Poems and Essays (Everyman Paperbacks)
His reputation has never settled, seeing as many reversals after his death as during his life. Though read and enjoyed ny many, fewer admire him openly. This volume includes all of his poetry and his most important essays.
Hardcover, 348 pages
Published August 1st 1975 by Dutton Books
(first published 1902)
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