By Jeffrey Gray,Mary Balkun,James McCorkle
The ethnically assorted scope, wide chronological assurance, and combine of biographical, severe, ancient, political, and cultural entries make this the main beneficial and fascinating poetry reference of its sort for college students today.
• Covers American poetry from the Colonial period to the current in approximately three hundred alphabetically prepared entries
• good points key modern poets, together with these showing in present journals
• Brings jointly nearly eighty members who're one of the most generally identified students within the field
• helps universal middle nation criteria for English Language Arts and Social reviews through assisting scholars achieve a better knowing of language
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