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Cniraoo May j Out University of olChicago ofChlealo ofCbkao
Chicago way Robert Herrick wa found foundcalmly fdI
1 calmly following < the intermingling paths pathsi pith4rf
i 4 4rf rit n noreliM and university leotiuvr and andMemlngly andIilMmInCIT zd zdsemtngly
Memlngly an A heedlea hlMdl of the fact that thatrj tbattrtain thitL
L rj Certain iif f hi bla novels had been barred barredfrctn bamdfrom harrdfnn1
from certain librane a aa of the fact that thatb thatLi
b Li had been placed at the top of the th list listof lItnr listof
of present day novelista by some critic criticsod coritlealId
IL sod lId d publishers It I Ie hi hie theory tha < th thrtl tbmlat lbl1st
mlat rtl t work doe hi bia l 1e11 > t gives Ch forth forththe fortbth
° 4 the th product and that 1 a th the end of it itM iti
i M far at the lb artist relation to the pub pubia pubEc
10 ia concerned so 0 he doe not often ofteniidulRa ontCfullt oftntdu1g
iidulRa In Interview InterviewWhy IntenlemlDY InterviewWby
Why DY should the public have the tight tightto
to know tb tM why and the th bow and th thwherefore tbbwefore the thehretnre
< wherefore after I have published a book bookh bOOk7h
h asked on th the occasion of the present presentInterview preeeIltluteniew
4 Interview It ha the novel the best bestI
I can do and that should be enough enoughTo vnouATo nouchTo
To a uggeftlun u tltn of the public Interest intemtlole In Intil it itthetninsnd
til le thetninsnd man and hi work he replied repliedOh
i j Oh I know that is I the newspapers newspapersmint neWlppereIWItnt newspapersgnIzit
mint of view v yi w and the public I suppose supposerjijt UpJ108f1Jt
I rjijt Jt f i cannot ca Ulot see it Ilthat that way Why h he hewent heI hefwent
fwent I went on warmly 1 dont make myself mM1fpublic myselfpublic myselfpublic
public property PfO T It ho no claim on me met mtjhat
4 jhat t what Is I left I t of me after I have given th thi thI thI the theLbok i ill
ll Lbok Lbokwr kThe k
I The wr book that part of me I have given givenlit iven iven41t
lit to buy to read ad to throw away to do doiwith dowitb do4Ith
iwith witb a U it choose ria and I do not n object objectbut obJtOtbut ohjcctIb1t
Ib1t but the re rest t of rim rnttlt en It should leave alone aloaoitffltll alolluctU alone1tIl
itffltll I give out another piece piecet
t It la I like lik the bunine of th the butcher butcherJwbo butobflt9II0 butcherjwbo
Jwbo 9II0 sell meat or the grocer who sell sell9ggfc Milaw sellsQW
9ggfc Bec Betliuee ue th the grocer rucer r contribute to toi to1the to1the
1the 1the i the public demand for egg P that doe doecot dONct doesiot
iot cot nuke him a publlo property ProTBu1 prnpert7But a aBut
But Interrupted the th Interviewer tri triVaphamly 1rihphantIT tellVpharnIy
Vaphamly he bo b to stand sponsor for forhcwe forI forthose
those elI eg He ho to defend them If it0h
I 111 1 > y are bad and andOb andOh
Ob no laughed Ilu < h4t1 the th novelist be I Imerely IIy Is IsmreIy
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merely Iy put pI It nut of biulne bulllnfo busineeso
80 o there 1b thn th matter of public againit againitother sgatntI iot iotauthor
I other according to Mr 11 Herrick stoodand stood stoodi 1Iud
i i and stand although in this case h hrelented he hefattd herlenteJ
relented enough ouch In make nAk some observa observations ohrvatoa ¬
tions on thn Ih condition rItion and tendendn tendendnef I
ef present day tHion and nti those th obaerva obaervatjon olmooa
