The Resource Speech, 1925 July 28
- Speech, 1925 July 28
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- 1925 July 28
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- Elizabeth Montgomery Shaw speech
- Speech given to the Ausable Club (St. Hubert's, New York) in which Shaw attempts to find "the most beautiful line in poetry." She recalls Gustav Davidson's (1895-1971) use of Nietzche's line:" One must have chaos within to give birth to a dancing star" and Yeats's "Had I heaven's embroidered cloths" and concludes that it can never be found because "we are individuals with individual tastes." Signed "Elizabeth Shaw" and beneath "Elizabeth Shaw Montgomery."
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- Poet and author, born 1878 or 1879, died 1968.
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