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

Edward Carpenter (1844–1929)

Carpenter, Edward. An English poet and writer on social problems, born at Brighton, England, in 1844; died in 1929. He wrote: ‘England’s Ideal’; ‘The Drama of Love and Death’; ‘The Healing of Nations’; ‘Towards Democracy’; ‘My Days and Dreams’ (1916), an autobiography. In his verse he is a follower of Whitman. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).