EIGHTEEN POEMS by James Boyd

EIGHTEEN POEMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Posthumous collection of lyrics which will appeal to the growing poetry market of somewhat unsophisticated, un-intellectual readers. Sentimental, accessible, rather facile verse on the universal themes of love, death, childhood, war, prejudice, Christmas season, and so on. There is no outstanding talent here, but a pleasing simplicity and case, in what is a change of medium for a writer of historical fiction.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1944
Publisher: Scribner