“A World I’d Have”

Title“A World I’d Have”
Year for Search1924
AuthorsHoag, J[onathan] E.(1831-1927)
Secondary Title The Troy Times
PaginationJune 20, 1924
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Something of an Arcadia, a paean to nature. And near the end he writes, “Let sturdy yeomen man their ploughs/Till not a mouth for bread need crave.” 

Info Notes

“(Written for The Troy Times on his 93rd birthday)” at the head of the text.

Greenwich, N. Y. at the end of the text.

His The Poetical Works of Jonathan E. Hoag was published in 1923 with an introduction by his friend and admirer H[oward] P[hillips] Lovecraft.

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Author Note

(1831-1927)

Full Text

1924 Hoag, J[onathan] E. (1831-1927). “A World I’d Have.” The Troy Times (June 20, 1924). “(Written for The Troy Times on his 93rd birthday)” at the head of the text. Greenwich, N. Y. at the end of the text. RPB

Something of an Arcadia, a paean to nature. And near the end he writes, “Let sturdy yeomen man their ploughs/Till not a mouth for bread need crave.” His The Poetical Works of Jonathan E. Hoag was published in 1923 with an introduction by his friend and admirer H[oward] P[hillips] Lovecraft.