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XML     PDF Contents Literature I. The Happy Hypocrite . By Max Beerbohm . Page 11 II. A Ballad of Cornwall . F. B. Money…

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XML     PDF A Chef-d’Œuvre By Reginald Turner As I, his literary executor, arrange and destroy his papers, I realise at last and to the…

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XML     PDF Two Poems By Alma Strettell I.—The Wind (From the French of Emile Verhaeren) CROSSING the infinite length of the moorland, Here comes…

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XML     PDF The Elsingfords By Robert Shews I IT was a marriage of which everybody augured ill. When a rumour of the engagement first…

YBV11_salt_johnbarlas

XML     PDF John Barlas’s Poetry By Henry S. Salt CRITICS of the present phase of democracy in England have remarked that, whatever else it…

YBV11_radford_lot99

XML     PDF Lot 99 By Ada Radford THE library in the house where I was born was a well aired and well dusted room,…

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XML     PDF Scarlet Runners By James S. Pyke-Nott THIS is the story of a house—its history. It was a well-kept house when first I…

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XML     PDF A Ballad and a Tale By B. Paul Neuman I.—The Heavenly Lover I IT was the joyful sunrise hour,     The world beneath…

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XML     PDF Chopin Op. 47 By Stanley V. Makower LATE in the afternoon of the seventeenth of October, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the atmosphere…

YBV11_mackenzie_secret

XML     PDF The Secret By T. Mackenzie YES, you would have me know that it is within the little casket held level below your…