The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club
Keywords:William Butler Yeats, Ernest Rhy, Rhymers' Club, English Literature, Poetry, Arthur Simons,
AbstractHeld discusses Rutgers' copy of "The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club, (1894). The book includes the work of thirteen poets, all members of the Rhymers' Club, an important literary group during the Aesthetic Nineties founded by William Butler Yeats and Ernest Rhy.
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