Books: Robert Bridges

There Are Two of Him Americans are difficult to please—so are English visitors to the U. S. The Poet Laureate of England recently arrived in Manhattan, refused to be interviewed, refused to express any opinion at all of America, refused to give his address in Manhattan. This, of course, was not playing the game which so many Britishers have overplayed. The Victorian poet, beloved of Masefield, master technician, comes to grace the campus of Ann Arbor as visiting lecturer, patron saint, what you will; a post which was previously occupied by our...

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