Amy Lowell, by S. Foster Damon
A chronicle, with extracts from her correspondence

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Frankly, a disappointing book about a person that was, in herself, a thrillingly dynamic individual. The first third will be of interest to her friends and neighbors, though it is on the whole rather staid and colorless, but it fails to recreates a personality for those who did not know her.
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Published January 1, 1935 by Houghton Mifflin co. 773 pages
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Frankly, a disappointing book about a person that was, in herself, a thrillingly dynamic individual. The first third will be of interest to her friends and neighbors, though it is on the whole rather staid and colorless, but it fails to recreates a personality for those who did not know her.

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