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November 1916
New Republic;11/11/16, Vol. 9 Issue 106, p51
Focuses on the author's dreams related to the poem "In Memoriam." Verse dreams remembered by the author; Poems being dreamt about by the author; Contentions of Max Eastman; Writing of verses without rhymes; Importance of rhymes in a poem; Discussion of the poem "A Wedding Journey"; Doubling of poem lines by splitting; Subjects of the poems read by the author.


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