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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8353 3304
Name: 
Kreymborg, Alfred
Dates: 
1883-1966
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Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
Brooks, Van Wyck (1886-1963)
Craig, Edward Gordon (1872-1966))
Flaccus, Kimball (1911-1972)
Moore, Marianne (1887-1972)
Mumford, Lewis (1895-1990))
Rosenfeld, Paul (1890-1946))
Siegmeister, Elie (1909-1991)
Wheelock, John Hall (1886-1978)
Williams, Oscar (1900-1964)
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[Alfred Kreymborg reads some of his poetry]
America, America! : a mass recital
André Spire and his poetry
anthology of American poetry, An : lyric America 1630-1941
apostrophes: a book of tributes to masters of music
Blood of things : a second book of free forms
Body and stone
Chess reclaims a devotee
Edna: the girl of the street
Enjoyment of poetry.
four apes, The : and other fables of our day
Funnybone Alley musical for American children
Glebe., The
How do you do, sir? : and other short plays
I'm no hero
I'm not complaining, a kaffeeklatsch
Less lonely
Lima beans, a scherzo-play in one act
Little magazines, American, 1910-1919
little world, 1914 and after, The
lost sail, a Cape Cod diary., The
Love and life, and other studies
Man and shadow. An allegory
Manikin and Minikin, a bisque-play in one act
Mushrooms ... 1916.
new Caravan, The
Others : a magazine of the new verse.
Our singing strength an outline of American poetry (1620-1930)
planets, a modern allegory, The
Plays for Merry Andrews
Plays for poem-mimes
Poems. Selections
Poets reading the same Shakespeare sonnet at the City College of New York, between 1938 and 1941
Puppet plays
Rocking chairs and other comedies
Scarlet and Mellow
second American caravan, The : a yearbook of American literature
Selected poems, 1912-1944, of Alfred Kreymborg, The
Ten American ballads
There's a moon tonight; a romantic comedy in three acts, a prologue and an epilogue
Troubadour : an autobiography
Two New Yorkers;
When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes
Why people play chess : depressions, revolutions, wars are merely silly interruptions to those who live in the game
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