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Richard Watson Gilder

Author Code: ARWG

Born: Feb. 8, 1844 - Bordentown, New Jersey, USA

Died: Nov. 18, 1909 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at his father's seminary in New York, Gilder also studied law in Philadelphia which was interrupted by the Civil War. He enlisted in the Landis Philadelphia Battery in 1863 and saw action at Gettysburg. Following the war he became a reporter and later moved up to editor for the Newark Advertiser. In 1870, he joined Hours at Home a Scribners magazine, which later merged with Scribners Monthly. Gilder became the managing editor until 1881 when it was renamed Century Magazine; he continued as its editor until his death. Gilder became very active in public and social affairs and held memberships in many organisations including the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the International Copyright League and the Simplified Spelling Board. He was a founder of the Kindergarten Association and of the New York Association for the Blind. In 1875, he published The New Day, a collection of love sonnets which became popular. He produced some sixteen volumes of poetry in addition to some biographies and many magazine and newspaper articles. His many works include The Poet and His Master (1878), Lyrics and Other Poems (1885), The Celestial Passion (1887), Two Worlds and Other Poems (1891), Five Books of Song (1894), In Palestine and Other Poems (1898), Poems and Inscriptions (1901), In the Heights (1905) and A Book of Music (1906).

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ARWG001 The Poet and His Master and Other Poems
  "Back From the Darkness to the Light Again"
  "Beyond the Branches of the Pine"
  "Call Me Not Dead"
  Cost
  Cradle Song
  Decoration Day
  The Drama
  Essipoff
  "The Evening Star"
  For An Album
  The Homestead
  Keats
  Longfellow's "Book of Sonnets"
  Love and Death
  A Midsummer Song
  To Modjeska
  Morning and Night
  Ode
  "On the Wild Rose Tree"
  The Poet and His Master
  The Poets Fame
  The Poet's Protest
  "Reform"
  A Song of Early Autumn
  A Song of Early Summer
  The Sonnet
  A Thought
  Wanted, A Theme
  "When Love Dawned"
  The White and the Red Rose
  A Woman's Thought
  "A Word Said in the Dark"
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