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Exhibit of E. A. Robinsonia In Widener Poetry Room

It Includes One of 17 Volumes Printed Against His Will


An exhibition of valuable manuscripts and editions of the late Edwin Arlington Robinson, noted American poet, is now open in the poetry room of Widener Library.

Most important in the collection is an unauthorized volume of which only 17 copies were privately printed in 1928. It is entitled "Three Poems" and contains material that the author had never intended to publish. On the fly-leaf of the copy he has written "This book was printed without the author's permission or knowledge."

Another item is a first edition of his first work, "The Torrent and the Night Before," issued in 1896, and containing the following dedication: "This book is dedicated to any man, woman, or critic who will cut the pages of it-- I have done the top."

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