j tjon ooa am of unusual interest a coming comingfrom oomlDIfrom cnmin cnminI
from th the creator of Together a novel novelwhich nM1hirh novelwhich
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which hirh tbn Ib pukeUken of the Ih reading readingpublic readingptbljo adln adlnJIJbllr
I public declare d lare would have been a total totalfailure tol4lflluJ1 totali
i failure only ten yean ago agoOf ACOOf agoor
Of cnurvn Mil I admire the th old things thingsk thJn thJnId
k be oald Id and n1 from many technical stand standpoint etandromtl standpoints ¬
point which would not interest you youb youboore youbare
b bare re IIII nr I im a university lecturer a awell at atflII awell
well flII a u a novelist A All to thn 01 things tbln of oftoday oftOedy oftod
today tod Im Afraid you nl will III Im I shocked at atmy atmy atmy
my lgnr I Orlnl Ignoranctn Orlnlern < > ranv ranvIn
ern In the Ih last year Ivn read four of the theI thllItW
I ItW w honk Tono TI nn > Bungay and Ann Ve VeMnica teInla V Vrntc
Mnica and undtbtSoocofRonpandMd undtbtSoocofRonpandMdbOW nndths the Kongof ongofSongaandand ongofSongaandandnow Rongaand and andBow
Bow Ive a vague idea them wa a fourth fourthhut fourthhut fourthhut
hut Im rite iin > I cant tIt rerallect It Itbe he said saidhelplessly Midl1elplI saidhelplessly
helplessly And I think Ivn I looked at aton t
4 on 01111 or two other other8o olb olbSo others8o
8o you set I IlIUInot cannot speak kr ex cathedra cathedrado I IT Ir
T do not like to Ilk about people whose whosework whoseworks I IYOrb
work I havent read d nor do dill I like Ilk to Ii talk Ulkabout I4lkabout talkabout
about tb the work of contemporaries I Imay IIU7 Imay
may have an opinion I may have read readatory Idtory readstory
tory in a mamine ma zln on a railroad train trainby trainWill traInhy
by a well known writer wjt and I may have have4bougbt haveiboupt harebottjbt
4bougbt It wa a oft thing but remark remarkoa remrbca
oa cootKupotarie even when well In Intttioned IntaDttoned Intsedoned
tttioned ar aN detectable d Mtable from the point pointof poIntcttlowottheartist
of 0 cttlowottheartist cttlowottheartistot Tlo view of f the th artist artistKot lat I Iot
Kot ot that the th artist view of tb the work worktinot workDot worklanot
tinot Dot Important a IU regard technical technicalIfnatten tlldlnla1IlDttere teduilclVattax1
Ifnatten and such a as important a that thati thatlilt thatthe
i lilt f th the critic perhaps but neither I II IIf7lmportant o overy nSly
very f7lmportant Important after all The work itself itselfI lte ltethtblilc itselfthe
I th thtblilc thtblilcThat the thing thingThat thIngThzt
That thn th theatre I III taking th the place placetnf placethe placef
tnf f th the novel l Ii a statement going the theround theroundl theroundi
round today I cant < sen e any renal rtDallD renalanc s snc
anc nc D of 0 th the drama There la I more gen gennJ enfir genseal
nJ Interest in play pia which whlmJfI ar are on a higher highertiers highererel
tiers erel but no man ha h appeared of uffl lutftritat sutfldent ufflritot
dent power to t give clv a renaissance to the thedrama tbedrami theThe
drama dramaThe
dramiThe
The drama ha a broad appeal alPAlmmtn a be beoomlng bemmln
oomlng mmtn continually broader a ss time goes goefiai eOfOllIfD goesn
fiai n but this th I Is dun du to the nature and andconditions andOIIdltlonotourdtiH andeondltlonsofoureltk
conditions OIIdltlonotourdtiH of our citie It the th present time timeit timeIt timeel
it think and to the temperament of our ouripeople oureopls
