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St. John Lucas, comp. (1879–1934).  The Oxford Book of French Verse.  1920.
 
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THE COMPILER desires to thank very heartily the various owners of Copyright in French poetry who have so courteously given him permission to print a large selection from the authors whose poems are their literary property. He is especially indebted to M. Robert Vallier, administrator of the Revue de Lamartine; M. Charles Delagrave, the publisher of the definitive edition of Alfred de Vigny; M. Gustave Simon, the literary representative of the heirs of Victor Hugo; M. A. Messein, for the selections from Verlaine, and M. E. Fasquelle, for the poems of Gautier and Banville.  1
  It was unfortunately impossible to obtain permission to print any of the poetry of José-Maria de Heredia. Readers of this Anthology who are not acquainted with his fine sonnets will find them in Les Trophées (Paris: Alphonse Lemerre). No living authors are represented in the selection.  2
 

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