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Lola Ridge *

a.k.a. Rose Emily Ridge

Author Code: ALRX

Born: Dec. 12, 1873 - Dublin, Ireland

Died: May 19, 1941 - New York City, New York, USA

Ridge left Ireland as a child and lived in Australia and New Zealand. She married in New Zealand in 1895, but the marriage subsequently failed and she immigrated to the United States, eventually settling in New York City. There she held various jobs including model and factory worker and it was during this period that she developed many of her leftist views. In 1918, she published her first long poem, The Ghetto, in the New Republic and later that year included it with other poems in book form. The book was a critical success and the following year she married for the second time. Ridge argued for women's rights and the working class, especially of the new immigrants to the country. In 1920, her second book of poetry, Sun-Up and Other Poems, appeared. Ridge was politically active and supported leftist causes wherever they presented themselves. She was arrested for protesting the execution of Sacco and Vanzetti in 1927 and, during the 1930's, she supported Mooney and Billings who were framed for a bombing in San Francisco. Her other works include Red Flag (1927), Firehead (1929) and Dance of Fire (1935).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ALRX001 The Ghetto and Other Poems
  To the American People
  Art and Life
  Babel
  Bowery Afternoon
  Broadway
  Brooklyn Bridge
  Dawn Wind
  Debris
  Dedication
  The Destroyer
  Dispossessed
  Dreams
  The Edge
  "The Everlasting Return"
  Faces
  The Fiddler
  The Fire
  Flotsam
  The Fog
  The Foundling
  Frank Little At Calvary
  Fuel
  The Garden
  The Ghetto
  Iron Wine
  The Legion of Iron
  Lullaby
  Manhattan
  A Memory
  North Wind
  To the Others
  Palestine
  Promenade
  The Song of Iron
  The Song
  Spires
  Spring
  The Star
  Submerged
  The Tidings
  A Toast
  Under-Song
  The Woman with Jewels
  A Worn Rose
1918 66 240k eBook Download PDF - 'The Ghetto and Other Poems' (ALRX001) Find a printed copy of The Ghetto and Other Poems by Lola Ridge * at AbeBooks
ALRX002 Sun-Up and Other Poems
  After Storm
  To Alexander Berkman
  Altitude
  Cactus Seed
  Comrades
  The Dream
  To E. A. R.
  To E. S.
  East River
  Electricity
  Emma Goldman
  To H.
  In Harness
  Interim
  Jaguar
  To Larkin
  Mother
  Nocturne
  To O. F. T.
  An Old Workman
  Potpourri
  Reveille
  Scandal
  Secrets
  Skyscrapers
  Sons of Belial
  Sun-Up
  Thaw
  Time-Stone
  Train Window
  Wall Street At Night
  Wild Duck
  Wind Rising in the Alleys
1920 57 229k eBook Download PDF - 'Sun-Up and Other Poems' (ALRX002) Find a printed copy of Sun-Up and Other Poems by Lola Ridge * at AbeBooks

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