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1910 in poetry

— closing lines of Rudyard Kipling's If—, first published this year in Rewards and Fairies

Contents

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).

Events

  • Oxford Poetry founded as a literary magazine by publisher Basil Blackwell in England.
  • Canada

  • The Rev. James B. Dollard, also known as "Father Dollard", Poems
  • Frederick George Scott, also known as "F. G. Scott", Collected Poems
  • Tom MacInnes, In Amber Lands, mostly a reprint of Lonesome Bar and Other Poems 1909
  • "Yukon Bill" [Kate Simpson Hayes], Derby Days in the Yukon.
  • United Kingdom

  • Hilaire Belloc, Verses
  • Frances Cornford, Poems
  • W. H. Davies, Farewell to Posey, and Other Pieces
  • James Elroy Flecker, Thirty-Six Poems
  • Ford Madox Ford, Songs from London
  • Wilfrid Gibson, Daily Bread
  • Lawrence Hope, editor, Indian Love Lyrics, London: Heinemann; anthology; Indian poetry in English, published in the United Kingdom
  • Rudyard Kipling, Rewards and Fairies, short stories and poems, including If—
  • John Masefield, Ballads and Poems
  • W. B. Yeats, Irish poet published in the United Kingdom:
  • The Green Helmet and other Poems
  • Poems: Second Series
  • United States

  • Charles Follen Adams, Yawcob Strauss and Other Poems
  • Franklin Pierce Adams, Baseball's Sad Lexicon, also known as "Tinker to Evers to Chance" after its refrain; a popular baseball poem
  • Robert Underwood Johnson, Saint-Gaudens, an Ode
  • John A. Lomax, Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads
  • Ezra Pound:
  • Provenca
  • The Spirit of Romance
  • Edward Arlington Robinson, The Town Down the River, Charles Scrabbler's Sons
  • George Santayana, Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante, and Goethe, criticism
  • Other in English

  • Joseph Furtado, Lays of Old Goa, Indian poetry in English
  • Lawrence Hope, editor, Indian Love Lyrics, London: Heinemann; anthology; Indian poetry in English, published in the United Kingdom
  • Henry Lawson, The Skyline Riders and other Verses, Australia
  • W.B. Yeats, Irish poet published in the United Kingdom:
  • The Green Helmet and other Poems
  • Poems: Second Series
  • France

  • Paul Claudel, Cinq Grandes Odes, France
  • Jean Cocteau, Le prince frivole
  • Alphonse Métérié, Carnets
  • Charles Péguy, Mystère de la charité de Jeanne d'Arc
  • Saint-John Perse, Eleges
  • Other languages

  • Delmira Agustini, Cantos de la mañana, Uruguay
  • Ernst Enno, Hallid laulud, Estonia
  • Gurajada Appa Rao, Mutyala Saralu, Indian poetry, Telugu-language (surname: Gurajada)
  • Takuboku Ishikawa, Ichiakuno suna ("A Handful of Sand"), Japanese (surname: Ishikawa)
  • Maria Konopnicka, Pan Balcer w Brazylii, Polish
  • Peider Lansel, editor, La musa ladina, anthology of Romansh language Swiss poets
  • Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali, Bengali
  • Births

  • January 11 – Nikos Kavadias (died 1975), Greek
  • March 21 – Elizabeth Riddell (died 1998), Australian
  • August 14 – Nathan Alterman (died 1970), Israeli poet, journalist and translator
  • August 30 – Màrius Torres (died 1942), Catalan Spanish poet
  • October 30 – Miguel Hernández (died 1942), Spanish poet
  • November 10 – Máirtín Ó Direáin (died 1988), Irish poet writing in the Irish language
  • November 14 – Norman MacCaig (died 1996) Scottish poet
  • November 20 – Pauli Murray (Anna Pauline (Pauli) Murray; died 1985), African American civil-rights advocate, feminist, lawyer, writer, poet, teacher and ordained Episcopal priest
  • November 21? – Frank Eyre (died 1988), English-born Australian publisher
  • December 19 – Jean Genet (died 1986), French novelist, playwright and poet
  • December 27 – Charles Olson (died 1970), American poet
  • December 30 – Paul Bowles (died 1999), American poet, author, composer and translator
  • Also – R. D. Murphy, Australian poet
  • Deaths

  • January 8 – James Cuthbertson (born 1851), Australian
  • January 29 – Arthur Munby (born 1828), English diarist, poet and lawyer
  • April 19 – Anna Laetitia Waring (born 1823), Welsh-born poet and hymnodist
  • October 17:
  • William Vaughn Moody (born 1869), American dramatist and poet
  • Julia Ward Howe, 91, American poet best known as the author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"
  • December 30 – Thomas Edward Spencer (born 1845), Australian
  • Also:
  • Augusta Bristol (born 1835), American
  • Gilbert Brooke, Singapore
  • References

    1910 in poetry Wikipedia


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