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i D > part 4 of the th illustrator nowadays nwadayrr i iire
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i e IwRin upon Emily i1 Pom utory utoryfhe ttoryfha
fhe fh Kxftlen Feather Dodd Mead Meadu MadtflflJtflyl 13dmpan
u > Ioinpany mpan we are ar reminded immedi immediv
v f 1It le10eA eln > lns poem descriptive of thn th thahla I ItvHe
tvHe nl hla Pole Pol Poln aiu > bar Polackai PolackaiIi
x U Ii philo lhllofOphical ophicul Hntiofaction at iracl ion to toi totook
i l M took up a rwidenci in Paris Parisot PariIIlinjjhraIror
ot > > rtitlinK iT IIlinjjhraIror t hog hrtvaly rivelyfor or iln Ihlr i ir fatherland fatherlandireot I
I ireot e4t 1 M says r > Heine to liv Ii live for th thi IhItrotm thH thHeriand
Itrotm i nnn1 it i < well II an to I 1 die dl li for it Ills Illsnoble 111 111nhl Ilktioble
noble Pole Were not very ry well off offw offthy
w i n they componnde ti < i n punch they theyforced Ihyolle theyforctMt
forced olle < l by h the Ih t necei naceilt itle If of a low lowh 10 10h1ur bowhquar
h h1ur < iiier to omit the th lemon and the theica Ih Ihuar thtiuar
uar and they rcorned to contnhuln contnhulnv I
vr v < r Their punch had n 1 primitive primitivemncth nrlmithtnltlh primitiverngth
mncth nltlh which they Ih were willing to toicotmtvr toowolmter totounter
icotmtvr Heine aniume > Ium that noble noblealways nobleP
P tt always 01 made > punch in this cur curuled curiiled
uled or r iincurtaile < i way WI1 Ho II says mtysplUitly sayspIItltlT y yplldt
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4 verineht ich unverzUckert nnver nnverwrl IInvlrilOrl linveruert
ilOrl > wrl unverwiUsert which i iA iAn A AArcp t tbowl
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noneetvnrd nwNt nfd without lemon and un unip IInpainod tintpirid
ip painod ired by water Moreover HeineH HeineHbio
bio itb Ie Pole > 11 when they went nt to dinner dinnernc
> nc tIte neither would permit rmlt the other to toiv todId toiy
iv did not pay at all allfail allColt alltrod
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n Oa DaM M tier Andri n4r filr ill Itn Mtlr MtlrZahlia z1I1Zahlto zabipZiblie
Zahlia Krlnrr oa Jen Dcldrn DcldrnI nldrnIlt flIdrolhtt
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< iild II hI permit hU w score to bo dUcharKed dUcharKedthe diJIcruuKth
> the th other the whole core wan aA bung bungl bunlIft hungleft
l left ft to the th landlord peculations peculationsn
> n the th posaibllltiea of the future futureHut fulurIhlt futurehut
Hut the noble Pole in Emily Poof Poofry 10111ry
ry as th tl the CAMS ha hall lt I been en n with many manyi
I i < and with some Hungarian in other othern othertrii
trii n < M waa noble by reason of bin genius geniust genlumatt4ri nlull nlull1n1tt
t nuttorv 1n1tt aasoclate d < l with the otage otagei Iltaj1eniu ttageeniu
i niu < > of this sort reconciles us ii or ori reduces reducesi
i to the Ih acceptance of much and per permi perthe
mi 1 the Ih adulation bestowed b upon Jan JanIintrovdki JanPintroytiki JanIlrovki
Iintrovdki by his group of friends in inhe InII Inhe
he II cafV and afterward by the th din dinm dlllJIbed di4whed
m JIbed > hed company < in the th old exclusive exclusive1U4A riclutilvetiiaof
1U4A tiiaof 1 of the theDukeDescharme Duke Descharme D ch1rme waa wzenomors wzenomorsthin no nomoro nomoroan morn mornhm >
hm an it should have been be n Jan was im imMtient ImJ1Ulnt Imaittent
Mtient of conventional compliment
ind KO M when a 1 lady said to him that he hen henut
n nut < nt have loved deeply d ply In order to write writeh wrilh
h play a as he h did he mentally ejacu ejacuted ejacuId ejacutted
ted Imbecile and struggled Inwardly Inwardlyth
If t th > the Ih inevitable contempt that a man manf
r erioiis rioU endeavor feels f 1 for the th criticism criticismf eriUclInthoughtl
f thoughtlesscondescending thoughtl thnughtlescnndeecendIngeverthebeea enndf8cndlng stupidity stupidityVevertheleu Iupldltvlrlht
Vevertheleu vlrlht > I the well worn idea ex exMd P1ted x xd
> Md d by the lady lad forms orma the plot of this thisPiotrovski th thj thkPiotrovelci
j Piotrovski for a long time wrought wroughti
i vain to t accomplish n suitable fourth fourthn
n < for his play of Vsulinde He Ulaoorf1 Ulaoorf1Hol j1 labored laboredtirrl laboredtttd
tirrl to make Imagination furnish the thoreel th thTcI therct
reel impression without the Ib benefit benefitexperience benefitezpeiAflCt nll1t nll1trmnca
experience In II fainted faint < < because he hed h hJri had
Jri d not Interrupt his hi toil by eating eatingakfast eatingkrlLllt eatingakaat
akfast Most OfIt horribly he h accom accomhed aecomh aceombed
bed h at last an effective fourth act by byerving byerring I
erring the emotions of the Ih heroine heroiner
r nn n he b told t ld her that he no longer loved lovedr
r Doubtless Oouhtl the experience was needed neededihte n neededhtlee < fdt > <
1 ihte hllt s Shakespeare Shake ptr had to be a mur murMrr murr
Mrr r before he h could write Macbeth Machathi
11 1 doubtless Dickens had to t take tak upon uponi
i lf a great gn > oat guilt in order to reUto the thery Ihey thery
ry y of Bill Hikes HikesP 81101 81101ki B1kep
P trovtki < ki WaA overcome rcom by the Ih dire direr direM1JnCfl lirer1uencP
