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The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Fifth Edition
Paul Lauter, General Editor
Timeline - 1923

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1922
1924
Year
Literary
Historical
Cultural
1923
Sherwood Anderson
   Horses and Men

Djuna Barnes
   A Book

Gwendolyn B. Bennett
   Heritage** text file

Louise Bogan
   Body of This Death

Willa Cather
   A Lost Lady

E.E. Cummings
   [into the strenuous briefness]**
   [the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls]**
   tulips and chimneys

Theodore Dreiser
   The Color of a Great City

F. Scott Fitzgerald
   The Vegetable or from President to Postman

Robert Frost
   Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening**
   The Ax-Helve**

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)
   Helen**

Handsome Lake (Seneca)
   How America Was Discovered**

Edna St. Vincent Millay
   [Euclid alone has looked on Beauty bare]**
   Sonnet xli**
   The Harp Weaver and Other Poems
   The Spring and the Fall**

Native American Oral Narrative
   The Origin of Stories (Seneca)**

John Crowe Ransom
   Here Lies a Lady**

Lizette Woodworth Reese
   Spring Ecstasy**

Charles Reznikoff
   Coral and Captive Israel

Wallace Stevens
   A High-Toned Old Christian Woman**
   Anecdote of the Jar**
   Harmonium
   Peter Quince at the Clavier**
   Sunday Morning**
   The Snow Man**
   To the One of Fictive Music**

Genevieve Taggard
   Hawaiian Hilltop

Jean Toomer
   Blood-Burning Moon**
   Box Seat**
   Seventh Street**
   Song of the Son**
from  Cane
   Karintha**

William Carlos Williams
   Spring and All**
   The Pot of Flowers**
   The Red Wheelbarrow**
   The Rose**
   To Elsie** audio file audio file

Anzia Yezierska
   America and I** text file image file
   Children of Lonliness
The Immigrant Dream and the
US as a Land of Opportunity
Image file

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Alien land laws pass in Idaho, Oregon, and Montana.

Oklahoma imposes martial law to control Ku Klux Klan.

Supreme Court strikes down minimum-wage law for women.

National Women's Party introduces the Equal Rights Amendment to Congress.

The NAACP bestows its Spingarn Medal to agricultural chemist George Washington Carver.

U.S. v. Bhagat Singh Thind: Asian Indians are ineligible for naturalized U.S. citizenship.

Terrace v. Thompson: Washington's alien land law is constitutional.

Porterfield v. Webb: California's alien land law is constitutional.

Webb v. O'Brien declares sharecropping illegal, since it allows Japanese to possess and use land.

Frick v. Webb declares aliens "ineligible to citizenship" from owning stock in farm-related corporations.

Steelworkers win battle for 8-hour workday.

President Harding dies in office; Calvin Coolidge assumes the presidency.

audio file  Charleston craze introduced by all-black musical revue, Runnin' Wild.

First bra manufactured by Maidenform, Inc.

Time magazine, founded by Henry R. Luce and Briton Haden, begins publication.

text file  Margaret Mead, Coming of Age in Samoa.

audio fileyes is a pleasant country

audio filewhy must itself up every of a park

audio fileSong of the Son

audio fileLarge Red Man Reading

audio fileVacancy in the Park

audio filePoem That Took the Place of a Mountain

audio fileCredences of Summer

audio fileThe Idea of Order at Key West

audio fileFinal Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour

audio fileLooking Across the Fields and Watching the Birds Fly

audio filePrologues to What Is Possible

audio fileTwo Illustrations: The World Is What You Make of It

audio fileTo an Old Philosopher in Rome

audio filePuella Parvula

audio fileIn the Elements of Antagonisms

audio fileThis Solitude of Cataracts
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