Books: Poetry

POLITICAL SELF-PORTRAIT—John Wheelwright—Bruce Humphries ($2.50).

"AND I WILL BE HEARD"—John Beecher—Privately Printed.

THE TOMB OF THOMAS JEFFERSON—Lawrence Lee—Scribner ($ 1.50).

A deep-bitten protestant is a rebel in any language. America has seen many such: among the still memorable ones, Rev. John Wheelwright who, with his sister-in-law Anne Hutchinson, was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for feeling good;* and Rev. Henry Ward Called Antinomianism by Puritan divines.

Beecher, who wrote his future wife, after graduating from his father's theological seminary: "I cannot assent. What then? Preach I will, licensed or not. . . ....

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