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THE SUN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 27. 1912.
'pjjjjRARY News Views Jm
A strnK Itomniitlr 'I'iilr.
At out- pl.-ce in Mr N.irsvick IWpitiK'i
'ory of ".loan of tho Tosser" (Cuss.-ll
ami (''ompiitiy i it N pnl of the powerful
voitnc, hero "So lVlle,i mssciI wood nnd
e.'irned the uiiniw "I tsso lnn " Wlmt
lio ilnl i MiK;'tivi. Inr in a llc,urutivo
en-o lli "lory il-i'll ti v v.'kmI and
aise- it 1 1 1 fur il hire
I' ss.is in tlii- d.iv- hi' thn sory sslclod
K inn 'li'liii that IVIIim ran awnv from
hi lnoi'iilcry, liNtvuin hw clothe behind
him 'lti tender will Mioii 11 ii (1 that ho
hi. iiRtiKil upon a curious and MirritiK
tnli I'ellea- svntiderod in th" peat
forest in thow d.iv-It mini pT'Mt wold
wond'TitiK hosv he hlimild obtain food
and appat rl Hi- haw an old woman
hitting ly a rki'li-toit in a l.ido. Mi liad
Hrr"d up the -kcletnii in a corneous
Mirooat of Krri'it and i;old and ssa- pohch
itiR its pint of line armour. IVIIe.is ilid
not know tlial tlil was thn fkeleion of
his father and tliat the old woman ssa-,
hi Riatnliiiotlii'r Hi thought very
likely tool, t lit foim of a svi-'i that !'
th'1 livuiK. had a much n- . pair of Kidli-K.l-km-
I'ellcn- r.i'i aw. iv s h -n loan will: hr
lilifk 1 hi ir and iniditn;lii eseo,ini" iidim;
in her red i onk on her sshito p.illrev
Iff ran in ), r ami in lcvitih iliordet
It wa naturel tint niter runtime; fr .1
Ioiik tune li- should Invo fountl liun-i'lt
tuckered Ho It-. .'t-piim in tli" lif.-'h-wood
hhad" sshen l-i'i"lt of li. ed
Tim "r d'-cis ei ed dim l-i't.'ii'i ss -is
far from I t . !.. K t ! 't iilt
.'I Tl fH
hft e In. Mi She curried J'elle is off In
til" Ued Umer, a"d he he 1 eloihe lor a
little In!.. I'lil'ciiiinat. ly h" did not'
e ; iiein on w n"n in a painnn emergency i
he jumped olli ol ,i winnow ol the l!el
lif er I'll" i he surrounding mere Ago in
h" v, ,is out in 1 1,. '.vid'i world w it'i nothing
w hates'": t w ear
Mi n and hound" puriied Tell-as He'
i.illed three ol lie- hi'iiiid- ahIi hi hare j
Lands U was -hoelniiglv bitten A
ild boa" filed from a thi' ket to -ee
wh.v the trouble was about 'I U- remain
ing hound wire diver'ed by the boar
l'ei..is i s, end. d a tree .loan al-o had
a tower lltrrtili'inger v..i n ium
I'elieas was deientlv treated at Itnvh
hraiger notss itlisiaiiding iha he had I lie ssill crtainly I much impressed by
once choked Ms mistress uiid.-r i h" mad i the mysterioo. unrelenting, Hrsistent
d"lti-ion licit she was the i"il in .ilhnmg I carrying out of the I'hurcli's decree
lortn. Hi- wounds were heitld. In i Thn sense of horror at hoinethitig ui1
svallei sa tilled and h" wa provided known l alssavs present. The mental
with soni" clothes. Hut .l'.,m. ss hose , and moial struggles of the heroine against
throat -till a. lied, did not lose ivllea- at her Mormon naming may be tine to lile
liolialh .-.H mi th" great ''.ill n' llireh
hangcr. Hewa "lad in mail Hi-naked
nud reddened '.vi.rd Ins ncm 1 i- kneis
He was waiting to carry .loan oil m King
lohti H" had litiishi'd a cup of svme
Thre dog slunk fiarfiilly about the
hall Due of tl.em lllt.-l his mu.le
and began to howl (iolt.uli hurled the
empty i up at the oilcniler All three dogs
fled into the cour.yaid .loan came m
through a door covered by a green cur
tain. She carried a bosv and mross
s'.e discharged the arrows m (ioha'ii.
