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Type Rider: Cycling the Great American Poem By Maya Stein
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Type Rider: Cycling the Great American Poem chronicles Maya Stein's 2012 "Type Rider" project, a 40-day cycling journey from Amherst, Massachusetts to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during which... More > Maya towed a typewriter behind her and invited the people she met to contribute their words to a growing, collaborative collection of writing. This book includes blog entries, select photographs, and the writings of that appeared on her typewriter. "Type Rider" also chronicles Maya's progress through the development of the project on Kickstarter (a crowd sourcing platform) and features stories prior to and during the project launch, the challenges and successes Maya encountered, and the lessons she learned along the way.< Less
Great American Poets - Volume 1 By Paul Laurence Dunbar et al.
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In perhaps the most dynamic and turbulent century of the United States short history emerged three literary figures who would come to symbolise in very different ways the development of an American... More > culture. Edgar Allan Poe developed a genre of the macabre and mystery which had its roots in the European Gothic tradition but took on a particular American character. Walt Whitman and his larger than life character seemed to embody the rugged individualism with social conscience. Paul Laurence Dunbar became the first African American poet to achieve national and international fame by articulating the hopes and fears of African Americans who had to endure Slavery and Civil War . All these three poets developed themes that stood apart from any external influences to illustrate the American experience of the 19th Century. Although achieving relative success in their lifetime,it is in later generations that their fame has grown and they have achieved their status of great American poets.< Less
No More Love Poems By Alex tha Great
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No More Love Poems is a call for people to have more open minds and to not be so restricted to rigid rules and regulations. It is not a call against love in any way. What it is is a start of a... More > movement to get people to be more independent thinkers, more critical thinkers, and more open thinkers. Think that all poets talk about is love, well think again. Just think...and think again.< Less
The Tumbleweed Traversed The Dusty Road: Poems, Reflections On The Great American West By Thomas Henry Carter
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Western Poems and Reflections is a book of poems written by a Wannabe Cowboy, who took a once in a lifetime trip through the American West. While touring the West he chronicled the feelings he... More > experienced as he viewed the grandeur of the American West into some unforgettable poems and reflections. This chapbook of Western Poems is suited to lovers of the American West who would like to experience firsthand the American West through poems and reflections of the author. Through the author's poems you can see the blue water of Crater Lake and view Custer's last stand, or experience the Little House on The Prairie.< Less
We the People: Poems of the Great Awakening. Book One By C J Swan
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50 poems on the subject of the Great Awakening. Writing influenced by contemporary politics, especially Q (Qanon). All poems written between October 2017 and January 2019. The Great Awakening is... More > both a battle against traitors at all levels of American government and the story of a spiritual awakening within every individual who has the courage to confront the facts of what really is happening. The author wrote these poems to make sense for himself of these monumental and still unfolding events, looking at the Great Awakening as something taking place in his own heart. His poems will speak to the hearts of many others who read them.< Less
We the People: Poems of the Great Awakening. Book One By C J Swan
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50 poems on the subject of the Great Awakening. Writing influenced by contemporary politics, especially Q (Qanon). All poems written between October 2017 and January 2019. The Great Awakening is... More > both a battle against traitors at all levels of American government and the story of a spiritual awakening within every individual who has the courage to confront the facts of what really is happening. The author wrote these poems to make sense for himself of these monumental and still unfolding events, looking at the Great Awakening as something taking place in his own heart. His poems will speak to the hearts of many others who read them.< Less
Poems by William Cullen Bryant: Classic American Poetry of the Romantic Era By William Cullen Bryant
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This supreme collection of William Cullen Bryant's poetry includes his original works, his unique translations of several classic poems, plus an anthology of little-seen verses he composed in later... More > life. A highly regarded poet of the romantic era, Bryant was rarely out of the American public's eye. For many years he served as editor of the popular newspaper the New York Evening Post, as well as contributing poems and essays to several other magazines and periodicals, Bryant's name was synonymous with the USA's fledgling artistic expression and literature throughout much of the nineteenth century. Bryant's most famous poem, Thanatopsis, was subject to much surprise in that many assumed it had been plagiarized, or at least ghost-written, by a European poet. When it was published in the early nineteenth century, there had been little romantic poetry of such quality produced by an American.< Less
Poems by William Cullen Bryant: Classic American Poetry of the Romantic Era (Hardcover) By William Cullen Bryant
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This supreme collection of William Cullen Bryant's poetry includes his original works, his unique translations of several classic poems, plus an anthology of little-seen verses he composed in later... More > life. A highly regarded poet of the romantic era, Bryant was rarely out of the American public's eye. For many years he served as editor of the popular newspaper the New York Evening Post, as well as contributing poems and essays to several other magazines and periodicals, Bryant's name was synonymous with the USA's fledgling artistic expression and literature throughout much of the nineteenth century. Bryant's most famous poem, Thanatopsis, was subject to much surprise in that many assumed it had been plagiarized, or at least ghost-written, by a European poet. When it was published in the early nineteenth century, there had been little romantic poetry of such quality produced by an American.< Less
The Pursuit of Happiness: A Book of Poems Honoring Our American Values By Hendrith Smith
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This book is a dedication to our great nation, The United States of America.
Black Souls Dance On Beat By Alex Tha Great
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Black Souls Dance On Beat is a collection of poems and essays exploring topics of blackness, culture, self-identity, and feminism through the creative lens of one African American woman.

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