Poems For A Machine Age

This collection of poems is bound in unusual bronze-colored boards, with dark brown lettering on the cover and spine. Cover are very clean, as are inside pages; book is slightly cocked, but binding is tight. The book includes poetry from a variety of time periods that the editor explains "have a meaning for the modern reader in the light of his own experience." Includes well-known verse from Shakespeare and other classics as well as more modern writers. 568 pages, including index; approx. 5"x8".

  • Horace J. McNeil, editor; With Clarence Stratton
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1941
  • First edition