Book Report: Cherma captured in poetry
Back in 1920, Edgar Lee Masters, who grew up in a small Midwestern college town wrote a wonderful book of poems about the kind of people who settled his town of Galesburg, Ill.
He called it "Spoon River Anthology," after the classical custom of writing messages on tombstones of the dead.
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