who laugltt them upon h's shield He
truck .loan dossn svuh tl.e Hat of his
ssvord (ioli.nh sva a nim.-t ! ol a man
He ssa l ortnili mi and redoubtable I'd
lea eliti'led the hall He bole a club
in. id" of a ymmg oak tree ll"sasi lothed
I'lit not in armor. Ile struck (lobaih on
the helmet ss'lth the o.lk club Mossn well'
doliai'i The story s,iy "lie lav theie
on hi- belly ss it li aims and l"i s stuck out
like a gi eat gray beet e imiiied to a board "
After I'elieas had' rem" into po-.eson j end. The nai rator's misunderstanding of
of hi- father's armor and sssord he had phiases and (iiotations, sshii h is amusing
another encounter wiih (ioh'ith Matters! at llrst. Iiocomes lather tiresome sshen
sseni still svorsii ssuh King Joliii's fal 'kept up consistently Tim plot is almost
giant on ih.it sivid ami grim occasion ja bui!e'iie on the recovery of tho long
King John's, named mercenaries came ! lost child, but the reader ssill like the
from oser the s",i ami curried lire and i
slaughter and other ssiikedne.s into the
great ssold. 1'hey were ery i lud ex
perience that drove Joan to her wooden
toivcr by thooity wall and l" Iho-o public
pradiiirt in holiness in innt.iiion of Sun
citi styhtes on hi pillar Happily,
it sliuugelv, in I1 " latter sviu'er ssealhcr,
r ,en Joiiii juiiipi d fioin her (ossit in j
the I ellel thai angels ssnuld l.i'ar her up. !
the ino.ii ssa not Irueii nnd the impact
ss,i upon nnlhiii': harder than witter
'IhoMoiy is admirable. Ii issiiongiy
liild There t- poetry a veil 1 1 foioo '
in il language and it ha-good im.igina I
Tim Tolstoy" ti:. I'. Dnti. ai and Coin-'
unnvi l hut M. r.oiiiain Itohiind hi" wuli.'ii
oiobablv loses little III Mr. lieiliaid Miall's1
slovenly Iran-ln'ion. The author's pur-
pose is not so much to e.plain ihe liussiati
n'lihor to the Frcni h n to inloiiii thein
or xv hat M. Holland ihinks of him. Ii 1
i com ei va bio thai nn iiitiTesiiiiK bing-1
luuhv of To!' '.oy miglii bo ss i iileit by ink-
illg 1 1 tint Ills bonks tho views mill the
sial'-uu nt svhich aie autoblograpliic and
lltllllg llietn into the eslabllshi'd fill is
nUilll his lile. 'I'll. I. lli-k s.'oiild 1 1' lilt
luivscsii, mine ti'ue and i.itieice than
ssete ai M It.. Hand's cniumillld. lie
I .till ..MM I..' OS's SS'llks llllslllV. c-
I'lail.s ll.c'ii I 'l' IH l"ll. S'icit he thinks
..I iheiu and tin' ,iiiih"i '. n mi h piaises
eiliasagai.i.s .imI is plainly more inter
iln in making ml n hc i.'iiuons of Ihe
author of ".Jenn-Chrintophts" than In hi
Mi I'aul Hinikoff'x "The t.lfo of Tol
stoy ilViKci'll und Company), HioiirIi
is unpretentious and has real value ,
on account of thn author s personal
aciiuaintance with Tolstoy. !l telN,
the story of hi life briefly, civiiiR an i
outline of hi works and a plain and1
intelliKible account of hi flight and
death The ctiiel value of the book to
admirer of Tolstoy, who are probably,
alie.uly t.iiniliar with all that Mr. Hirukoff
ha to tell, ho in the many excellent and
new photoRraph with which it i Illu- '
t nit ell.
A plain biography, based on material
that is generally available, but complete
and holding closely to the facts, i "The i
l.lfe of l.ynf N. Tolstoi" (Thomas
Cronell and (.'onipnny I. by Mr. Nathan
Haskell Pole, who for many years lias
been a trnnlutor of Tolstoy's works.
