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YBV4_wyllarde_rondeaux

XML     PDF Rondeaux d’Amour By Dolf Wyllarde I BEFORE the night come, and the day expire,The blossoms redden with the sun’s desire—    Only the passion-flowers…

YBV4_tomson_vespertilia

XML     PDF Vespertilia By Graham R. Tomson IN the late autumn’s dusky-golden prime,    When sickles gleam, and rusts the idle plough,The time of apples dropping…

YBV4_toc

XML     PDF Contents Literature I. Home . . . . By Richard Le Gallienne Page 11 II. The Bohemian Girl . Henry Harland .…

YBV4_sydney_two

XML     PDF Two Songs By Charles Sydney I MY love is selfish and unfair,    Her kisses fall so thick and fast,That while I wait to…

YBV4_sharp_end

XML     PDF The End of an Episode By Evelyn Sharp ALAN DREW, the novelist, had gone blind. And the ladies who had come to…

YBV4_newton_modern

XML     PDF Hor. Car. I. 5: A Modern Paraphrase By Charles Newton-Robinson PYRRHA, the wan, the golden-tressed !For what bright boy are you waiting,…

YBV4_nesbit_day

XML     PDF Day and Night By E. Nesbit ALL day the glorious Sun caressed    Wide meadows and white winding way,And on the Earth’s soft heaving…

YBV4_macdonald_red

XML     PDF Red Rose By Leila Macdonald WHY do your leaves uncurl invisibly ?    Is it mere pride ?When I behold your petals,They lie immovably…

YBV4_hapgood_henri

XML     PDF Henri Beyle By Norman Hapgood THE fact that none of his work has been translated into English is probably a source of…

YBV4_grahame_out

XML     PDF A Falling Out By Kenneth Grahame HAROLD told me the main facts of this episode, some time later—in bits, and with reluctance.…