Edgar Lee Masters

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United States poet (1869-1950)


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So even in his textbook account he mentions, along the way, the influence of these populist forces on the work of Edward Arlington Robinson, Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, Edgar Lee Masters, and the writers of the Harlem Renaissance - among many others.
Robinson, Edgar Lee Masters, Carl Sandburg, Vachel Lindsay, and Robert Frost).
One of Whitman's greatest disciples was a poet-lawyer: Edgar Lee Masters.
SPOOKY THE Spoon River Anthology was published in 1915 by an American lawyer turned poet, Edgar Lee Masters.
Volume I opens with Edgar Lee Masters, James Weldon Johnson, Gertrude Stein, Robert Frost and a surprisingly jocular Carl Sandburg and concludes with Leonie Adams, Yvor Winters and Oscar Williams.
A similar nostalgia for the local informs his early praise for the regionalist poetry of Edgar Lee Masters and Robert Frost, and it extends into his admiration for Mussolini's program of autarchia, designed (in theory, at least) to empower regional self-rule, a vestige of II Duce's (and Pea's) anarcho-syndicalist beginnings.