Chard Powers Smith: On "The Tree in Pamela's Garden"
The family legend identifies with the Woodland Girl The Tree in Pamela's Garden, with its humorous identification of Robinson with Apollo; but equally respectable opinion attributes it to a friend of his, a supposed old maid, who had a happy affair with someone else. . . .
|Title||Chard Powers Smith: On "The Tree in Pamela's Garden"||Type of Content||Criticism|
|Criticism Author||Chard Powers Smith||Criticism Target||Edwin Arlington Robinson|
|Criticism Type||Poet||Originally Posted||23 May 2020|
|Publication Status||Excerpted Criticism||Publication||Where the Light Falls: A Portrait of Edwin Arlington Robinson|
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