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Florence Earle Coates, american poet (1850-1927)

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- approximately This Book
- Matthew Arnold
- The Sappho Of Bliss Carman
- The Strenuous lifestyles To Blame
- Matthew Arnold
- Tribute To James Whitcomb Riley

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