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New York Photo Book By Robert W. Wood
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This keepsake album is a collection of images in many parts of New York. The album focuses on the areas outside the city. Providing a glimpse of New York most people don't know. The book explores... More > New York some historical locations from Cooperstown to Walt Whitman's birthplace. Sites of four US Presidents homes, a poet, historical music festival, aviation, baseball, revolutionary war ship, mansion of the rich along the Hudson River.< Less
The Story of a New York House By H. C. (Henry Cuyler) Bunner
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Henry Cuyler Bunner (August 3, 1855 – May 11, 1896) was an... More > American novelist and poet.Henry Cuyler Bunner was born in Oswego, New York, and was educated in New York City. From being a clerk in an importing house, he turned to journalism, and after some work as a reporter, and on the staff of The Arcadian (1873), he became in 1877 assistant editor of the comic weekly Puck. He soon assumed the editorship, which he held until his death in Nutley, New Jersey. He developed Puck from a new struggling periodical into a powerful social and political organ. In 1886 he published a novel, The Midge, followed in 1887 by The Story of a New York House. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Cuyler_Bunner< Less
The Occasional Poet By David Hulme
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Poems that reflect the poet's life, from childhood to grandchildren, taking in the love of archery, soccer and special places, from a beautiful Welsh garden to Central Park, New York.
The Sword of Damocles: A Story of New York Life By Anna Katharine Green
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Anna Katharine Green (1846-1935) was an American poet and novelist. She was one of the first writers of detective fiction in America and distinguished herself by writing well plotted, legally... More > accurate stories (no doubt assisted by her lawyer father). Born in Brooklyn, New York, her early ambition was to write romantic verse, and she corresponded with Ralph Waldo Emerson. When her poetry failed to gain recognition, she produced her first and best known novel, The Leavenworth Case (1878). She became a bestselling author, eventually publishing about 40 books. She was in some ways a progressive woman for her time-succeeding in a genre dominated by male writers-but she did not approve of many of her feminist contemporaries, and she was opposed to women's suffrage.< Less
Eternal Glimpses - A Poet's Legacy By Richard Davi, Lorna M. Davi
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An autobiographical collaboration of subsequent journal entries of a poet delves behind the scenes of solitary tedium and introspection when a spark catches between the heart and brain and transforms... More > into a pulsing literary song on the printed page. Based in Brooklyn, New York in the twentieth century, the written word comes alive through a city dweller that gives his life for his art in the all-too-often darkness of poverty and the clash with social expectations. While a friendly narrative of a life story threads into a likeable character, the poetic expressions, observations, and essays surpass politics, social issues of the day, and religion and exposes the richness of beauty and the limitations of being human. Melancholic in tone, the writing dares to challenge the astute reader to explore the deeper and unspoken aspects of the human condition.< Less
Eternal Glimpses: A Poet's Legacy By Richard Davi, Lorna M. Davi
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An autobiographical collaboration of subsequent journal entries of a poet delves behind the scenes of solitary tedium and introspection when a spark catches between the heart and brain and transforms... More > into a pulsing literary song on the printed page. Based in Brooklyn, New York in the twentieth century, the written word comes alive through a city dweller that gives his life for his art in the all-too-often darkness of poverty and the clash with social expectations. While a friendly narrative of a life story threads into a likeable character, the poetic expressions, observations, and essays surpass politics, social issues of the day, and religion and exposes the richness of beauty and the limitations of being human. Melancholic in tone, the writing dares to challenge the astute reader to explore the deeper and unspoken aspects of the human condition.< Less
Ludwig van Beethoven The New York Philharmonic-Symphony Society Presents By Pitts Sanborn
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Pitts Sanborn (1879–1941), was born John Pitts Sanborn in... More > Port Huron, Michigan. He dropped the "John" for most of his professional career. After graduating Harvard in 1900, he established himself as a music critic, writing for the New York Globe, New York Mail and finally New York World-Telegram. As a poet he was published in Trend, for which he served as an editorial staffer beginning in 1914. As a novelist, his 1929 novel Prima Donna was called by one New York Times critic “an amazing achievement; nothing quite like it has been done in this country before.” He went on to put Sanborn in the same league with Willa Cather, Edith Wharton and Thornton Wilder. Sanborn was remarked upon as one of the great originals of 1920’s-30's culture. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitts_Sanborn< Less
A Stone Unturned By Notebook Poets
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The Notebook Poets are a group of New Jersey and New York based poets whose individual voices echo life's journeys.
A Stone Unturned By Notebook Poets
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The Notebook Poets are a group of New Jersey and New York based poets whose individual voices echo life's journeys.
The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow By The Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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In 1909, William Carlos Williams published his first book of poetry in Rutherford, NJ and started the modernist revolution. In 2009, that tradition is continued by the release of the second... More > Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow, a literary journal featuring the best of New Jersey and New York poets. There's an unpublished poem by Williams, several essays on the poet, and rare items from the Rutherford Public Library's Williams Collection.< Less