4 edition of Poems from Algiers. found in the catalog.
Poems from Algiers.
by African and Afro-American Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin
Written in English
|Series||Occasional publication of the African and Afro-American Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin, 2|
|LC Classifications||PR9390.9.B7 P64 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||79634718|
Seldom does a book of poems appear that is definitely a response to demand and a reflection of readers' preferences. Of this collection that can properly be claimed. For a decade Normal instructor-primary plans has carried monthly a page entitled "Poems Our Readers Have Asked For." The interest in this page has been, and is, The Circle and the Sword was published in , the year my brother was in Algiers. Thomas MacDonagh made the selection himself from my brother’s poems, and saw the book through the press. Although there are a good many immature and defective poems in it, it
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