Robert Francis Papers, poetry, American poets, Syracuse University Special Collections
American Literature | Arts and Humanities
When "The Satirical Rogue Once More," a collection of ten roguish comments came to the hands of the Courier editors, it sparked new interest in the writer, who describes himself as "walking round and round Poetry on its pedestal and taking shots at it from every possible angle. Shots with a light gun, a water pistol, a pea shooter." This reawakened interest led directly to another look at the Robert Francis Papers, presented to the University by Mr. Francis from 1967 to 1969, in the manuscript collection of the George Arents Research Library.
"The Satirical Rogue Once More: Robert Francis on Poets and Poetry." The Courier 8.4 (1971): 36-39.