Wallace Gould Biography

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Between 1917 and 1922 Wallace Gould published about twenty poems in some of the most celebrated little magazines of the day: the Dial, Poetry, Others, the Seven Arts, Broom, and the Little Review . He published two volumes of poetry, Children of the Sun: Rhapsodies and Poems (1917) and Aphrodite and Other Poems (1928). Poems by Gould were included in a few anthologies, most conspicuously those in which Alfred Kreymborg had a part. Kreymborg was Gould's most faithful partisan and champion, but he was not alone in his enthusiasm for Gould's work, which was also praised by William Carlos Williams, Marsden Hartley, Paul Rosenfeld, Kenneth Rexroth, and a few casual reviewers. In Gould's correspondence there is evidence that later in his life he was at work on a poem somehow involving American history, but none of his work seems to have been published during the last twelve years of his life.

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