Robert wilson lynd essays

Lynd was a long-serving literary editor at the News Chronicle . He was a minor poet, [ citation needed ] and married to Sylvia Lynd who was widely published. His literary sympathies as shown in this selection were most largely with figures from the Irish literary revival , and the Georgian poets . The book was published by Methuen , who had produced a sequence of anthologies in the 1920s and 1930s. Lynd wrote the introduction for the very popular [ citation needed ] 1924 edition by Algernon Methuen , called An Anthology of Modern Verse . Subsequently, the firm had produced an anthology edited jointly by Cecil Day-Lewis and L. A. G. Strong . Poets included in Lynd's book were:

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Robert wilson lynd essays

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