Edwin Arlington Robinson


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United States poet

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Morton Dauwen Zabel, Selected Poems of Edwin Arlington Robinson (New York: Macmillan, 1965).
Brown had been persuaded by his higher education that the new American realism in poetry represented by Robert Frost, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Carl Sandburg was the way of the artistic future.
The Arthurian legend continued to be retold in the 20th century by writers such as Edwin Arlington Robinson, who wrote an Arthurian trilogy, and T.
Standish; The Torrent and the Night Before, poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson, noteworthy only because it was the first publication of this important American poet; the fourth and final volume of The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt; The Sense of Beauty by George Santayana, his first major philosophical work and a classic study of aesthetics; In His Steps by Charles M.
a story in blank verse by <IR> EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON </IR> , part of the collection called <IR> CAPTAIN CRAIG </IR> .
The story of Arthur has been told in the 19th and 20th centuries by such men as William Morris, Edwin Arlington Robinson, John Masefield, and Mark Twain, who burlesqued the romance of Arthur in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1889).
Weir Mitchell, a novel of the American Revolution considered by some to be Mitchell's masterpiece; The Children of the Night by Edwin Arlington Robinson, the author's second collection of poems, which included "Richard Cory" and other well-known poems; and The Literary History of the American Revolution by Moses Coit Taylor.