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AMERICAN AND BRITISH

POETRY

EDITED BY
LOUIS UNTERMEYER
Author of Challenge, " The New Adam,The New

Era in American Poetry,etc.

WITH SUGGESTIONS FOR STUDY BY

OLIVE ELY HART
South Philadelphia High School for Girls

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

For permission to reprint most of the material in this volume, the editor wishes to thank not only the poets whose coöperation has been of such assistance, but also the publishers, all of whom are holders of the copyright. The indebtedness is alphabetically acknowledged to:

RICHARD G. BADGER—for the poem from Sun and Saddle

Leather by Badger Clark. BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY—for two poems from The Complete

Works of James Whitcomb Riley. BRENTANO's—for the poem from Chanteys and Ballads by

Harry Kemp. NICHOLAS L. BROWN—for the poem from Blood of Things by

Alfred Kreymborg. THE CENTURY COMPANY-for the selections from Merchants

from Cathay by William Rose Benét and War and Laughter

by James Oppenheim. The CENTURY MAGAZINE—for "Lake Song" by Jean Starr

Untermeyer. DODD, MEAD & COMPANY—for the poem from Lyrics of Lowly

Life and Lyrics of Love and Laughter by Paul Laurence

Dunbar. George H. DORAN COMPANY—for the selections from Moons of

Grandeur by William Rose Benét, Vigils and Candles That Burn by Aline Kilmer, Trees and Other Poems by Joyce

Kilmer. DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY—for the selections from The

Man with the Hoe and Lincoln and Other Poems by Edwin Markham. Thanks also are due Mr. Rudyard Kipling as well as A. PrWatt and Son for "The Return” from The Five Nations artd, "An Astrologer's Song" from Rewards

and Fairies by Rudyard Kipling. E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY—for the selections from The Vale of

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