It Is an honest piece of work, which pro
senl. the tacts concerning Tolstoy's
career and tho anulysk of his works
in a .iti-faetorr a shape as the general
leader will care Tor. Mr. Dole's metic
ulous pain to preserve as far a possible
i lie lluc-ian form for proper names seepis
a mistake, for many familiar name ate
hardly lo be recognized in the shape he
A- brilliant writing a Mr Joseph
Conrad has ever done, combined with
some proines, he offers to renders of
"A I'ersonal Itecord" (l(arperi. In giv
ing some ai'i oimi of himself he has tol
lowed the example of (ioethe in "Wnhr
li"ii und Hii'li'iinK" and of Heine by
avoiding th" necessity of holding closely
to th" I'm ts and recording only moods and
impi esi.in Heine, with hi Mdeen"
and Hi" story of l.egiaiid. the drummer,
h" mut have had di-tiivtly in iiiind. for
the ' I'ei old" gives uliotller view of the
Napoleonic epic m the vis id portrait o
Mr Coi.r.'d grandfather, who ate dog'
in th" retreat from Moscow Mr I'onrnd
l.u ks i he sp.irkle of Heine and his humor
is nun h mere "him, bit; the grim pic
ture .t tif old veteran cgaitist the ba. !,
grounrl ol po'imd's misfortune can hold
!' i w n . Mi th" I-'tenehuian stranded el
I iiis( 'd'.-t . wh" drummed the meaning
of histurv nil" th" line .lewth urchin
1 i a rHtn'iling book m w Inch the
author ilr.f's with hi fancies u he
please. i Th' connect mg thread is tli"
smrv ..f how I' i-ellle to Wl'l" i.s r
t . i.'kI i" mental i. ..d material Mrr
s.lo.l.'s of I M ' l .ile II li'l'ds him to le-
r c v.ivj ;e from Itouen on w hi"h h
lies er pre d '. to a brillmnt lU'iure o
h's hero X'l'naver. an i their II' t meei.
me to : i-t H fragment telling of Ilu
siiili .pI'resMon.tobiisof e)e-ieiu eof Ihe
sa ai.il to u tin" -lorv of th" Marseille
pilot boatH Tho reader will get some
idea ot the man. though he may be m
doubt as to how lar imiigina'ion decorate
iRfts Ite will torgtve Mr fonrad
nine prea' hing and soni" tiicctic presen-
tatiou of hi- views on various subject,
for thi i- a real boon, of those that List
and are tend over t net over a ;ain
'two Ness Niurls.
much good and efioctise svnt-
mg ssuh -.ouio nielodiamatic rubbish m
Z.'lllo tltey's "Hide! of the l'ii i Sage"
i Harpers With the ii'ith.'i' view of
I the .Moimons the i fuller is hai illy con
leitied sae a they help on the stoiv.
but cp.n liardly arou-e sympathy in pel-i terestlng and instructive, reading than W
wins who hold the geneial iews icgard- II. (iratt.in Hood's "htorv of Ihe Hag
iiiK tho Mormon lehgioti. There is a pipe " Most lovers of tnit.-io know very
liretiy and pix'tical descriition of a hidileii littl" almut this ancient Instrument be-
imradite in a cliff dweller valley that Is i
hard of uccesn, and the youthful Adini
anil ilse foinance tha' develops within
it is dealt with tenderly. Them is a
cpital horse t ace. with other mti"o.tuig
incidents oi ranching life, and there are
various exciting shooting frays. In mt
ica! moments, hossever. tho men ml
moie hko dying operatic tenors than
(ersons svith legaul for their own lives,
and ttic meeting in svlurh the principal
ate gathered to explain matt. us serges
mi the I idn iilotis. The reailei ssho will
(ln-e his eyes to some absurdities and
will skip some discussions will enjoy
a rather striking and exciting tale
Much thai i entertaining will be found
in Mr. Don Maripiis's "Danny's Own
Siory" (Doubled:!)'. I'l'ge and I'onipanyi
despite tl.o elaborate attiMcial dialect
ol slang that is employed to the ery
lien, ssho is natural and manly, and
ssill enjoy the capital portraits of the
patent iiieclu me vender, ol tho lomanlic
housemaid and other iHinple met on the
road Tor this tale, a is the inomentary
fashion, glurilles tho tramp and the nut
cast. 'I lm author dis-s morn snnous
wilting in his tealist ie dusi ripiion ol tho
disturbances among the negroes and the
lyiu lung patty
Sir lluhert Pr.rry on Sole.
