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William Frederick Kirk was an American baseball writer, columnist, humorist, poet and songwriter. He is especially remembered for his Scandinavian dialect poetry, written for a daily column and later published in book form. His byline, “The Norsk Nightingale”, was a familiar sight in newspapers across the country. His first collection of dialect verse, “The Norsk Nightingale”, presented a Norwegian lumberjack from the Upper Midwest. It was his most popular book. “Fleeting Fancies” ends with poems from “The Norsk Nightingale”. [Suggest a different description.]
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