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people rather thin directly to the plaT pUrthm plaTjfhematlea playsIbemselre
jfhematlea thm lrt The novel continue to make makefts i ilt Iw
lt fts w ppel however and to a different I IKodtence Iaodlmoe Iaodinoe
Kodtence generally although there I Ia a aiCTOMmg aIrrooelnl atrvselng
iCTOMmg at t time The novel U going on ontnow onow on70w
tnow 70w ow a 81 always Being lnc an Informal his Iliatorfan histoeian lil lilItorUn
ItorUn of f civilization I realize that It INcommonplace IN Ifmmonpieoe iscommonplace
commonplace obvious statement mtnl but butit butIt butnit
it I Is true trueOne truOnl trueOns
One reason it ho h has been felt that the thnnovel thllIIMfl thenvyvel
novel U declining I is because of the lack lackiofTry lackI j
I iofTry totrylargeeaJe t Qry large 1t8 I Itakethatseagood ItakethatseagoodI take that a a good gooda OOdhOPilrul
I a hopeful sign Audience are dividing dlT lne
tnem themMl Ive There Thlnono ire re more writers now nowtthan nowthan nowtthan
tthan in the th day dATil of David HarunV and nndnmaller andamalier
t nmaller individual audience though a alarger aJUCfr aauger
larger collective 0011 11 audience Good Engllah Engllahand Enclllhand Englishend
and French novel no are manlfentlyappm manlfentlyappmletated man manifestly I rIT appJflo appJfloldatllft apprectate4
letated II O Well Wells popularity i It largely
In thl thIs country countryMl rountryt mt mtt
Ml t present in my opinion there I IJneither i1eilhlr In
Jneither n either an Englishman nor an American Americanof
of especially great Importance writing writingTh writingThe ritin ritinJba
Th The nlder generation with Mr Howell Howellind IIlwlIIIt1d unwellend
IIt1d end Mr Ir Jam Is I passing < and there I Is in inthe In1J1 inlbe
the 1J1 new n nn one who by one on book may
be rlaMfd with Tolstoy or Flaubert FlaubertOne FlaubertOne
One reason n for this condition may be befound I IouM
found I think m the Ih denim of the th pub publlfehen pubJhfre puli1lhers
llfehen to t set oijt hook k n ne cheaply riaNlplyibe as asttAibe a aweaihe
ttAibe ibe rdn nl b bR his tended to develop developrhst developehst
hit I call the short NIII breath novel of sixty sixtytor htTor inyor
or Mventy nTf thousand word poNiblnll possibly
Hill toe novel no I iii Intrinsically a long longaffair lonlair longsffatr
affair air several eral technical rpooon might mightr w wt4pd
r t4pd < ed to show why h thi I ti 110 o The Th novel novelhlHi non novelsrhIdj I Ihlrh
hlHi hv n lived am not short stories storiesnen u IrI IrInn > ri riSent < <
Sent nn en around some central figure Vet Vetth Yetth t tn
th n melbod < l < > f the th short 11I10 story are the themethod themltb theznethn4s
method mltb of The Inner Shrine ihrh an annny annnyMoualy armnynoiisIy
Moualy written wril n miccww jucr a of r a year ago agotemperanient agoS co cotmIJIIInt
S temperanient made that tort < rt dominant dominantfor
for a time If I r a novel nov live II it i II not notIrnr nntIIllch noth
Irnr h such methods it mint give large Urgtrt larlo largepettflhis
o pettflhis trt lr1unoi U re of life lifeThn lirllnl lit litrtie I Ianf
Thn nl rtie Old Wives Tale and Joseph Josephnan JosephaI Jo ph
nan anf > > ar aroo i on larger tanvaes anva e So o It ItTVUIinTl it1mT1In isiul
TVUIinTl 1mT1In iul llen Whites A 1 Certain Rich RichMan RichIan RichMn
< Man and I think the UI vrv fact that this thiU thlAl thlAlkat thisIst
U kat t book which Is I by no mean e Ia Iao easy easyIn y yT
