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Inestimable lines of poetry

Inestimable lines of poetry

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Published by Printed by Cornelius Sturtevant Jun. & Co. in [Keene, N.H .
Written in English

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  • Schools -- Vermont -- Whitingham.

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    Other titlesSee my companion here.
    Statementby Amos Taylor, ; an experienced schoolmaster, occasioned by the oppression of a cruel brother in law, selected from an ingenious manuscript, now designed for the press, in which is shewn, in proper colours ..
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 47928.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14596043M

      What are your most-quoted lines of poetry? A survey has found some unexpected voices in the most popular refrains, but whose words Author: Claire Armitstead. Aidan Mathews' According to the Small Hours (Cape, £8 in UK) is that rare thing, a poetry collection that more than lives up to the expectations created by its dust-jacket blurb.

    In the mire of the sensual life, their religion, their poets, their admiration of heroes and benefactors, even their novel and newspaper, nay, their superstitions also, are hosts of ideals,--a cordage of ropes that hold them up out of the slough. Poetry is inestimable as a lonely faith, a lonely protest in the uproar of atheism. List of Novels in Verse and Poetry Books for Children and Round-up for January by Myra Garces-Bacsal. A Picture Book Featuring the Poetry of Ntozake Shange and Oil Paintings of Kadir Nelson GatheringBooks is a Book Depository Affiliate Gathering Books is an Amazon Associate and earns from qualifying purchases on Amazon linked from.

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