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- Publication Date:July 31, 2004
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1923. American poet and novelist who practiced law for nearly thirty years. Spoon River Anthology is the book that made his reputation and is regarded as one of the most popular and widely known works in all of American literature. His novel Skeeters Kirby begins: As I wrote about in Mitch Miller the time went on. The Christmas came and was over. And, of course, Mitch didn't come back. I couldn't find him very well in dreams; and it did seem if Mitch was in heaven, or sommers, he was prevented from speakin' or sendin' any word or appearin' to me. And everything wen on; and it was so cruel that nothin' more could be done about Mitch bein' dead. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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