r M1JnCfl juences of his literary iiI r deed He Heirerl H Hly Haeiyet1
irerl ly 1 that it wm not worth while whileheroine whileheroine hll hllhroinA
heroine had been sacrificed Mcri C < f1 And Andwhat tndrhat lIrt lIrtt
what t That Tb4ll1ome some puppets on n a singe singezh tigez 11 11th
zh z t trut and mew m before beforetetim a f oull oullof rt rtl
l tetim ion of animate > known as a the thejonoral Ih Ihzm thenertJ
jonoral nertJ public Thedyingheromenought Thedyingheromenoughti ThdYlnl The dying heroin cought coughtigtto < ughl I
i i iicate II tI hl agony Through my myring mynnO myAering I
Aering ring lib h said Ai < i to him was a created createdf
f th II1lrPawt the greafwt tragedies ever written writtenwe wriUnmUlit
we rnut feel that realistic literature literaturent
nt to have limits net t for its ex exUriel ertjjja ertjjjalItiel rei reiUhf1
Uriel an enely Wnnianklnil nmankln nmanklnI
1 it i ely h and amusing book k lm h been beenn
n bv Mr Ir William Moulting K < > with the thnUoman theSman h hWman I
Uoman in Italy Iral I BrrntanoVt BrrntanoVti rrnlantI rrnlantII
th the nnd the thnv Ih IhTh theFha
i i Iq i a > libel on en x on
v The Th author ha IIu rannacked the thelaud Ih IhIand theiud
laud iud the Ih chronicle for iicandnloti iicandnlotiand IIcandllloulIAwl
a and h htafoufld found plenty of material materialmint murljltlfIlptlnn materialisrnptlrn
> lfIlptlnn mint Ion that the heroine of the ther tb tbn
oe r n taten lalfur tor ln Intanetnr tanc fire repre reprei
i if f the Ih women or the Ih moral moralK
K t n ageorany ageoranyntherwlIl other will hardly hardlyby hardlyit4
it4 < 1 by hlx reader even though thoughnav
nav Mharo hRr hi hiJo enjoyment of the thejwr Ih IhIt theIt
jwr It l k not fair in Reneralize Reneralizei nrnlll
i good ood joke jo or u nalacioiw Incident Incidentornn Incidentiime
ornn mll In b hi hn n oulhurst of lode indere Incfnr
re nr le I IPe veiled 1111 amnnc British Britishr nrlt Iflh Iflht
S > r i late Jat of which ono nn unpl unpleasant unpleasanteqThtjOfl > a Vlant Vlantlion ant antrMiou
eqThtjOfl rMiou lion nan ne Dn > n th the publication publicationi publlcallonrulIJU
i rulIJU re ntfiu lilf bl ltralhlttl < < jtr phl H of persons of ofrerMitatlon ofr
I i14 r rerMitatlon book that are areilU ar aritll areslbv
itll ilU dull and unncholarly In spit pit nf nftensh orIn ofenh
tensh In h Th name am ppirit seems lo lont 10hi toin
nt t hi hIt hook t > < > olc but Mr r Botilting Botiltingur ultnltu
e ur witi u an and entertainingly and he heMini h ha liehus
Mini 111 HAM read hi bEe sources IIOU sourcesa ourceMi ra raII
a Mi II miriMluctory IIIrol u < luctnry explanation nf n the ther Ih IhrnWII thei1
r 4 i1 f hjvaJroum rnWII love nv In nereiwuiry nl ry hut hutPPT hutpPT htitpp7
PPT ho h betrays h < < r at once his hi frnilnit frnilnitIncm frndnuV rndn rndnnen
V Incm nen rert i jjeneraHation nr3H ion in hi his treat treatnf
nf fl of Panto and Beatrice jj0 If IIrn IIrnr j n nip
r ip p w man in every tAt of her life lifetdeobood IIr IIrdenbocd lirei4enboc4
tdeobood betrothal marriage mother motherI
1
4
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hood widowhood and ad In all of h htr r rri
Uooa to the world and describe d rlM her b M
h IMt h haft i found her la hi lila l books > It 1 is ispr1ty I IIrtUy ispretty
pretty well 1 don if the r r41r Mfar bean In Inmind Inmind inmind
mind that Mr Ir BouUIng U mi ml1ln lng tip 1 1thC
the th ctwtoms C1I toma of
several centuries n athat matti mattitliat mAttlIhat
that he h does d not often make clear and
keep hUeyen on the th society thai at attractixl aIIrachl attracied
tractixl the Ih notice of the Ih chroniclers and andfatlriMi andatlr antisatirists
satirists atlr with n no i cnnsiderat ion nf the Ih ma maof hl ntaa ntaaof IIf IIfof
of rirtpertable women WOtflt in town and coon country CCluntry coontry ¬
try or of t the th tra Iradilllt < iing oniL anttworldng working IIorkln I Ipi xeo xeopie ioplc
pie pi He n harps on Iho Ih story of ParUina ParUinaand ParllnAan ParblnaantI
and an other women 011I1 whom tyrants put to todeath 10dath toticatli
death h hi make u lnge illlt incident serve serven r
I n J J4 < proof lir ° f for various 4rloll dlllrUon diiiuiet l lurtionn lurtionnTho inns innslti
I I Tho Th authorH Kerioiu rlm purpose lttirP ur in Li rather ratherMlfl ralherodd rallierixlii
odd He 11 holds a brief for fnrthe the th renaissance renaissanceand
I and M as ho h cannot deny the th outbreak outbreakagaiunt outhrfA1Altaiul otitlireakagainst
against all moral restraint that marked markedthat mark1Ihat markedthat
that Irlnd M > riod and accept as I true all the theKtandals th thalllial the54aiulals
Ktandals alllial tliat are ar gloried in In its litera literature lilralur literattirt ¬
ture he argue in justification of > f it that thatthe Ihallit
the lit Ii preceding mediraval I period rio riod < l W was M no noIwtter nolUr nohelter
helter in its morals or habits In n pnxif pnxifof
of it thin Ihl he h adduce Danten Dant arraignment arraignmentof
of Florence in the > Paradiso Parad aMiiruei it itis Itis I Ii
is i alMolutely true and insists that the theonditionM II IIonilionft thisCOtillittoflit
onditionM were we general ml throughout IhruII < < holit Italy
IN might just ju t aa well II have included the therest th throt thisrest