T In o lead a hieved the th mnre tll it did i 4 a aTen aTen aen
Ten en hopeful iilcn 1 0 for the tb future of the theAm theAmrican I ImAn
Am Amrican mAn ncan novel nnv and It Its relation to the theVoading Ih thervaiing I IrttlnllIII
Voading rttlnllIII imblThe imbl te2blITh I II
4Tb The American audience von nee wo wothe w wII washe
II I the flirt democratic audience iudientewhre iudientewhrewrI7 where wherevrry
vrry nit fIIlfI nr < > f all cusses 1 < and < condition conditionInol oonthtioustool I
tool to reading adlncl bonk and thin naturally naturallylansM ntmallyIIanltlfltt naturallynisd
lansM nisd matt maturs r < It I 4 decidedly en enkoursflng enursfing
koursflng that I an American author authornor authorworsfrg
nor worsfrg MII King uiifir Inti the th these eeadhlon Mr MrJfi MrJfow rr I II
Jfi Jfow wtl lis la I ti been I r re4I road ul OK much If not nottnnr notmono notbore
mono abrd Abrm than Mr II it I 4 also IN en enivNiratng ennirfng n nOIIlnlll
ivNiratng thM hi h has been II read here hra a aHitch as astwig
Hitch twig 11 a < h be i he hebav haI p4
1 bar ha anothr n flIItr th r feetiag l that en far iti itirr hirsLr
rr I literature tit h be rr tft at d t part > art of it if ifSre IrO iftg I
Sre tg e rep O lUnlhorn II hlM b ha ern en n ri dven dvenlS iven ivenTwiun n I
loT nn m flt dJotlnrllvI norrilsis norrilsis14Tk
14Tk rIr Twiun Tw n Hut tu < nnlrllmt < > d mr moat t vital vitaltyf vitaltmshre 111tmoo
tmoo l tip typ v ami 1 fe fUnrr linir eo > ha ha3r h h3Ir hasr
3r r IVjW ihMiefi hnmpend by 10 the theiv th thr ihJa
iv a of r klioin I ami m ha lta41 Mr iil il in In1I1Ii a aS I
S 4 fiHfif 1I1Ii < ano > t way 1 wpwwtly isfly 11 In hi his VaWen I In InV4 inkll in4ng
V4 kll ng Tb < > iuetisn < I ueMi tkl n i I is HIM tI novel noveltgding noveltOiug
tgding c IDar to It b hot large Iar enough 11 If to luke m 40taetiaI Ih Ihf
JlQtlal altrllMlt altrllMltH
f hav H t oao anotbr < hr fe fssim in s that th 1IfI1 t rmral rm rmeand j jesal
ral and rcmaaUe do not nt meannomwh meannomwhkUr mean lilt much mucha
a kUr = al hey are a ued in an effort to totaavB tnt totempeiaent
taavB temperameBt t nt et rattier han a work workft wlrkan workAl I
ft tfi A u Btatter ef 1 fat fa thing dl llp are areV areI I
V
10 o mired that thee can M be 1 no such strict strictclajulflcatioo etrictcUkaUoa strictclasIcatton
clajulflcatioo clajulflcatiooThe
The great period are usually the theptrioda theptriodt th thodm
ptrioda odm of reahaU ao toC41Ied alled with work workof
of strong m ma n of the type of hardy HardvBalxao lIaNBallao hardyBaum
Baum Zola and Thackeray but th thmen thei theimen v vmen
men ar are neither realist uorromaotlcUl uorromaotlcUlstrictly nor romantictstrlctlr rumanticistsstrictly
strictly spooking their work U I of that thattype thattypol thattype
type so bani to dellA which in our ourUnguagn our1A ourlanguan
Unguagn 1A wa call lt Idealistic and which I Ith it itlbe Ithe
th the general ton of f old Ireek tragedy tragedygiving traCNilne tragedygiving
giving the truth of type rather than the theeccentricity theJICOIOntrlcity theeccentricity
eccentricity of the individual Our work workhem workbre workhere
hem today u I not of hue type the thetreat tb tbpeat tlatgreat
treat sellers len II make no attempt to civ civillusion 111ft 111ft111118l1l1111 clvIllusions
illusion which ore the realities of life lifeIdealistic Hr HriISfthLStiO
Idealistic modifications to type typeThe ty ty11ItI typeme I
The novel noy111 It history bit > r1 and doesnt rOHnt show showany aho ahoany showany
