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Illus. by Martha Bensley Bruère. New York: Macmillan, 1928. 12mo. Cloth. xi, 225 p. 1st ed. "Tony Beaver, West Virginia's version of Paul Bunyon, and his lumber camp up Eel River provide the background for this group of folk tales. These are primarily tall stories of superhuman physical power and..... 
Boston: Self-published, 1939. 8vo. Cloth. Paginated variously. 1st ed. A privately published compilation of Moore's self-published pamphlets (with original wraps bound in). Contains "The Fugitive: Clippings and Comment Collected by Merrill Moore," "Poems from The Fugitive [1922-1926]," "15 Poems from The Fugitive [1922-1926]," "Sonnets from the Fugitive," "Foreword by John..... 
In "St. Andrews Review: A Twice-Yearly Magazine of the Arts and Humanities" Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring & Summer, 1971). Little magazine issued at St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, North Carolina. This issue also contains "Denmark Vesey on Trial" by Blair P. Turner, "Two Poems from 'Spaceship Earth'" by R...... 
Vol. 1, No. 3 (Summer, 1968). The poem on Southern poetry reads: "I, too grow weary of it: imaginary toads in unreal gardens sprouting like mushrooms on every quad. "And especially old Dixie throstles: 'the honied laughter of octoroons' with rotten roses and Zephyrous farts. "Sweet Jesus! how one longs for the fly in the butcher's spoor the stallion's.....