rest of Europe lIrope Any 11 land or lr any timn timnwoujd 111111Woulll lutistwouiul
woujd make a poor showing if judged judgedby
by police Iic mid divorce court records recordshowever recordllonr recordshowever
however onr livtJy reading these Ih may make makeSomvthiiiK makHOIIIhill makeSotiwthing
SomvthiiiK I1 that has Iwen 114 done liy h hIr bysIr
Mr Ir lioulting in hi bla indictment of a i se seThat > ex exTliat ISThat
That it should lie in Italy IN due dll to the theaccident Ih Ihacrldnl theaccident
accident of hin hi literary tastes tmlt It I is an annlrlainlnat anentertaining
entertaining hook all the Ih same m and andone alldlne andone
one not Intended In Inendeelfnrthipure endf1 for tho Ih pure in heart heartV htdrtJaonl
V Jaunt Among mone the Ktrmrani KtrmraniThere EtniuiniThen nlwn nlwnThr
There is I some clam justification jwII calion for the thescepticism Ih IhCtpticlm11Ir thisseepticLsrn
scepticism Mr Frederick Seymour ymour nhowa nhowatoward showatoward how howtoanl
toward Ftntscan studieH 11II1It in oUr Up Hill Hillmid 1111Itlltl 11111atitl
mid Down Dnle lt in Ancient Ktniria KtniriaAppUtons FtruriaAppletons tnlrltppllonll
AppUtons though if his knowledge knowledgewere
were deeper and more up to date hewould hewouldwrite h his would wouldwrits 1Iollldwril
write of them tht > m with more respect pt > e Th Theffort ThIfnn This Thiseffnrt
effort to I solve the Ih INI hllmlng filing puzzle of the theLinguage th thL1ngllalt theLinguage
Linguage for instance have been more moreHucceMoful InO InOul tootsisiacessaftil
HucceMoful ul than he h admits and nd some someof omflor
of the th guesses ltU regarding the origin and andcharacter andharnMr endtharnetr
character or the Ih people JI < which he h IH I in inclineil Inelill1 Inclinest
clineil to accept have been bt > en pretty def definitely drInilly diinitsly ¬
initely put aside He n Is I perhapn ptrha pro provoked prookd provnkesl ¬
voked into hit bantering tone he uses usesby U8hy useaby
by the Ih pedantic p > dnllo asaurance U > llImnet and hazardous hazardousdeductions hnzardolldtdlletion hnzardoualeduiCtiOfle
deductions with which investigators in inarchaeology InarchlPOlogy inarchaology
archaeology and notably those > dealing dealingwith dpalingwith dealingwith
with Ktniria accompany the th slight gains gainson
on the unknown that they Ih make He Heshould fI fIhollld lieshould
should l be > e aware a nr however that in recent recentyears rcpntYf4111 recsntyears
years matters malt4 > have Im progressed so III that thatWH thatant
WH are likely before I fore long to know as nsmuch asmilch asmitch
much about II the Ih Etruscans a we do about aboutthe abolltIh aboutthe
the Ih earliest Egyptians < < ypllanll and the Ih Assyrians Assyriansand
and Ri Babylonians BabyloniansIn by Ionian IonianIn
In the Ih first part of his book Mr Ir Seymour Seymourreviews Sfoymourrviw Syrnourreviews
reviews what hal ho h presents as the th present presentcondition prntrondltlon presentcondition
condition of Ktrtiscan trul research the thetheories th thIhOri thetheories
theories regarding ardinlt their origin religion religionhistory nIhtionhlslo religionhistory
history hlslo arts and language Hn II has h dono donoa
a real service rviet > in putting together all the thechief Ih Ihchlf thechief
chief theories whether he h l believes > in inthem InIhm inhini
them or not the Ih statement of these may mayh mayhis
i h hi > accepted a u fairly accurate as L far n nthey as asthey JI JIIhy
they go the I h authors preference prflrt > neof for one oneor on onor oneor
or another in a different mailer The Thereader Th Thrt Thereader
reader rt < ir may follow him or not as he h pleases pleasesand 11 11and
and Mr Ir Seymour ymour tells him he h may mayThe mayThis
The second and larger lar r part is I dencrip dencriptive d rip riptlt
tire > nndthe and tho more interesting because hf < amll the thoplaces Ih Ihpl theplaces
places pl the th author visits are mostly out lU of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the beaten track of travel They all allQgurv allfigurl allfigure
figure among Lars La Porsenas thirty thi y cities citiesVolterra cit itll itlloltlTa irs irsVolterva
Volterra Gro Gr01Ultfo s tfo near Rusellae Popu Populonia 1011Ilonla Populoom
loom Cooa c Void ulcl Cenr CErVt4 teri > rl which is isCame I ICat iCaese
Came Cat e Chiusi Orvieto which ii i Votslnii VotslniiandVitorbo Volsinilanti
andVitorbo anti Itrbo Mr Ir SeymourdescribeAthese SeymourdescribeAthesetotrns these thesetoirns
totrns or sites IIltftll18 as be saw them be informs informshis inrormhi
his hi readers how bo to get jt > 1 to themwhat IbElll what there thereIt I hr hereIi
It to b 1 hr > 11 teen in them not restricting restrictinghimself rtlltrlcliDIthltn1f restrictinghimself
himself to the Ih Etniecan ride ill but recount recounting recoutitlog ¬ i iInl
log their history down to the present and andvisiting andvieltlnlt andvisiting
visiting whatever they have ha that is of ofinterest ofInurt ofInterest
interest The descriptions vary in bulk bulkaccording blllk4COrding bulkaceortllng
according to the Ih length of the lie author authorstay AUthorItay anthorisstay
stay for his account is of personal expe experiences tXI tXIrienCfff experiences ¬
riences he writes almost a monograph at atVolterra 3toltfrra atVoltnra