When Sir Hubert Parry ssrites a book
II liehooses every oil" interested Hi the
ait ot music to sit up and take notice.
It ought oven to be unnecessary lo teviesv
such a volume If Parry has something
In say, it is sine to bo sonnilhins im
pel taut and to bo ssell said. 'Iheretori'
this brief announcement of his latest woik,
"Stylo ill Music" (Macinill.ins).
'Ihe substance of this book r.r.Rilially
nppciied an a series ol Oxford lectiiresatid
now comes into public piiul lor tho (list
lime. 'I he topics I rented are Ihoseiolatlng I
to style as applied to tho various lypos of !
music and th" nriiiuer of Their formation
'I'h'i author considers the stylo of choial
music, how it ssuh diivnlopcd. what It
coiniiises and at svhat il i.hoiild aim.
lie dues th" same thing svith oichestrill'
music and svith s'atioiis oilier types, i
Not only il"' he svrllo abolil style in
Ihe cie ttion u III" fill Ills of music, but
he goes llil'i details, such a the suitable
slvie for an oichestra and .ig.iiu that for'
a smaller body of instruments. N.ilu.i
rally a work of this kind will appeal llul I
of all to students of music, but If others
do not rend It much will be lost.
Such a book is a prnctical supplement
to nil those volumes which aim to show
the layman how to cultivate u sound taste
in music Tlui treatment of the subject
mutter by Sir Hubert I'arry is not pro
foundly technical The book can be read
by amateurs as well as by professionals.
And above all let it bo said that this author
has an extremely fine literary hand. He
wTites with exquisite smoothness and
clarity His style is a continuous delight
to those who admire dignity, simplicity
"Music and Nationalism. A Study of
Knglish Opera," by Cecil Forsyth iMac
mlllanO, is a book of uncommon char
acter 'I lie author has set out to trace
the various influences which have touched
tho musical stage of England in its at
tempts at the creation of opera in the
national tongue. In following out his
plan tho author found It necessary to
make come ttudy of the "more general
t elation-hips of national life and musical
'I he result of tin double pursuit is a
volume which contains much history
mingled with much commentary and no
little sharp criticism 'Ihe author tlnds
plenty of teason to lament the numerous
cause which have kept the art of dra
matic composition in n pretty bad way'
in tli" tight little island Ir would he I
wearisoui" to follow him through all tliu 1
ramitioalions of his story and his deduc-j
lions. Ian may be said Ihst some of his'
theories, ihawu fiom the experience of
Iaiglaud, migh' easily lm applicable to
operatic affairs in this country
Theie i an excellent chapter on Kng
lish opera librettos, showing how little
attention their writer have paid to the,
singing possibilities of the language.
The stupidity of such librettists has of
colli si' ciwn rise to the lamentable iriii
that Knglish is not readily adapted to the
iihI of dramatic verne in ong. He lw
gins thl chapter with the sen-iblo words
ol ilheis Stanford "No language in more
perfect in it. way for nmieal expression
than that of ,th Knglish Hible." Htan
ford proceed In point out the splendor
of Knglish in oratorio and declare that
such a tongue. I certainly fit for the
stage 'I hi i tho thesis on sshich Mr
Forsyth wipes ,m able ess,iy.
Th" author takes li the subject of
''singing in Knglish m all tt details and
shows lh.it he understand the matter
thoroughly In one chapter he establishes
hi ground for belief in the possibility
f cieating nn Knglish "song speech."
which I an intelligible name for operatic
text lit for organic union with music
such a song speech as Wagner conceived
sshen h welded lh staff rhyme to his
declamatory melody. j
Next the author considert the subject
of tmnslating foreign librettos int..
