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Excerpt from Present Day American Poetry, and Other Essays
We like poetry, even contemporary poetry; but we are not willing to admit it. Instead Of lauding our present-day bards, we assume an unbending attitude and declare that we hunger for really great poetry, but protest that the verses of our living writers are so puerile, so trivial that we cannot condescend to notice them.
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