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Harry Randolph Blythe


lawyer | poet


Harry Randolph Blythe, Poems of Harry Randolph Blythe (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Printed at the Riverside Press, 1914)

[We learned about Harry Randolph Blythe's association with poetry by way of J. Wesley Miller's introductory essay on "Legal Poetry," which appears in Ina Russelle Warren (ed.), The Lawyer's Alcove: Poems by the Lawyer, for the Lawyer and About the Lawyer i-xii, ix (Buffalo, New York: William S. Hein & Co., reprint ed., 1990)(New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1900). To date we have not had sufficient time to locate further biographical information about Blythe.]