Volterra The Th book Is readable and en entertaining tnler entertaining ¬
tertaining ler 1inlnlt there is a good deal of infor information inrormation inforinatlon ¬
mation too if the author opinion are arenot ar arcot arenot
not taken > n too reriously
I
Very cry 1 Modern Franre FranreThe EraneeThe n nTh
The Th account Ulllnt of Franco ranC fnder lnlr the theRepublic I thisRepublic h hpublc
Republic publc by Prof lean Charlemagne Charlemagneliracq CharlmalnUrc1
liracq Urc1 l tCharles t harles hal Scnbners Sribner Sons Sn is hottest hontwtand hontt honttan hottestanti
and an ingenuous The Th author in a loyal loyaland 111and loyaland
and enthusiastic enthuJllle Frenchman Fenchnian nhman who thinks thinknthat f thinksthat hi k ktht
that tht everything fvrhln n I right rilht in I th I h be hist t lor lorrepuhlC of ofrepublics ofrepublics
republics repuhlC even HH j literature and art UI and andproceeds andproa aridproceeds
proceeds to demonstrate the I I fact rnl Ho Hohas 1 liehas
has a turn for economic fonnmif and stati statistics statisticsand lajli tici ticiand
and with the t h latter anything anyl hml may nHI bo boproved h hprovP INproved
proved provP His II patriotism pal rlotm compels 10111 him himaknowlfdlp to toacknowledge toacknowledge
acknowledge aknowlfdlp that there wo w a lot of o good goodin Iood Ioodin
in the Ih France of th Second tont Kmpiro Jnpir this thisthe IhiIhe thisthe
the republic rpuhlc has h retained rtalrd while wh shiledisrarding shiledisrardingthe lfcfiartinl discarding discardingtho
the h had Hi H Ills admiration adVlral on of the Ih hu bureaucracy huraucray hureaticracy ¬
reaucracy raucray because hfau it i tive I jves tability lahiliy to tothe 10b tothe
the b Government while whl Ministries lnilrl change changeis hanl i iI
is I ait W innocent a as u I i I is arnuiing lit IIuenters I litenters
enters enl on an extended 11Ind1 defence of the Ihomanner Ih Ihmannr themanner
manner in which the tb separation 14ral ion of Church Churchand Churh Churhad Churchand
and ad State ban hal been h n effected ffcer a mutter rrwltorabout Ilr Ilrabout mutterabout
about which he h admits h his cannot an not bo boimpart h hImpnlal haimpartial
impart Impnlal impartial in I The Th hook is I us I superficial slprficlalPArijan as asParisians asParisians
Parisians usually ulaly are IU in their I under understanding undlrfan tinderstanding ¬
standing fan < iln of r condition cndiion in n France rllr rajir but butthe hlJtl hutthis
the tl juvenile juvnl ardor with wll h which it m I written writtenmakes writtenmakes rllt rlltmk
makes mk it it readable rfdahl and anrnlnaminl enlenaning enlenaningThe ntertamlngThe
The Th views iw of an Kngbshman IIllhman who i ifamiliar Ifamia Is Isfamiliar
familiar famia with wlh the Ih boulevards bulvlr are ar ex exprmued cxpiiuiid s sIII
prmued III Tho T Heal Ial France ral by Iau Laurence Iaurnc iaurenCis ¬
rence Jerrold John Johl lane Company CompanyThe CompanyThl
The Thl author professes Iror to have hl discovered discoveredsomething rlror uicoveredsomething
something otthln deeper dpr than thal the th lif 1 his of the thefA Ih Ihrath thecafs
rath fA and d the I streets I but hul ho h takes I care carenot caronol carenot >
not to go out of Paris in search arch of it His Hisstyle II IIyl Illstutii
style yl i 14 artificial Bnifch1 and ant epigrammatic epigrammaticand p lrllmatlc lrllmatlcan
and an < i his hi sentences nlnC ar a A s involved Inolvf1 a as asof those thoseof I ho hoof
of Henry nnr Jam James m at his hi wort nf This gives givesa h ha
a semblance > mhlI of ff brilliant briiant thought Ihoush to many manyphrase manyphru manyphrases
phrase which turn tur out to bo common commonpUre Nmmon commonplace
pUre and meaningless after the Ih reader readerhas readerhas
11 manlnK rapr raprhI
has hI worked nrk them out He H speaks rak with withreverence wllhrrnc withrevirenc
reverence rrnc of Monlmartre and the Ih Bal BalBullier BalBullier al alnulr
Bullier nulr aii a if they lie still li mant anything anythingand nyhinll nyhinlland
and his hi associations ftiallon he isent ni I to be I with withdecadent pil Ith Ithdecadent
decadent dfAInt literature llralur and art ar rather than thanwith tln tlnwilh thanwith
with real life lf He I dogmatize rlolma17I never neverthelejM nverIhI neverthales
thelejM IhI in French rn 1 politics pOlliN the II world worldfor worldfor orld orldnr
for nr him hi beginning 1fplnllnl with wih loubet ImujhtIemeneuii and andClcmenrenii andCtmnru
Clcmenrenii Ctmnru Ho 1 If has much luch to say yon on the thovarious Ih Ihvarll thevarious
various varll sttssles hde hlf of Ir socialism < 1ltm and on M MBriand tiliriand 1
Briand nrit At it the Ih end n < i he h mourns mturQ in an animpressionistic anImprlon animprisetOflutbn
impressionistic Imprlon II but not very Intelligibln Intelligiblnmanner Inlllllhl Inlllllhlm intlllgihlsniutoner
manner m lnr over the Ih fact fa that eccentric pnrlc liters literature ItOra literslire ¬
ture f1r lire has hl gone Ion out of style 111 and anIIla tells what whathe whath whathe
he h thinks of If the Ih stage tas and some acton actonFor aton atonnr actorsFor
For nr Mark Tnaln Tall Collector CollectorIt 1101 1101It
It seems 0 rather early for A niblirMra niblirMraphy fllhlinrsphy hl ra raphy
