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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Edith Matilda Thomas (1854–1925)

Thomas, Edith Matilda. An American poet; born in Chatham, OH, Aug. 12, 1854; resided in New York; died in 1925. She contributed to many periodicals and published in book form: ‘A New Year’s Masque,’ etc. (1885); ‘The Round Year’ (1886); ‘Lyrics and Sonnets’ (1887); ‘Children of the Seasons’ series (1888); ‘Babes of the Year’ (1888); ‘Babes of the Nations’ (1889); ‘Heaven and Earth’ (1889); ‘The Inverted Torch’ (1890); ‘Fair Shadow Land’ (1893); ‘In Sunshine Land’ (1895); ‘In the Young World’ (1895); ‘Cassia and Other Verse’ (1905); ‘The Guest at the Gate’ (1909); ‘The Flower from the Ashes’ (1915). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).