2 edition of Classics and Our Twentieth Century Poets (Stanford University Studies in Language and Literature; Vol. 2, Pt. 2) found in the catalog.
Classics and Our Twentieth Century Poets (Stanford University Studies in Language and Literature; Vol. 2, Pt. 2)
H. R. Fairclough
by Ams Pr Inc
Written in English
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Stanford University, Calif., Pub. for the university by Stanford university press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Until nearly the end of Classics and Our Twentieth Century Poets book 19th century, American poetry remained in its infancy.
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He has written fifteen books of poetry and his latest work is his autobiography Author: Guardian Staff. Life. Henry Rushton Fairclough, son of James Fairclough and Elizabeth Erving Fairclough, attended the Collegiate Institute and studied classical philology at the University of obtaining his bachelor's degree, he became a fellow at the University College there, and taught Latin, Greek, and English at the high school in Brockville from to Born: Henry Rushton Fairclough, 15 July.
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Surprising and illuminating, The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry invites the reader to examine the works of these and other poets—seventy-three in all—in conversation with one another.
Edited by the poet and translator Geoffrey Brock, these poems have been rendered into English by some of our finest English-language poets Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.A collection of the world’s finest love poems—from ancient Greece to the twentieth century.
For thousands of years, poets across the world have expressed their thoughts on love with profound and memorable verses. Love Poems is a collection of works from more than fifty prolific poets, including Sappho, William Shakespeare, Lord Byron, Percy Released on: Decem Carmen Giménez Smith.
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