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Emile Cammaerts • 19 Items / 15 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Poem
The Poetry of Nonsense (1926)
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    Briefer Mention (4 Reviews)
    The True Story of My Life, by Hans Christian Andersen
    1. The True Story of My Life by Hans Christian Andersen
    2. The Lyfe of Saynt Radegunde by Frederick Brittain and Saint Radegonde
    3. The Patriot Novelist of Poland: Henryk Sienkiewicz by Monica M. Gardner
    4. The Poetry of Nonsense by Emile Cammaerts
    Commonweal, February 23, 1927, p. 446
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    Notes on New Books (10 Reviews)
    The Yarn of a Yankee Privateer, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    1. The Yarn of a Yankee Privateer by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    2. The Poetry of Nonsense by Emile Cammaerts
    3. The New Natural History by J. Arthur Thomson
    4. The New Spirit by Havelock Ellis
    5. In Berkshire Fields by Walter Prichard Eaton
    6. Crime and the Criminal by Philip Archibald Parsons
    7. Justo Rufino Barrios by Paul Burgess
    8. James W. Wadsworth, Jr. by Henry F. Holthusen
    9. Origins of the Czechoslovak State by Thomas Capek, Jr.
    10. Words: Ancient and Modern by Ernest Weekley
    The Outlook, December 8, 1926, pp. 478-479
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    1. The Mistress by Abraham Cowley
    2. Songs of Innocence by William Blake
    3. The Poetry of Nonsense by Emile Cammaerts
    4. I Sing the Pioneer by Arthur Guiterman
    5. Don Juan by Lord Byron
    6. The Ballad of Agincourt and the Ode to the Virginian Voyage by Michael Drayton
    7. The Light of Asia; or, The Great Renunciation by Edwin Arnold
    8. Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1926 by William Stanley Braithwaite
    9. The Inner Harbor by Wilbert Snow
    10. Scarlet and Mellow by Alfred Kreymborg
    11. Further Nonsense Verse and Prose by Lewis Carroll
    The Saturday Review, December 11, 1926, pp. 434-435