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This article from the Western Mail offers a positive review of Edwin Arlington Robinson’s long narrative poem ‘Tristram’, published in 1927. Following poems titled ‘Merlin’ in 1917 and ‘Lancelot’ in 1920, this poem is the third…

This column from the Colonial Literary Journal in 1844 provides a biography of medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer. Quoting from an unnamed source, the article names Chaucer alongside Spenser, Shakespeare and Milton as one of the ‘Four Great English…

In this Western Mail article from 1930, the author begins by providing a somewhat negative review of Thomas Hoccleve’s poem, “The Regiment of Princes”. Asserting that the poem “looks better than it reads”, the author…