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Extractions: Bibliography by Ian Lancashire All shelfmarks are from Robarts Library, University of Toronto, unless otherwise noted. Anyidoho, Kofi, Peter Porter, and Musaemura Zimunya, eds. The Fate of vultures: new poetry of Africa . Oxford: Heinemann International, 1989. PR 9346 F37 1989 Bassir, Olumbe, ed. An anthology of West African verse. Ibadan, Nigeria: University Press, 1957. PR 9857 B3 Breman, Paul, ed. You better believe it: Black verse in English from Africa, the West Indies and the United States . Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. PS 591 N4B63 1973 Burness, Don, ed. Echoes of the sunbird: an anthology of contemporary African poetry . Athens: Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1993. PR 9346 B85 1993 Chapman, Michael, ed. Soweto poetry . Johannesburg: McGraw-Hill, 1982. PR 9365 .35 B55S69
Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition And History Conkling, Hilda. Despair (Poem) Good Housekeeping May, 1941 (Volume 112, Number 5) A Little Girl's Prayer (poem) Good Housekeeping May, 1920 (Volume 70, Number 5) http://hearth.library.cornell.edu/h/hearth/browse/articles/arts-conklinghilda.ht
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources (May 2010) Hilda Conkling as pictured in Poems by a Little Girl Hilda Conkling (1910 – 1986) was an American poet . She was the daughter of Grace Hazard Conkling , a poet in her own right and Assistant Professor of English at Smith College Northampton, Massachusetts . Hilda was born in New York state. Her father died when she was four years old, and she had one sister, Elsa, two years her senior. Hilda is notable for having composed most of her poetry as a young child , between the ages of four and ten years old. She never wrote them down herself; instead, they came out in conversation with her mother, who would write down Hilda's words either in the moment, or from memory later. If the latter, she would read the lines back to Hilda, who would then correct any deviation from her original words. As Hilda grew up, her mother stopped recording the poems, and Hilda is not known to have written any herself as an adult. Most of Hilda's poetry is concerned with nature ; sometimes simply descriptive, sometimes mixed with elements of
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Asked how to pronounce her name, Doroth Pulis Lathrop told staff at The Literary Digest : "It is surprising what a variety of pronunciations can be given to even so short a name as Lathrop . It is pronounced lay'throp ." Of her middle name, she said "It was originally Pulisvelt (Dutch). The 'velt' was dropped in this country and the pronunciation changed to pew'liss ." (Charles Earle Funk, What's the Name, Please? Dorothy Pulis Lathrop (1891-1980) was a well-known, popular, prolificly published, and well-respected American author and illustrator of fictional books written, and imaginatively illustrated, for children. Lathrop was born April 16, 1891 in Albany, New York. During her lifetime of achievements, her notable prominence in the publishing world of children's literature includes the combined skills, mastery, and talents Lathrop displayed within the pages and color plates of the more than 38 books published with her illustrations. The prolific popularity of her talent was one of a steady production, primarily between the years of 1919 to 1962. Beginning in 1931, with Lathrop became both author and illustrator of her books imaginatively written for children. In the 1930's, Lathrop published 9 children's books. Overall, between the years of 1919 to 1976, Lathrop illustrated more than 38 children's books, also working as the primary illustrator for many popular American authors of American children's literature.