any uniform method morn than It show showuniform showsuniform Iowa Iowaunlfonn
uniform tem tmlltlrment > eranient It embrace many manykind 1 01 01klnWl
kind kfn and much material and nd best of all allU allII allIs
U always I way capable of new birth There Is Isalway i ialwllot iialways
always alwllot an opportunity for tome one to todo ttdo todo
do what w lat wa doim by means of the th pica picaresqui piOlf1tue pieresque
resqui novel ill l the lb seventeenth century osnturyor I Ior
or by the pure Idealism of Hawthorn HawthornAny HawthorneM2y
Any strong troneYltilt virile creator may have hi hichance bldlD hIs hIscliance I
chance dlD at nuking over Mark Twain Twainwa Twainwas
wa he b not a novelist novelistMr i iMr
I
Mr 11 Herrick went nt on to uy a few word wordconcerning wordsooncerning
concerning hi his new book A Uf wordal fur a aLife aur aUI
Life with the II proof of which the Mac1 Mac1mlllan lac lacmillan 1acmillan
millan rom l Company omlnT ny i is at t present Nllt busy
It I is a > new venture be said entirely
different from Together or any of my myother myother
other work It Is not reulhtic Ihti On the theother Ibeotbr theother
other hand It is even highly blablr Improbable ImprobableNo
No I should not cell a1I1 it fantastic he hesaid I liesaid
said In reply to a question and then re referred refervid I
fervid the matter ma ttr of the book to itself itselfand Itelfand Itselfand 1
and the publishers publiahenI
I dont know whether it will bo a sue sueces succeel
ces CHtI or not he said 1 did not know know1that knowthat knowthat
that Together would be and no one was wasmore wallmor wasmoe
more surprised than myself m 1r At the cry it itrailed itralt itraised
railed But thi I ie not at all 11 like tik it I 1never II Inever
never wrote anything like It before and andprobably andprobAbl andprobably
probably never shall again I hone it itwill itwill itwill
I will be liked he h added a as an n after afterthought afterthought reflrtbou
thought tbou < ht I I I
NEw rr FIELD ran on u UfIflDlTT UfIflDlTTlee IIuVDCUTSVie OHDCI r5 r5Ite
lee ef f rtrtnrrs Pllt In Advertising le Id dt I IHeiltal to tohal ISIe1haI
Heiltal hal St > r the tllrt tllrtWood let trtWood letWood
Wood engraving ncr went entirely entirelyout
out of vogue but It suffered a mighty mightyserious mllhtyou mightyserious
serious ou lapse from popular favor Just Justnow JUltnow Justnow
now it I hi coming back to us u especially especiallyin
in the field of commercial illustrating illustratingLn
Ln some form of advertising It take tak the thelion tbolion thelions
lions lion share of the business businessOut bulineuOut businessOut
Out of thirteen Illustrations on three threeaget ttutrp threepages
pages p of a recent number of one of the thnstandard thllltandlrd thestandard
standard magazine eight were w woodcut woodcutsay woodcutsye
say T ye SAop Xolti olta Quarterly In other otherdirection olherdlJflctlon otherdirections
direction too then th I evidence of a dill distinct dilltinct dieflnct ¬
tinct revival of the process The Th only onlyreaon onlyJfIUOn onlyreason
reason more woodcuU are a not used to today todaT today ¬
day i Is that there 01 are re not enough eaou < b skilled skilledwood sic flIed flIedwood
wood engraven engravenThe engraveame nuavereThe
The great commercial Mmm dl < advantage of the thewoodcut theoodCUt thewoodcut
woodcut over the halftone and the sino xlnoetching IInoItchinll sinoetching
etching I is that it give I a depth tb of cut and anda andhuJn
