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Edgar Albert Guest

Edgar Albert Guest was a British-born U.S. writer whose poems were widely read during the first half of the 20th century. Guests family relocated from Warwickshire, England to the United States in 1891, when Guest was 10 years old.

Edgar Guest began his career at theDetroit Free Pressin 1895, where he first worked as a copyboy. He was soon promoted to police writer and later to exchange editor, and in 1904 he began writing verse for theFree Pressunder the heading Chaff. Those columns evolved into an immensely popular daily feature entitled Breakfast Table Chat, which, at the height of its popularity, was syndicated in about 300 other newspapers. In 1916 Guest publishedA Heap O Livin,a collection of verse that eventually sold more than 1,000,000 copies. That work was followed byJust Folks(1918),Rhythms of Childhood(1924),Lifes Highway(1933), andLiving the Years(1949). read more