phy of o Mark IAr Twain Harpers Jarpr such 11ch as asMr I sitMr
Mr Merle Ierl Johnson JohnAn has I preparrd prplr he h as assure I Iur assuites ¬
sure ur u tim that Ihlt it was w under unrr way for or years yearsbefore Y Yor yearsbefore
before or Maik Twain died dlt It is I a model modelof
of o what a 1 modern bibliography blhlopraphy should shouldbo IIhtllr
bo b the title page < being tlinz dencribed dfclh as asminutely asmlnuitaly
minutely mlnlltly and accurately alcrally as though Ihou h the thoboohs th thbll1 thehooks
hooks bll1 were erA Incunabula inclnabllL and the Ih volume volumecollated volul volulCIL1tl voiumcollated
collated CIL1tl and measured mlur1 as W If they t w wfrt wr wrfirst r rflrt
first frt folio rlo Shakespeare hlkflIJar The Th work or will willbenefit wi willbenefit
benefit nlt collertors clt of first fNt editions Illnl mainly mainlyfor maIn I
for o or ir recollection rCP llon is I ii that the Ih curly rly Im Imprints 1mprlnl lmprints ¬
prints were decidedly rflltJly inferior Infrnr in typogra typography typgra typgraphy typography ¬ I
phy binding bindlni and everything cUe e e a book bok
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author Atr of this t bibliography bibliraphy t rum met lt with withth tiiththe hh hhth
th the chi chr hJef f task t from UM e collector mlor stand standpoint standpoint ¬
point pint h has boon Wt untouched nlollch Mark MarkTwains ilarkTwains 1 1Tln
Twains work ork I Lit rvcenl 1lt enough 1UII to II bo botraced I IImC1 hitractil
traced ImC1 in newspapers nwpp1 und un innt tI uiusgs4ne uiusgs4newhenever > tlne tlnewhenever ln lnwhntr
whenever it first trt apM aJIrft appeared > ured in II that llL shape nhnpoTlie shapeliii hal
Tlie 11 California eAlorian 1rj1IL ierbodleaLs K < rjodlcal and ant not n < t the Ihosecondhand I theieennuihanuI h h1lln
secondhand 1lln husk b1 Ihol uthups hoM am ar this I h r real l hunt hunting hllnlI hunting ¬
I ing In ground ItrIM Th Thessi < i Mr Ir Johnson Jhnnn hardly hardlylouche hrdy hrdyloch hardlytouches
loch Ill liii olumo Ium U l divided 1i1 Into Intobooks InloIk Intoissukut
books otH4ieN > letter I h anecdotes nlolnl ho hoalxo h hal hialso
also al Mipplie 111pl Mimo I int inlnll > rtHtlnt iiote and andan Nulan iunian
an lnd In I Ii I i prml Ilrnl1 jirintssl l with lh iwpr typo typographical vpngraphIcal 1 1Irnhl1 ¬
graphical Irnhl1 nil 11 itt t ruction tact 111 isisi and In1 i lull Iuihulishssl IuihulishsslIil1i nt > lnri h1 h101h1n il ilonly
only Iil1i In limited
01h1n a edition editionForeign sdillonIirclga
Foreign rlll IJIIH IJIIHA lauitIuprightly nd1
A sprightly 11 Issik lxH > k nn n 1 well w1 worn worl Iliouio Iliouioha histuehits
ha h bo tsssuu > > ii written wriln by Ijtily IJIWMIII in inllighwayM 1 iiihighways
highways 1 hwuy and all Hoin 111 > of fr lapin lar I Fred Frederick Frlrik lrederiek ¬
erick A Stokes SIk Coinpaiiyl fnJunyl It m j madI mailIII mad inmliup
up III I i appuronlly ahiruarsui I by of s if f ilerriptiM i Iript IsNeil t s < arti arliI arliItnlrilltf1 ar t lelsus lelsuscontriluiteil < l M Mcuntributetl
cuntributetl tnlrilltf1 t In < > iiow tivwspapers w rm Ir > er Tli < > author authorkeeM nlthr nlthrhr utuithorkeeps
keeps her eyi sVi4 y OMMI 11 for iwrytiling rIhinl of ofintercut ofinterest
interest Inltrt slit h write It a w as if I nobody nII had Il ever everween everseen r rln
seen ln or fr dicnbefl cril1 Japan lnll wlurli give givefr Iiv Iivrrhn givtNfreshnssiis
fr Hhnewi rrhn < and Mvidiii 111 tvitticss to l lr r own wn do tbtiflhutlI1N t tTiplln
HcriptiuiiH She Sh iwo many lIIan Japanese Japaneseword Iapzutesewords II
word and < ld xensilily give in this Ih rJiKllh rJiKllhUivuleiit higlishesiuliratlent IIIh I I Illilplt
< < llilplt Uivuleiit for every ry one 1 IMI 1 5 that 111 1 the thoreader Ih Ihratr thereatler
reader I is pruvidixl with an 11 citiiixivc citiiixivcviMabulary sxtisivroeaiitilarj nl nlMlullr
viMabulary Mlullr of < if f the Ih language 111j1al The nl author authorhaii IlIlhnr niuthuirhad
Ild had tho Ih hs tipportiuiity Ir > rllnlr to meet 1t1 vurtinw vurtinwfarnnii vrhuuasI arICI
II I farnnii fI Japanexe 1 all whom she h tell 11 of her herstay hrlay
I I stay in japan pl tots > a after Iflr the Ih war with withKui willsI ith ithI
I Kui 11la Itintein > ia She lh hat ha Hoinething flthinj to I ii say IY about aboutworld alolll alolllrid aboutworld
world rid politic polt and nll commerce < mllurc and all such suchfilings Iuch Iuchfh suchfluingis
filings fh nl but much mich less I than must 1t travellers travellersdo tra trado
do she IIh lie sticks likJ pretty closely cly to t the th Japa Japanese Jap Japsness ¬
ness n and their way and manage manal to bo bobright he1 he1bright I IhrilChl
bright and entertaining Ieriainlnl The volnjnp II i is I Iillustrated
illustrated iutralf1 < i with very lrYIto good photographs phntograpluiThe nhollirapll I
The T hope hur of South Mah America tria m nt rrst t on onArgentina onArgentina I
Argentina Art > nllna and on Chili lhl the Ih two State Statewhich Slalwhich Stateswhich
which lie I within ihln the t h temperate JMral cone n and andhave Ino Inoha andhave
have ha secured Clrl coniothtnc fOrnllhlnj like lik n I stable stablenovernment sluhltOOIrlnnl stablelovernmiient
novernment OOIrlnnl A s practical Jruet ill and alII unpre unpretentious IInpr unprotenuous ¬