Knglish. and thla chapter might be profit-
ably studied by the agitators for rn-..
lated opera at the Metropolitan Mr
fnr-s ll, will eive Ihem llllle f,.t r,'ll,.,,. i
"''" ls "M "",,H "m "Hfvo in the
... .in in,-iii(iiiii ,,
lliing Opera svritteiein Knglish he regards
a an essential, opera translated into
Knglish ns a makeshift
Hut it is not necess.1 n- to make a resume
of the entire content of tills book It i
a iiiosl ledd.ihle volume und it is full of
gi.od sense Theie t much information
ssilllill it coveis. as ssell as much sug
gestinn and stiinulating argument All
singers and music loveis ought lo tead it
'ihe Muic Story Series (Walter Scott i
has contained some excellent volumes,
but not one svhn h has supplied more in-
cause It docs not appear in tho opera
house nor tho concert hall. They would
doubtless bo astonished to know that
lords of art have from time to time con
tributed to the tteasiiry of iihie music.
iiii.ng those enumerated by the author
are bully. Handel, Haydn. Spohr. Schu-
bcrt. H.neidieii. Ilwlhoven and Meyer-
Iheseare highly respectable acipmlnt-
atices of the bagpipe, but ii is not their
doings which mako thn instrument and,
its histoiy vrorth consideration. Mr.
ITood has begun with a challenge of thn
long established belief that. th inslru-
meiits used merely to mark ihythms, as
the drum, were tha lltsl in tho world or
music, and has avowed his faith that tho
pipe is as old as the best of f hem.
Whether or not this is truo it is certain
that the pis comes down from tho twi
light of the dawn of civilization ami that
it has skirled its wild notes for many
peoples anil ninny purposes. Mr. Flood
lias left no stotio unturned in Ids seirch
after tradition mid records. He has
hunted tho pipe back to its lair in the band
of N'tibiichadnezi'.ar and has chased it all
over Kgypt anil India. Thenco he. has
relentlessly pursued it into (ireeco anil
aflerward to Itoine. where even .Vero
chciislicd the ambit ion to be a bagplMjr.
Then tiiu author unearths tho first
nccoitnts of the pipe in lielaiid and gnen
"i'1' " "in in'" iiis. -oiiiomii lino tsaiCH,
.,.,,,, ,,rosses the St (!eorg s Cliaiinel
wr.h H and the Irish "oluuist into Wales.
and lands the pipe in I.ngland Scotland
conns next,. and here indeed there i a
rich mine of history und anecdote to
soik It must suftioo to say that, tho
The Life Story of
J. Pierpont Morgan
By Carl Hovey
Till, accurate ItloKra litis , I'liiiUluliiK "ImlUe" liirormal Ion nrsrr hrrurr
In print, brims the record or .Mr. Morgan's lire Into the rar I, clirotilcllm
Ills carl) IicrIiiiiIiibs ami liiiinrn.e aelili'sriiirnts In the ssorld of hindncm. It
In nellhiT a ciilnn), nor an attach on thei inone) power, lint a presentation of
facts ami u studs .r the iimauitlnc perminallt) of a great manor afTalra
ami patron or Hie art n. is eiiKrossliiR lo the icneral reader as It la Informlns
lo Hie tlnani'ler. (I n.irn Sru HtutUuIrd '.' .'ill nrf, nliio. $'; at) )
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"genuine things should come, we have found
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"A Most Excellent Story.
"But aside from its story interest, which is lively, the
"thing that will strike one most is the quiet charm of the
"narrative. It is told in a reminiscent vein, as if through
"a softening mist of years, quite as if it had all happened
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tt t tow.a.ni
uuthor unfolds chupter alter chapter
tracing the history nd uses of the pipe
in the United Kingdom ami on the fontt
nent down to the present day
He tells many delightful stories of thn
great piper and give attractive accounts
of the' pipe bands of the crack regiments ' ""v '"
wliich employ them.- He never negleots lon- "-nry garland Hill. IX. I becre
0 e note ,. hut, an mterest. vet ho brings ; "t the York Commission, and is
well int. noUce the character of pipe 'h J- Lyon Company.
alile hi-torv of n branch of music lunei
known to the student or Hie gen oral
reader .snv one wu" i.iscr. i
and reads the tirst chapter will be sati-!lod
thai there is much to be learned ami mai
it is worth learning the author writes
smoothlv und agreeably and the book has
a number of enlightening illustrations.
