John Godfrey Saxe
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Blind Man and the Elephant, The, 1963
John Godfrey Saxe (June 2, 1816 – 1887) was an American poet perhaps
best known for his parable, "The Blindmen and the
Elephant." He was mentioned several times in "The
Penultimate Peril." , along with his most famous poem. He was described
as an American humorist poet of the nineteenth cenury.
Biographical Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Godfrey_Saxe ,
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Blind Man and the Elephant, The 1963
Note New York: Whittlesey House, 1963
galley, proof, corrected
(1 p.) Box MF696