The keynote to this buoyant and enthusiastic poetry lies in the line:- ""Be most elequent of laylight and the moment now and...

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The keynote to this buoyant and enthusiastic poetry lies in the line:- ""Be most elequent of laylight and the moment now and here."" -- He is ""eloquent"" spiritually so, not so much of the tangible as of the intangible state of being and in that being, the power to enjoy. His versification and imagery lack distinction, but his value lies in the clear, loud-voiced elucidation of his many-faceted enthusiasms. A surprising note in today's poetry of disillusion.

Pub Date: March 18, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Henry Holt

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1937