' Other Honks.
( k (l mj,cntlon of the mechnuical
cvitiration is taking that Dr Woods
' chlnon wien he tries to jsipularire
, : ' in - K Handbook of Health"
, M;min 0olI1pany ., tran-late,
,ii ..x.sioii into terms
"m mj """-- " .. .
... i I,- un, e.mso.ires ine Human
. , n,.,-,,.,,!,, and on engine
j His analogies muy simpnty nianers ior
' some young men, he is certainly distinct
in hi expression and the itifotmation ho
I gives He seems to have an undue oon
, tempt for the general deite to have som
I tlasortng matter in the amount or water
1 we must consume, and this applies almost
nrnni.lv to tea and coffee and soft
, ,uilu f.u in nleohol. smoking he tells us i
is a senseless habit." and ha fulminates
against tobuccowith Jacobean vehemence;
lh" seems to object to it more than to
.irinL We imaelno that thet may be
danger m teaching by analogies and com
parisons, but the system is certainly more
lively thnn plain didactic statement, and
will Impress indolent minds more quickly.
A numlsT of articles in which Prof.
Ilolwrt Kennedy Duncan lias endeavored
to popularize, in the magazines various
aspects of chemistry will ls found in
"Some Chemical Problems ol To-day"
(Uarpc'iM Among them nte paera on
thn atom on camnhor and on nreau
, ,io tihilosophical iniestlons that
,ii.v.h. have raised. Amended
, theHe are a report on tho relutiou or the
University of Wisconsin to tho State and
a(.0unt of tho working of industrial
Tsvo interflsting articles by Mr John
Morlson, one demolishing' tho legend
0f the enumoctial stonn. the other telling
i,nw the marine barometer catuo into
iisu in this country. at puniisned in ,
httlo volume entitled "Are There Equi
noctial Stornis?" by William F Sametz
and roniany, Sew York
Tu that large portion of tho Rritish musi
cal public, which limits itself to oratorio
and to choral festivals tho late Hev. H K
Haweis was for many years the greatest
of musical critics. His popular volume, on
"Music and Morals," now over twenty
years old, is published in a new revised
edition by the Harpers. Hcsidos icsthetic
and moral essays, it contains biographies
of the composers honored in Ilritnin, Irotn
Handel to Mendelssohn, and apers on
instrumental inusio, violin, piano and
Kvidontly svith a missionary purpose),
Mary ChsrU Dairies has prepared a reader
for foreigners svho are learning Knglish.
"Karly Stories and Songs" (Fleming II.
Hovell ('ompaiiyl. tho text of which
consists of Iliblo storios much simplified.
However worthy tho intention, such a text
is not that host auited for th ampiisition
Hat 27th Street
By mail $1.45
of such practical Knglish as the learners,
need, and the mixture, or religion svith
instruction, outside, of Sunday schools,
may lm deemed undesirable, in many
A full account of "The Champlrtin
nconaeroga, urown I'oitit. i
Isle Ii Molle, Plattslmrc. a
verbatim report of every word spoken in t
prose or in verse, nnd portraits of all the,'
participants. In an appendix are a brier
account or I'hamplaln, some historical
notes about the Champlain Valley nnd the
libretto of the ploy of Hiawatha
Thf I if nf i'-thollr Kmnnclpnlloii
siiliimr. Monsicnnr llfrnnrd Snl
mans, drren and I'otnraos i
Thf I'lslllatlon nt Chlnn It A
.ssilllimnl Xor,att, Mrati Unit ami l ompdii.
iiiMeiv ox tmr nmc ima nut c, p.
r.iwicli iWllllams toil Vorsatr. Henry Holt ana
An Intinriiirttnn tn Self nrf ' .1. Arthur
TliiimiiTi iWllllann and Nnrratr l)tnr Holt1
anil l onipan) ' I
Thf 'nn.irs anil Vn.lfrn lino. " n s. n..
llnir " The Ilrs.
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