tenuous lIntol account aCllt of The TII Argentine no nopublic n npuhlc liepitiuhic
public puhlc has l Iien > een written wrltn by Mr Ir A Stuart StuartPennmgton SIartInnmllon Stuartlennington
Pennmgton Innmllon Frederick rrick A Stoke Com Company Cornpatty
patty a naturalist nalurII with ilh leanings Ianlns total tonatxitati loardtallI totalttlstjcs
tati tallI ttlstjcs tici He begins lln by h de d4rihin misscribing ririing tho thoiiuntry th thl thiuntry
iiuntry l mIry then gives Iv a concmo cnc nc rc rcCouint ount of ofhilory ofthe
the history hilory proceeds pn s to summarIes of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th natural nlturAI advantage adnntn induetries IndutlriP com commerce rm rmmpr cornmetro ¬
metro mpr not forgetting forltt > uhlj the Ih fauna falna flora floraand t10mand toraand
and geology and wind up I with ih informs information illfolma informsbit ¬
bit ton regarding literature IIrntlr the Ih organiza organization orloanI7I ¬
ion I of the Ih republic rpublc and all the t h manner minnr of ofliving nfIIID ofliving
living IIID in the Ih land lant Ho n holds hol too closely closelyto closelyto
to government jommtt reports rfporR models ol hut h hhas hhM he hehas
has written a useful urul and a1 instructive hook liookabout hookabut hookabout
about abut a land that people pple in the Ih tnited tnitedStates l nI1fdIatf niiedStates
States Iatf ought to know ln ow much better Itr than thanthey Iha thanthey
they Ihln Ihlnlolnt do doA dovIolent
A violent attack atak on President prilnt Diaz and andconditions nndrndilnl andconditions
conditions rndilnl in Mexico Islc i hi made by ly Mr MrJohn Ir IrJnhn lrJohn
John Kenneth Jfnlh Turner in Barbarous BarbarousMexico nrbarou1 nrbarou1Iro flarbamnualeieo
Mexico Iro Charles Chari H Kerr
1 Jerr Company CompanyChicago Cnmp3n Cnmp3nChleajo CompanyChicago
Chicago The fh author aut hor describe rlPrih a aplorabln ilplorabl do doplorahl <
plorabln shale lalA of affair alai in Yucatan Yucalnn and andgenerally andInrally andgenerally
generally Inrally throughout Ihroulhollt the th republic repuhlo Ho Hocomplains U Umnlaln Iiicomplains
complains < mnlaln that American A rican capitalists ranitAIII are aroin nr nrIn areIn
in a conspiracy to prevent the Ih truth lrth about aboutPortlrio nhlutIMlirio aboutInrttrlo
Portlrio Diaz Oiu from frm b blnt Issing ing told Il I un unfortunately IWfonmatly unfortunately ¬
fortunately assumes 111 the 1 h tonothit icom icommon i us cm cmmOllln corn ¬
mon mOllln In magazine which expOi sf e publio plhlo in iniuitie InIllil inltiiitt
iuitie Illil ltiiitt i tsr hat thll throws Ihro eredlton Inlnn the th mod modiCllmoflrulh tioiicumof I Icumoftruth
cumof Cllmoflrulh truth inhisstntement in Hoatuncom Hoatuncompare 1Inm 1Inmp IleahiocompazesMextco
pare pazesMextco Mexico with the Ih United Suite SI acd acdEurope RcdIurop aedEtope
p
Europe Iurop instead irllM of ortht the other Central Cent ntnlnr ntnlnran ml Amer American AmuserIcati ¬
ican an Stat Stato Ial < > and ad attribute alrlllll to its II present presentnilers prnlnar presentrulers
rulers nar evils vil that have 1 existed for cen centuries cenjuries n ntui ¬
juries tui Whatever faults flUlll Portlrio Potrio Diaz Diazmay Iiazmay II
may ay have and however despotic dpllc hi 1 liIus rule rulehe ril rilh rulehe
he h has maintained malnlllntl in Mexico 11 a degree dJ of oforder oroflr oforder
order oflr which ha hl enabled nhl1 foreigner ffrll nN en engaged tnlta engaged ¬
gaged lta 1 in reputable hiiiiliietui 1ln to trade in intho inth inthe
the th republic rpuhlo for a generation Itnraton However Howeverhigh Uowrhi howeverhigh
high hi h handed hi hut method h ho ha hl has jreerved prsesirveslMexico jreervedMexico
Mexico Ixlc from revolution and 11 hi 114 114ponents op opponents npPlltll ¬
ponents Plltll in hi his plans pi would probably probablyhave prohnlyIv
order have Iv done jut jl t a I as h he has hI without hOII keeping keepingorder kpinordr kecpinorder
llometle m In truflion IIIrutto IIIruttoday iristruetlouiA truflionA
A day < dream 1 r for irwlhetic 1lhelic hntiso hou builders builderswhich hlilu hliluwhich luuilhslsrawhich
which would require rfllr a 1 pretty long Ion pur lul lulrancy purse pursewe o oVe
Ve we fancy to mikt Ik real rJ i is contained in inAdventure Indnlllr inAdventures
Adventure in Homo 10 Making IRkins by h Itobert Itobertand Iolrl Iolrlad ItohertiUil
and ad Elizabeth tlullh Shackleton liohn IJotn Line LineCompany 1 LaneCompanyL n nComny
Company The Th author allthorl buy an old oldfoxhioned oldfwhion1 oldfashioned
fashioned fwhion1 hoin hOI > for a i rei rlIelnbl > p ctnbln sum sumand sumand umall
and all proceed prOI to all alr alter T It according to their theirtante IhlrIt theirtaste
taste It There in a fa fascination fac nlUon in watching watchinghow Walchlnl
how ono on idea idt after another onton nl their IhoirhVuU Ihlrh theirhaui4
hVuU h uh and Inl th old hou hOI > < o i is twMt Iwillaholil twistei < l about aboutto
to conform cOIoml to il i After it I hn has be ln hirn n com compl compltI cornIlteIy
pl pltI tely meUimorphoo < l th they y f tei > l lh thy thyIav tIyliive y yluive
luive the Ih homo hor tli they y want whether wllhr il ilwould ilnul itwould
would nul HUH t any an one on sLid t > o i j5 another mailer mailerTho malhrTh matterfb
