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English: A publishers review of the works of Author:John Masefield, including excerpts of published reviews. The work begins with a 15 page unattributed summary of Masefield's life and works, followed by: In Behalf of John Masefield by Stuart Sherman from Books, New York Herald Tribune(begins on p. 21 (/23)); Rule Brittania!(sic) by Laurence Stallings from The New York World (begins on p.29 (/31)); John Masefield's Place in English Poetry unattributed, from The New York Times Book Review (begins on p. 31 (/33)); Of the Elect by Arthur Guiterman from The Outlook (on p. 34 (/36)); and The Most Satisfying Poet by John Farrar from The Bookman(begins on p. 34 (/36)). There follows a bibliography of work through 1926 (/38) and lists of the contents of Masefield's collected works.
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