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Poems, 1922-1961

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Donald Davidson

Poems, 1922-1961

A collection of the poetry that he will, in the long run, be best remembered for, the ‘immortal part’ that will survive time’s ravage.

Southern Review

Poems, 1922-1961

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Poems, 1922-1961

Donald Davidson was a professor of English at Vanderbilt University. As a member of the Nashville Fugitive group of poets he was one of the founders and editors of their magazine, The Fugitive, 1922-1925. With Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, Robert Penn Warren, Stark Young, John Gould Fletcher, Frank L. Owsley, and other Southerners, he contributed to I’ll Take My Stand: The South and Agrarian Tradition, a significant work dealing with the problems of the South, published in 1930.

Poems, 1922-1961

A collection of the poetry that he will, in the long run, be best remembered for, the ‘immortal part’ that will survive time’s ravage.

Southern Review