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. . . .


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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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