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The Three Heron's Feathers   By: (1857-1928)

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Transcriber's Notes: 1. Page scan source: http://books.google.com/books?id=FZ8W SIMSR4C&dq

2. The diphthong oe is represented by [oe]. 3. Greek words are transliterated in bracket [Greek: ].

Whole Vol. XII. YEARLY, $2.50 EACH NUMBER, 65 CENTS. No. 2

NEW SERIES IV.

POET LORE

A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE OF LETTERS

SECOND NUMBER.

VOL. IV. NEW SERIES.

April, May, June, 1900.

POETRY AND FICTION.

THE THREE HERON'S FEATHERS. Hermann Sudermann

MARAH OF SHADOWTOWN. Verses. Anne Throop

DIES IRAE. Verses. William Mountain

APPRECIATIONS AND ESSAYS.

GEORGE MEREDITH ON THE SOURCE OF DESTINY. Emily G. Hooker

THE TRAGEDY OF OPHELIA. David A. McKnight

CLEWS TO EMERSON'S MYSTIC VERSE. III. William Sloane Kennedy

A DEFENCE OF BROWNING'S LATER WORK. Helen A. Clarke

SCHOOL OF LITERATURE.

GLIMPSES OF PRESENT DAY POETS. A Selective Reading Course. II. An American Group: Edmund Clarence Stedman, Louise Chandler Moulton, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Louise Imogen Guiney, Richard Hovey, Bliss Carman, Hannah Parker Kimball.

REVIEWS.

'Songs from the Ghetto' and 'A Vision of Hellas.' Harriott S. Olive. Col. Higginson's 'Contemporaries' and Mrs. Howe's 'Reminiscences.' Helen Tracy Porter.

LIFE AND LETTERS.

The Modern Unrest in Nations, Markets and Minds. Its Portent. Goethe's Iphigenia at Harvard. H. S. O. Is Browning a Legitimate Member of the Victorian School? Mary M. Cohen. Etc.

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