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The third and fourth owe more to the tradition of Housman (and his small standing army of "light-foot lads") than Edna Millay who wished only to cultivate her own voice should have been willing to pay. But the epigram of the final two lines justifies the effort. Seldom has virtue, in lugubrious false face, been dismissed from the scene with such enviable and persuasive high spirit. Edna Millay's wit was never petty. She was generous toward all her adversaries except mediocrity, war, and death. And in fashioning an epigram she revealed her most fastidious respect both for truth and for elegance.
Vincent Millay," in The Shores of Light. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Young, 1952.
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