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Selected Poems epub

by Edgar A. Guest


Selected Poems epub

ISBN: 0809288303

ISBN13: 978-0809288304

Author: Edgar A. Guest

Category: Sport

Subcategory: Water Sports

Language: English

Publisher: Reilly & Lee; 1St Edition edition (1940)

Pages: 60 pages

ePUB book: 1872 kb

FB2 book: 1934 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Poem Hunter all poems of by Edgar Albert Guest poems. Best Poem of Edgar Albert Guest. When you're up against a trouble, Meet it squarely, face to face; Lift your chin and set your shoulders, Plant your feet and take a brace.

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Edgar Guest began his career at the Detroit Free Press in 1895, where he first worked as a copyboy. Why I Go to Church, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL; New York, NY), 1929. Selected Poems, J. Thomas and Co. (Chicago, IL), 1931. The Friendly Way, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1931. Faith, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1932. Life's Highway, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1933. Collected Verse of Edgar A. Guest, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1934. Edgar A. Guest Broadcasting, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1935. All in a Lifetime, Reilly and Lee (Chicago, IL), 1938.

Edgar Albert Guest best poems and poetry. Edgar Albert Guest was a famous english-born american poet who was popular in the first half of the 20th century and became known as the People's Poet. Guest was widely read throughout North America, and his sentimental, optimistic poems were in the same vein as the light verse of Nick Kenny, who wrote syndicated columns during the same decades. Guest's most famous poem is the oft-quoted Home. Browse all poems and texts published on Edgar Albert Guest. Guest was made Poet Laureate of Michigan, the only poet to have been awarded the title.

Hardcover, No DJ, Good condition for age, some writing in front cover.

Edgar Albert Guest was born in Britain but grew up and spent most of his . Selected Poems by Edgar A. Guest, Radio Station WIBO (Chicago: J. Thomas, 1931).

Edgar Albert Guest was born in Britain but grew up and spent most of his life in the . He was a product of "small town" America and the values and lifestyle he had as a boy permeates his writing both prose and poem. He worked most of his adult life as newspaperman, syndicated country wide and is reputed to have had a new poem published in a newspaper every day for over 30 years. More books followed, and before he was done Guest had filled more than 20. Sales ran into the millions and his most popular collection, "It Takes a Heap o' Livin'," sold more than a million copies by itself.

American poet Edgar Albert Guest was born in 1881 but went on to become wildly known as the People’s Poet, a reflection of the optimistic nature of his life’s work and his popularity

American poet Edgar Albert Guest was born in 1881 but went on to become wildly known as the People’s Poet, a reflection of the optimistic nature of his life’s work and his popularity. He was born in Birmingham, England, but came to the US at the age of 10 and soon after became a naturalized citizen. A newspaper man by profession, Guest was one of the most prolific poets the world has ever known, writing some 11,000 verses in his 77 years for which he was made Poet Laureate for Michigan

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Edgar Albert Guest (20 August 1881 – 5 August 1959) was an American poet who was popular in the first half of the 20th century and became known as the People's Poet. His poems often had an inspirational and optimistic view of everyday life.

Edgar Albert Guest (20 August 1881 – 5 August 1959) was an American poet who was popular in the first half of the 20th century and became known as the People's Poet. Guest was born in Birmingham, England. In 1891, Guest moved with his family to the United States from England. After he began at the Detroit Free Press as a copy boy and then a reporter, his first poem appeared 11 December 1898

Edgar Guest (1881-1959) began his career at the Detroit Free Press in 1895, where he first worked as a copyboy. In 1904 he began writing poems for the Free Press under the heading.

Edgar Guest (1881-1959) began his career at the Detroit Free Press in 1895, where he first worked as a copyboy. I'd like to do the big things and the splendid things for you, To brush the gray out of your skies and leave them only blue; I'd like to say the kindly things that I so oft have heard, And feel that I could rouse your soul the way that mine you've stirred. I'd like to give back the joy that you have given me, Yet that were wishing you a need I hope will never be; I'd like to make you feel as rich as I, who travel on Undaunted in the darkest hours with you to lean upon.

Hardcover, No DJ, Good condition for age, some writing in front cover
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