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

Madison Cawein (1865–1914)

Cawein, Madison Julius. An American poet; born in Louisville, KY, March 23, 1865; died in 1914. Among his works are: ‘Blooms of the Berry’ (1887); ‘The Triumph of Music’ (1888); ‘Lyrics and Idyls’ (1890); ‘Days and Dreams’; ‘Moods and Memories’; ‘Intimations of the Beautiful’; ‘Accolon of Gaul’; ‘Poems of Nature and Love’; ‘Red Leaves and Roses’; ‘Undertones’; ‘The Vale of Tampa’; ‘Nature—Notes and Impressions.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).