The University of Chicago Library
Twentieth-Century American Poetry
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Chadwyck-Healey Editorial Statement: The complete text of each poem has been included, and any integral textual images and illustrations have been scanned. Any accompanying text forming an integral part of the poetry, such as dedications, notes, acknowledgements, prefaces, introductions, and epigraphs, is generally included. Indexes of titles and first lines have been excluded. Twentieth-Century American Poetry aims to include as full a collection of the published works of each poet as possible. When available, a poet's collected edition has been keyed. Exceptions are for poets whose collected editions are not yet in print or complete. In most cases, the editions have been provided by the publishers. In general, only a single version of each poem has been included, and when available, the most recent and complete version of each poem has been keyed.
The PhiloLogic implementation of Twentieth-Century American Poetry is based on automatic conversion of the SGML-encoded documents provided by Chadwyck-Healey. The database contains in 728 works, listed in the online Bibliography.
(Photograph of John Ciardi by M. A. Mardikes; courtesy of University of Missouri-Kansas City Archives.)
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