Tho Th < tory road rpd ratus a n if i I Inle told I < 1 of actual fX fXprlnc six sixpsriflees x xporienco
porienco it may however lowfvr l his > o an arlful arlfuliltvico arlrll arlrllclc utriftilusrice
iltvico clc lo make new n trick in liou houvos build building bllildtl buildnit ¬
nit tl known to innocont innnn who h think k of ofbuilding o ohlhlili ofbuilding
building hlhlili their own IWI hou h untiesi e Th Tlnj Ihmny y liy la out outthfir 011tlir omittheir
their ground Iround4 too tooUnder 10 101111r toiELmiuIer
Under 1111r the Ih title IiI I PUtter PIIr and fipkin fipkinA Pipkint
A t I t MrClurg 1I1Mllrl and Cornparsv Chicago ChicagoMary C ChicagntMary hiC 0 0Iary
Mary II Krnut J roi di rl iligunses < gui I < oM a I little Hi littl e manual manualabout malual malualahout manualaliouit
about keeping hnuxo hI Her homilies homi range rangefrom rl rangefrrnn
from di dih h washing w tin and aol ducting 114Inj1 to the thetreatment Ih IhIralmnl thetreatment
treatment of f servants manner 1nnpn and nd con convepuilion convIliol conversittion
vepuilion vIliol Th Fise Hllhor lh < r lightness Ihln of tone tonedoe Iond tonedoes
doe d not mltigutn Illi aln the 11 ovi vntr > ritv of her herpreceptM hrI herprecept
preceptM It I in u an amusing book bookOther hookr i > ok oksIllier
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With tho Ih Directory JrPlory of th Living LivingGraduateof 1lvinl LivingraiIuiatof
Graduateof ralua o Vale al Lniverfity nir ily IT This Tnl Futile FutileMnrehoune rsittlsMnreiiouisis I IInrehou
Mnrehoune and Taylor Company New VewHaven Newhlavemul w i
Haven HayI this Ih secretary < > ar of ih ht he university universitythe I IIh
the Ih Ret Ie An An1 nsuuri on Ph phlp lp Stokes Sloko Jr send senda sendsa nd1 nd1crclr
a circular crclr noto nOl oxpomg the Ih hop that thatit
it will wi prevent charging chi n ths ho h universiry universirywith uinjversirtrwith nlvnir I
with being binl the Ih alma mater ralr of < vanou vanousocalled vArlolllIocal1 various varioussocahled
socalled lIocal1 Yale 1 graduate who areacciiHerl areacciiHerlof ar are accused accusedot Clt 1 1or
of divers dlv and sundry undr crime and mid misdemeanors midmanon misdamneamrnrs ¬
meanors manon He H i is utiAwaro unlu of the Ih pains painsrenpertabe IninrPrlahl hamsrespectable
respectable rPrlahl newspapers 1tplp take Ilk in verifying verifyingpolici verifyIngpallet It Itple I
pallet ple reports that a I Vale man ha h got gotinto jol jolInlo gotInto
into trouble The Th number of delinquent delinquentwould rUnunl rUnunlwoul1 delinquentswoutlul
would be h diminished rUmlnihf if r Vale 11 were r to pub puhhui pllhlulil publlshji
lulil llshji hui lint of all al the Ih men n whoever who ever r attended attendedthe IInrl
the tht institution inttutol as Harvard Inrvard ha hM ju just t stone Ion
fnr fnrthelthfalIe then Ih the t h fal boot asj asjman t of b hdn lng a Yale Yaleman i iman
man c Cu1 could < iud b checked kl at a once The Thedirectory T Titusdirectory
directory direor certain GAat tk t te ruunes 1 of UJKIi UJKIiliving 1 UWlIvIng
living 1ln grsyfottM with wlb the th addrtwMS ad1 of ofmot ofmO ofmost I
mot mO of them tht They are ap arranged by bycla4e byC byclasses
classes C < i by geographical Illraphlcal distribution ditributon and andalphabetically andalphabetically
alphabetically n1phaholrAlr It contains also aiM some someinteresting lumf lumfInlrlln sonicInletssuing I
interesting rtatirtiral talIIAI table and other otheruniversity olllr olllrunlvlly otherunIversity
university information informationIn Ion iOnIn
In 11 In thi centenary cnnary year a of tho Ih birth of ofChnrl ofIhnrl oftharles I
Chnrl Humner lmnr Mr Ir Walter O I Hhotwells HhotwellsThe IholI
The Th lifo lf of Churl barbs Sujiiner tIiiotiiis Thoni ThOI V VCrowvll rrmK1 Vrowehl
Crowvll rmK1 und uld mstl Company I will i be I welcome welcomeIt lcn lcnt
It t i is u a conooietiliou conlell io ions piwo 11 ui of work In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which greet Jr pain pains hn h lute b hn > n taken laln with withditiiiU wlh willstlutiills
ditiiiU 1111 though I perhap Irh tho I h he chief charuc charucteri uharacteristics haraclritC
teri lritC teristics tics of if Sunnier SlIllwr do not stand I alul out 011 no novlarly 10 10darl 0 0ilarly
vlarly darl Hi fl IIs fainn ra outoido OU Id of Ma Massachu MassachufI IUchu IUchuI achu
0011 fI I I s slot IO not lot burn a as brightly hrljhlly ly a ni as it did dida
a general genemalisuti lull HK ego 11 < > With Wi h all his great greatIUITIIM Jral Jralrll greatinsrits
IUITIIM rll and al1 tiuiuilitlss ualiti i > the I h hi memoryof nlmory niernory of hi hinrrogatice hinrro uk ukarrogance
arrogance nrro anc of hi his l eiiig Iill > a thorn Ihor in II the thelleyh Iht1h thetbph
lleyh 1h to Lincoln p iiliusts < > n > ii > l No o hint nf nflln ofI r rLI
lln LI I tiofifti SrI will wil be b found fOllld in II tho Ih diiraphy biog biography bil ¬
raphy raJh The Th utiploii umiiIstnt ant side hI of u fIts h man limitatIeetNi j janVttid i ihi
anVttid his hi private Ir t mill Ind hi him public life lifeneither lr lrnil lifehell
neither nil her can an bo I umlvrMood ull rod if it IM I con conci concalPl concsabash
