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While I have not hesitated, where a poet's earlier work seemed finer and more characteristic than his later, to draw upon such earlier work, in the main `The Second Book of Modern Verse' has been selected from poetry published sincethe date of my first anthology. A Second Book of Modern Poetry [H.
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A second book of modern poetry Book vintage Selected and arranged by M A. There is writing in front cover see photos See photos for content and more info The book has a fair amount of wear to cover more so down spine The pages have discolouring, writing, and slight wear to them But in good readable condition.
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