A Second Treasury of the Familiar
Ralph Louis Woods
Macmillan, 1950 - Literature - 722 pages
A companion volume to the editor's "Treasury of the familiar," 1943. This volume contains more poetry than prose. It is indexed by author, title and familiar lines.
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