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YBV1_benson_greek

XML     PDF Δαιμονζσμενος By Arthur Christopher Benson YOU were clear as a sandy spring    After a drought, when its waters run Evenly, sparingly, filtering    Into the…

YBV1_beerbohm_defence

XML     PDF A Defence of Cosmetics By Max Beerbohm NAY but it is useless to protest. Artifice must queen it once more in the…

YBV1_moore_foolshour

XML     PDF The Fool’s Hour The First Act of a Comedy By John Oliver Hobbes and George Moore CHARACTERS OF THE COMEDY Lord Doldrummond…

YBV1_saintsbury_sentimental

XML     PDF A Sentimental Caller By George Saintsbury [It would appear from the reference to a ” Queen ” that the following     piece was…

YBV1_simpson_dedication

XML     PDF The Dedication By Fred M. Simpson PERSONS REPRESENTEDLucy Rimmerton. Harold SekbourneScene I—The period is 1863The sitting-room in Lucy Rimmerton’s lodgings. She is…

YBV1_symons_stellam

XML     PDF Stella Maris By Arthur Symons WHY is it I remember yet You, of all women one has met In random wayfare, as…

YBV1_toc

XML     PDF Contents Letterpress I. The Death of the Lion .. By Henry James .. Page 7 II. Tree-Worship .. Richard Le Gallienne ..…

YBV1_watson_twosonnets

XML     PDF Two Sonnets By William Watson I—The Frontier AT the hushed brink of twilight,—when, as thoughSome solemn journeying phantom paused to layAn ominous…

YBV1_waugh_reticence

XML     PDF Reticence in Literature By Arthur Waugh HE never spoke out. Upon these four words, gathered by chance from a private letter, Matthew…