George Edward Woodberry (1855-1930 / United States)
George Edward Woodberry, Litt. D., LL. D. (1855–1930) was an American literary critic and poet. Born in Beverly, Massachusetts, Woodberry graduated from Harvard College in 1877, and became professor of English at the University of Nebraska. In 1891–1904 he was professor of comparative literature at Columbia University. He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 1930 he was posthumously awarded one of the first three Frost Medals for lifetime achievement in poetry by the Poetry Society of America. He wrote a number of books as well. Other publications: He edited The complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1892); Lamb's Essays of Elia (1892); The Works of Edgar ... more »
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- America to England
- At Gibraltar
- Divine Awe
- Edith Cavell
- From My Country
- Homeward Bound
- Immortal Love
- Love’s Rosary
- O, Inexpressible As Sweet
- O, Struck Beneath The Laurel
- On a Portrait of Columbus
- On the Italian Front MCMXVI
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