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Cummings) (1), Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes (story by Beatrix Potter) (1), Poetry (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), After the Persian (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Roman Fountain (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), The Sleeping Fury (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), The Dragonfly (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Night (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), excerpt from A Farewell to Arms [chapter 27] (by Ernest Hemingway) (1), Hills Like White Elephants (short story by Ernest Hemingway) (1), Women (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Louise Bogan (1), An Egyptian Pulled Glass Bottle in the Shape of a Fish (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), To a Chameleon (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), England (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), The Pangolin (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), What Are Years? (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), The Mind Is an Enchanting Thing (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Nevertheless (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), [i like my body when it is with your] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), [the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), Alfred Hayes (1), 1933 (poem by Kenneth Fearing) (1), Dirge (poem by Kenneth Fearing) (1), In a Coffee Pot (poem by Alfred Hayes) (1), I Want You Women Up North to Know (poem by Tillie Lerner Olsen) (1), Goodbye Christ (poem by Langston Hughes) (1), A Communication to Nancy Cunard (poem by Kay Boyle) (1), Kay Boyle (1), Papermill (poem by Joseph Kalar) (1), Joseph Kalar (1), Oread (poem by H.D.) (1), The Helmsman (poem by H.D.) (1), Sea Rose (poem by H.D.) (1), Helen (poem by H.D.) (1), Trilogy (poem by H.D.) (1), excerpt from Tribute to the Angels (by H.D.) (1), excerpt from The Walls Do Not Fall (by H.D.) 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Bennett (1), The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies (story by Beatrix Potter) (1), Yet Do I Marvel (poem by Countee Cullen) (1), Simon the Cyrenian Speaks (poem by Countee Cullen) (1), Pagan Prayer (poem by Countee Cullen) (1), Heritage (poem by Countee Cullen) (1), Scottsboro--Too--Is Worth Its Song (poem by Countee Cullen) (1), The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly-Poly Pudding (story by Beatrix Potter) (1), Remembering Nat Turner (poem by Sterling A. Brown) (1), Song of Triumph (poem by Sterling A. 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