ci calPl csabash > al < > < l To I hi his Kcholarohip to II ii his hi zeal zealfor 711 711ror zelilfor
for lie Ih t abolition uhulillol uhuohit ion of If clavery Iavr and anl for tht thtmaintenance 11 tlisI >
i maintenance mainllaUlt of the t lie Covfrnmcnl urnlcllt Mr MrShotwoM 11rHholw11 lr lrShut
ShotwoM Shut well giv Ilv girts < > all due hh credit cnll cnllI criNlitAfter
I After Mr Uriim Urlm Stoker IUCt siaccemisfuul siaccemisfuulventures ucce > ful fulvcnturv flllvel1tur
ventures in II sensational nltollal fiction fclion a more moreintereHting morinltrling toursInteresting
Interesting volume might have been 11 ex expected espectsti s srrlm ¬
pected from him than Famous umoullmlllo umoullmllloIurgi I mio tniiostors tniiostorsSturgia tors torsSturgU
SturgU Iurgi and Walton WlllOI Company surely a apromising 11Ilromlllg aprotnlsiuig
promising subject ubjrl He le tells the Ih story try of ofII
II few royal impostor ImlIOr of a few charla charlatan charlataunt harlalun ¬
tan of some 0 hoaen ho spoiling pilnl them Ih1 in the thetelling Ih Ih1lnl thetelling
telling 1lnl He 111 hlogivesannccountofJohn give an account of If John lAw lAwIhe Lawthis aw awthe
the first tt of financier tlnanclf1 but hardly an im impostor 1mJolor jutand ¬
postor Jolor and of the th ChevalierdEonand ChevaHerdEonant the theTichbom IheTlchln theTlchbortie
Tichbom claimant The he gem Iem of hi hiI hiI his hiscollection
I collection enlflion however and a 1 good story tor It Itwould illuld itwould
I would luld be if ho h had narrated it intelli intelligently Inll Intelllgently ¬
gently Inll i Is that Ih Queen Elizabeth Flizbh was not notherself notI notherself
I herself h at all but a boy by who was a sub substituted submitittited uh ¬ I IIitllll
stituted Iitllll for or herwheni hrwh herwlsemsshiediedathreeyear herwlsemsshiediedathreeyearold liediedathreeyearold II liediedathreeyear I Iold
old baby Mr Ir Stokes lokl is 1lllrn strong on the ac accesorie a acsorf socesoriss
cesorie csorf particularly Jrlculrly a visit he made madehiniHelf madehiml1 madehiniseif
hiniHelf himl1 to nisley AIy where wh r he h saya the thalegend thellnd thelegend
legend llnd is II believed hleed ho h forgets rOrl11 to tell t1 the theutory Ih IhtOI thisustor3
utory tOI clearly cnrly or to supply any ay ground groundfor Iroun Irounfor groundafor
for supposing upping it to he even possible possibleThe plbll plbllTh
The Th noycroft contribution lntribulion to the Hud Hudton HudIon Hudson
i ton celebration cllbraton is I an artistically arlilllialy printed printedvolume pril printedvolume I I
volume containing an ode o on Of Man Manhattan Mansattan Ianhtan ¬
hattan htan by Joseph I C Clarke which is issmoothly il ilImoolhl Issmoothly
smoothly rhytnedand on essay HY on Henry HenryHudson henryHudson I
Hudson by Elhcrt 1 lher Hubbard Uubhad who as asusual 111 asusual
usual Ul141 manage manajf to express spr his opinions opinionson I Ion
1 on a variety of matters maU that have nothing nothingto
to do wit with h hi hiUbjI bias subject The Uoycrof noycrfle noycrfleIt Itoycroftereast tors torsEast
East It ast Aurora Auror Now ow York YorkI
I An account tunt of his hi life uln in the army an armywhere armywherehe where wherehe whlrhe
he served f1 throughout the Ih civil ci1 war in the theFin theron theFirstMassachusettaVolunteersIs
Fin FirstMassachusettaVolunteersIs tMa i aphusett Volumeersis set down downI ron ronI downiby
I by Mr Ir C C W Bardecn nnen in A Little Litle Fifer Fiferj Flffr FlffrI
I War Diary Diar C W Bardeen Drdn Syracuse SyracuseThe Hyracuh8
The h8 author doe dO not hesitate to speak speakout plk plkout
1 out his hi mind mindhu he h preserved plrvt prsservedhlusdiariesantl prsservedhlusdiariesantlthIs his hil diaries diar and andthis andthill
this story lor of life in the ranks rlka is I not only a avaluable aalulble avaluable
valuable alulble document domn but make very vr In Injterosting Int
t jterosting teresting reading radlna It is illustrated ihltraltd with withmany withmany
5 many curious wartime anlm picture pictureThe plclurThe picturesrho
The selection ItUm1 from rom the college col publica publications IlIhl suahlicatiomis ¬
tions Itol contained < Ialnt in A Williams Wilam Anthology Anthologycompiled Anthobogycompiled nlholol
compiled ompll1 by Edwin Iwln Partridge Parlrilllt l Ihrn Lehman hmanand hmanandJulian an anJulim antI antIJulLzs
Julian Park privately printed prnl Williams Williamstown lhlm lhlm10WI
from other cuch cuchcollection
town 10WI Mal 1I111 differ dittr
1 1 collection coloton in that both prose pr and verne verneHTO verseare N Nr
are r included Inclldl More than half hur tho Ih con content conI cnntetstsareconlriistiteti
I tent lnbnrconlriblll1 tetstsareconlriistiteti are contributed by twentieth century Cnlllr CnlllrInderJtllul centuryI
j I undergraduates InderJtllul and theo do not contemn contemnI
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S literature 11rdIUI for the Ih name nalt of William Wilam Ciillen CiillenBryant lull lullBryant CullsmiBryant
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scheme Ih for advertising ndverti inlt a hook no 1 he hethought heIhoiihl hethought
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out many manv article and send nd them out Oll to toth 10I tothe
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