Adelaine Crapsey was, over a term of many years, an eager student of the technical aspects of English poetry. She died on October eighth, 1914, after having completed two-thirds of her "Analysis of English Metrics." It is through her creative work that she will be remembered, though she herself considered this the slightest part of her accomplishment. All of the poems contained herein are copywrited 1934 through the Alfred A. Knopf Publishing Co.
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