Between 1919 and 1931, when he was the most popular serious poet in the United States, Edwin Arlington Robinson wrote six narrative poems based on stories in the Bible.
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EAR stands for Edwin Arlington Robinson (poet)
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It has been a long while--seventy-two years, to be exact--since Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869-1935) was hailed in his obituaries as America's foremost poet.
Brown had been persuaded by his higher education that the new American realism in poetry represented by Robert Frost, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Carl Sandburg was the way of the artistic future.