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William Stanley Braithwaite, ed. (1878–1962).  Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1920.  1920.
 
Acknowledgments
 
 
TO the American poets and to the editors and proprietors of the magazines from which I have selected the poems included in the Anthology, I wish to express my obligation for the courteous permissions given to make use of copyright material in the preparation of this volume.  1
  I wish, also, to thank the Boston Transcript Company for permission to use material which appeared in my annual review of American poetry in the columns of The Evening Transcript, and to The Nation Press, Inc., for permission to reprint the editorial which stands as the introduction to this volume.  2
  To the following publishers I am indebted for the privilege of using the poems named from the volumes in which they have been included, and which have been published before the appearance of this Anthology:  3
  The Macmillan Company: “The Wandering Jew,” “Tact,” and “Inferential,” in The Three Taverns, by Edwin Arlington. Robinson; “To Other Marys,” in Youth Riding: Lyrics, by Mary Carolyn Davies; “I Thought of You,” “Oh Day of Fire and Sun,” “When Death is Over,” “The Long Hill,” “What Do I Care,” in Flame adn Shadow by Sara Teasdale.  4
  Henry Holt and Company: “Little Caribou Makes Big Talk,” in Many Many Moons, by Lew Sarett.  5
  Charles Scribner’s Sons: “Storm and Sun,” in Dust and Light, by John Hall Wheelock.  6
  E. P. Dutton and Company: “A Nature Lover Passes,” in A Minstrel Sings, by Daniel Henderson.  7
  The Yale University Press: “The House at Evening,” and “Her Way,” in The Perpetual Light, by William Rose Benét; “Farmers,” in Veils of Samite, by William Alexander Percy.  8
  Small, Maynard and Company: “Maximilian Marvelous,” and “Transformation,” in Veils of Samite by J. Corson Miller; “April.”  9
  Harcourt, Brace and Howe, Inc. “The Lawyers Know Too Much,” “Accomplished Facts” and “Tangibles,” in The City of Smoke, by Carl Sandburg; “Rebels” and “Auction: Anderson Galleries,” in The New Adam by Louis Untermeyer.  10
  Brentano’s: “You Talk of This and That” and “He Did Not Know,” in Chanties and Songs by Harry Kemp.  11
  B. W. Huebsch: “Exile,” “Gesture” and “Resemblance,” in The Hesitant Heart, by Winifred Welles.  12
  Nicholas L. Brown: “Dorothy,” in The Blood of Things: A Second Book of Free Forms, by Alfred Kreymborg.  13
  Alfred A. Knopf: “Sonnet” and “Ending,” in “Advice and Other Poems” by Maxwell Bodenheim.  14
 

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