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Sara Teasdale, comp. (1884–1933).
The Answering Voice: One Hundred Love Lyrics by Women.  1917.
 
Acknowledgments
 
        
The Happy Labor of Selecting These Poems I Dedicate to My Sister
  
“O gods, what love, what yearning, contributed to this.”

THANKS are due the following publishers and authors for permission to include selections from the volumes enumerated below:—
  1
  To Mr. Richard G. Badger (Boston) for poems from “April Twilights,” by Willa Sibert Cather, and “The Dancers,” by Edith M. Thomas.  2
  To Messrs. Benziger Brothers (New York) for a poem from “Irish Poems,” by Katharine Tynan.  3
  To Messrs. William Blackwood & Sons (Edinburgh) for a poem from “Songs of the Glens of Antrim,” by Moira O’Neill.  4
  To Mr. Edmund D. Brooks (Minneapolis) for a poem from “A Lark Went Singing,” by Ruth Guthrie Harding.  5
  To Messrs. Burns & Oates (London) for a poem from “Poems,” by Alice Meynell.  6
  To Messrs. Chatto & Windus (London) for poems from “Songs to Save a Soul,” by Irene Rutherford McLeod.  7
  To Messrs. W. B. Conkey Company (Chicago) for a poem from “Poems of Passion,” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  8
  To Country Life (London) for a poem from “The Country Life Anthology,” by Margaret Sackville.  9
  To Messrs. George H. Doran Company (New York) for poems from “In Deep Places,” by Amelia Josephine Burr.  10
  To Messrs. Doubleday, Page & Co. (New York) for a poem from “The Far Country,” by Florence Wilkinson.  11
  To Messrs. Duffield & Co. (New York) for poems from “The Book of Love,” by Elsa Barker, and “Gypsy Verses,” by Helen Hay Whitney.  12
  To Messrs. Funk & Wagnalls Company (New York) for a poem from “The Four Winds of Eirinn,” by Ethna Carbery.  13
  To Messrs. Gay & Hancock, Limited (London), for a poem from “Poems of Passion,” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  14
  To Mr. S. B. Grundy (Toronto) for a poem from “The Lamp of Poor Souls,” by Marjorie L. C. Pickthall.  15
  To Messrs. Harper & Brothers (New York) for a poem from “Flower o’ the Grass,” by Ada Foster Murray.  16
  To Mr. William Heinemann (London) for poems from “The Golden Threshold,” by Sarojini Naidu, and “India’s Love Lyrics,” by Laurence Hope.  17
  To Messrs. Houghton Mifflin Company (Boston and New York) for poems from “The Sister of the Wind” and “Little Gray Songs from St. Joseph’s,” by Grace Fallow Norton; “The Singing Leaves,” by Josephine Preston Peabody; “Collected Poems,” by Florence Earle Coates; “Happy Ending,” by Louise Imogen Guiney; “A Handful of Lavender,” and “A Quiet Road,” by Lizette Woodworth Reese; “Afternoons of April,” by Grace Hazard Conkling; “The Shoes that Danced,” by Anna Hempstead Branch, and “A Marriage Cycle,” by Alice Freeman Palmer.  18
  To Mr, B. W. Huebsch (New York) for poems from “Songs to Save a Soul,” by Irene Rutherford McLeod.  19
  To Mr. Mitchell Kennerley (New York) for poems from “The Joy o’ Life,” by Theodosia Garrison, and “Interpretations,” by Zoë Akins.  20
  To Messrs. John Lane Company (New York) for poems from “The Lamp of Poor Souls,” by Marjorie L. C. Pickthall; “The Golden Threshold,” by Sarojini Naidu; “India’s Love Lyrics,” by Laurence Hope, and “Poems,” by Rosamund Marriott Watson.  21
  To Mr. John Lane, The Bodley Head (London) for poems from “The Lamp of Poor Souls,” by Marjorie L. Pickthall, and “Poems,” by Rosamund Marriott Watson.  22
  To Messrs. Little, Brown & Co. (Boston) for poems from “Poems” (Second and Third Series), by Emily Dickinson.  23
  To The Macmillan Company (New York) for poems from “Poems,” by Christina Rossetti; “Sword Blades and Poppy Seed,” by Amy Lowell; “Myself and I,” and “Crack o’ Dawn,” by Fannie Stearns Davis; “You and I,” by Harriet Monroe, and “Songs of the Glens of Antrim,” by Moira O’Neill.  24
  To Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Limited (London), for poems from “Poems,” by Christina Rossetti, and “Artemis to Actæon and Other Verse,” by Edith Wharton.  25
  To Mr. Thomas B. Mosher (Portland, Maine) for poems from “An Italian Garden,” by A. Mary F. Robinson; “The Flower from the Ashes and Other Verse,” by Edith M. Thomas, and “A Wayside Lute,” by Lizette Woodworth Reese.  26
  To Grant Richards, Limited (London), for poems from “The Man with a Hammer,” by Anna Wickham, and “Interpretations,” by Zoë Akins.  27
  To Alston Rivers, Limited (London), for a poem from “Selected Poems,” by Nora Chesson.  28
  To Messrs. Charles Scribner’s Sons (New York) for poems from “Artemis to Actæon and Other Verse,” by Edith Wharton; “Poems,” by Alice Meynell; “Songs about Life, Love and Death,” by Anne Reeve Aldrich; “Beyond the Sunset,” by Julia C. R. Dorr; “The Cycle’s Rim,” by Olive Tilford Dargan, and “The Call of Brotherhood,” by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson.  29
  To The Strange Company (San Francisco) for poems from “Poems,” by Nora May French.  30
  To T. Fisher Unwin, Limited (London), for poems from “An Italian Garden,” by A. Mary F. Robinson, and “A London Plane Tree,” by Amy Levy.  31
  To The John C. Winston Company (Philadelphia) for poems from “Factories with Other Lyrics,” by Margaret Widdemer.  32
  And to the editors of Poetry for permission to reprint poems by Helen Dudley, Alice Corbin, and Jean Starr Untermeyer; to The Independent for a poem by Helen Hoyt; to The Trimmed Lamp for a poem by Marguerite Wilkinson; to McClure’s Magazine for a poem by Jessie B. Rittenhouse; to The Smart Set for a poem by Muna Lee; to The Century for poems by Mary Carolyn Davies and Eunice Tietjens; to The Forum for a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay; to Much Ado for poems by Zoë Akins; and to The Manas Press (Rochester, New York) for a poem by Adelaide Crapsey.  33
 
 
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