Fragments from Parnassus being parts or the whole of great and good poems: Edited by Charles L. Dana. (Bound with) Fragments from Parnassus; Supplement. Woodstock: The Elm Tree Press, 1922; 1926.
8vo. vii, [i], 55; 39 pp. Linen-backed boards. Dana's morocco armorial bookplate to top board, inscription to fly-leaf, "Compliments, Chas L. Dana." Bookplate of Library of the Medical Society of the County of Kings, small date stamp, "Nov. 25, 1927" to top corner of front paste-down. $65.00
Third edition. "It is a great mistake to think that one must read all of a given poem, the delight of beauty is often found only in a single passage or verse, while the whole poem may be a feeble thing." The present work is a collection of fragments of poems, by poets such as Bridges, Kipling, OW Holmes, Whitman, and Twain.
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