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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Bliss Carman (1861–1929)

Carman, Bliss. A Canadian poet; born at Fredericton, NB, April 15, 1861; died in 1929. His first publication, ‘Low Tide on Grand Pre: A Book of Lyrics’ (1893) had a very favorable reception. Other volumes of his collected poems are: ‘Songs from Vagabondia,’ with Richard Hovey (1894); ‘Behind the Arras: a Book of the Unseen’ (1895); ‘More Songs from Vagabondia’ (1896); ‘Last Songs from Vagabondia’ (1900); ‘Christmas Eve at St. Kavin’s’ (1901); ‘Songs of the Sea Children’ (1903); ‘Songs from a Northern Garden’ (1904); ‘Collected Poems’ (1905); ‘The Rough Rider’ (1909); ‘April Airs’ (1916). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).