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A little book of Tribune verse; a number of hitherto uncollected poems, grave and gay
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1901. From the Introduction: It is the purpose of this volume to present to admirers of Eugene Field a collection of poems from a store wherein many of his richest gems of wit, humor, and pathos have been buried for twenty years and forgotten, save by a few of those who were his intimate associates during his career in Denver...His talent was the curious blending of the literary and journalistic instinct, but the former was manifestly in the ascendant. Many of his poems, especially those written under the influence of his newspaper environments in Denver, reflect the genuine nature of the man as he appeared in his everyday communion with the people. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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