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The Highwayman

The Highwayman

  

by Alfred Noyes

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Noyes was only 26 when he wrote the highwayman. (Source)

Noyes called James Joyce's legendary novel Ulysses the "foulest book that ever found its way into print." As you can probably tell, he was not a fan of literary modernism. (Source)

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