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Català: Poetes valencians contemporanis, Biblioteca Popular de "L'Avenç", Barcelona, 1908.
Inclou La Barraca de Teodor Llorente, Patria, Fides, Amor de Vicent Querol, Lo Rat Penat de Rafel Ferrer i Bigné, Alts companys de "Lo Rat Penat" de Jacinto Labaila, La llegenda del Roser de Feliu Pizcueta, La matinada del dia de la Mare de Déu d'Eduard Escalante, Sempreviva de Josep Bodria, Tribut a la Verge María de Josep Arroyo i Almela, La caseta blanca de Josep Aguirre Matiol, La cullita de la seda de Constantí Llombart, Amor filial d'Antoni Palanca, L'arpa llemosina de Joan Bta. Pastor i Aicart, Festes de poble de Victor Iranzo i Simon, Una flor de Lluís Cebrian i Mezquita, i La cansó de l'Aire de Joan Espiau i Bellveser.
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Source Llibre digitalitzat de Google Books de la biblioteca de la University of Michigan i carregat a Internet Archive (OCR: ABBYY FineReader 8.0) per l'usuari tpb.
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