Cornelius Weygandt (essay date 1937)
SOURCE: Weygandt, Cornelius. “Realists of the Countryside.” In The Time of Yeats: English Poetry of To-day against an American Background, pp. 336-62. New York: Russell and Russell, 1937.
[In the following essay, Weygandt concludes that Abercrombie's vivid characterizations are the most memorable elements of his poetry.]
Lascelles Abercrombie (b. 1881) is a difficult poet. He is primarily concerned with philosophical problems, or psychological problems, which may be carried by a thread of narrative, or of...
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