EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction. Wallace L. Anderson.
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction

EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON; A Critical Introduction

Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1968. First HUP Edition [previously pubd by Houghton /mifflin]. Cloth. 8vo, red cloth with black lettering on spine, archival polyester-lorotected black lettered red dust jacket (unclipped), xvi + 105 pages. Very Fine / Very Fine. Item #6453

Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869 – 1935) was an American poet who won three Pulitzer Prizes for his work, and was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature four times. Amaranth was a narrative and meditative poem with personalized symbolism. Via Amaranth, ""the flower that cannot fade,"" men and women may reach a better understanding of their place in the scheme of things.

Condition: VERY FINE copy: Tight, remarkably bright and clean copy with comparable dust jacket. Part of The Reynard Libary Series.

Price: $20.00

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