  • Eva Gore-Booth 98
  • John Mccrae 101
  • Ford Madox Hueffer 102
  • G. K. Chesterton 105
  • Wilfrid Wilson Gibson 110
  • John Masefield 119
  • Lord Dunsany 133
  • Seumas O'sullivan 136
  • Ralph Hodgson 138
  • Harold Monro 139
  • T. M. Kettle 144
  • Alfred Noyes 149
  • Padraic Colum 150
  • Joseph Campbell 162
  • James Stephens 167
  • John Drinkwater 170
  • J. C. Squire 171
  • Lascelles Abercrombie 172
  • James Elroy Flecker 178
  • John Freeman 179
  • Shane Leslie 183
  • Anna Wickham 184
  • Siegfried Sassoon 186
  • Rupert Brooke 187
  • Winifred M. Letts 193
  • Francis Brett Young 200
  • F. S. Flint 204
  • Edith Sitwell 205
  • F. W. Harvey 208
  • T. P. Cameron Wilson 209
  • W. J. Turner 210
  • Francis Ledwidge 211
  • Irene Rutherford Mcleod 215
  • Edward Shanks 216
  • Osbert Sitwell 219
  • Robert Nichols 220
  • Charles Hamilton Sorley 222
  • Robert Graves 223
  • Index 231
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