a shailincas harine of line which the tb process procesmethods prooeumllthOtt processmethods
methods cannot attain Th The first large largecommercial Iarecommd1 largecommercial
commercial user of llluctratlona IUUI tiolll that thatrecngnlre tNftOO thatrecognise
recngnlre ftOO oile < this sine the Introduction of ofphotoengraving ofphotnfonrraYlnl ofphotoengraving
photoengraving were w the great mail mailorder mallOI1Ie1 mailcrier
order houses hou The million of catalogue catalogueIsoued atalOItUINII cataloguesIssued
Issued INII by them each year are a now n Illus Illustrated iIIulIlrat illustratesi ¬
trated lrat with woodcut only because becausethese auth becausethese
these th give the best reoulU where Urge Urgeruns Jar Jarrun largerun
run of presswork ore Involved and andwbere andwberelight where wherelight whereIIlht
light weight paper U used usedLine UMdUnt usedUn
Line etching do not give line sharp sharpenough sharpenough I
enough for the these long run runa and the us usof UN usof I Iof
of halftone would just about double doublethe doublethe
I
the coot because of the heavier and more morexpensivepaperwhlch moreII1pH1l11ve moreetpeniiivepprwhlcbwould
xpensivepaperwhlch II1pH1l11ve pap whleb would bereouired bereouiredWith be recuiredWith
With woodcut woo < on the other hand hang any anykind anykind anykind
kind of paper may be UNd from rom the tbeliAht tbeliAhtNt light lightest lightet ¬
est and cheapest to the thebestor beat or mot costly costlyTbemakereadydoe CO JyThe costlyThe
Tbemakereadydoe The make makereaddoes redy doea not tab take onetenth onetenththe
the time required for a halftone form and andany andany andany
any ordinary preeoman can get good podIIIlt re result tosuIts ¬
sult from a woodcut whereaa not on one in int Iaten inten
t ten n can produce even fair fairwork work In halftone halftoneprinting halftonprialinl balftoteprinting
printing printingAnother prialinlAnother printingAnother
Another point in favor of th the woodcut woodcutespecially woodcnisaUy oodeutplldaUy
especially over the tb halftone U i the clean ctautn cleanness
n ness a of printing quality aad the ctearaeM ctearaeMofdeUll cut1811or
ofdeUll or detail Cliotln Forthi For Ui lbl reason reasonthe the public school schoolauthorities eehoolulhorit schoolauthorities
authorities ulhorit In some of th the Btotea now pro prohibit pr0hibit prohibit ¬
hibit the use of halftone In test book bookXlectrotyplng boobJoJflctrotypinc booksElectrotyping
Electrotyping in the cue of a really fin finhalftone ftnhaUtene tInhalftone
halftone b out of the question To get getrood cotKOOd getgood
rood result ull from halftone work In the thebig theIq thebig
big advertising campaign a new engrav engraving tDIfVInl engraylog ¬
log must be made for or each magazine or orperiodical orptriodlralln orperiodical
periodical In which the illustration iIIl1atraton is i to t be beused bea beused
used and even 11 then tbe unless unl th the original originalcut orlKln
cut ct I is patched ptehe a into the form careless CI elec electrotyplng ole olectrotyping
trotyplng trtTPl1 may spoil pi the result reultIn It ItIn
In the case of a woodcut woodct however hwef any anynumber anynumbr anynumber
number numbr of electrotype fllrotrs may be b mad madfrom madrrom madefrom
from one original and thn thl electrotype electrotypeItself elty
Itself iJ may oilnl be b reduplicated the th e redupli reduplicate Ppll PpllCte reduplicats ¬
cats Cte also giving a perfect cl impression impressionThis Implon Implonlbl
a Knlle
This mean mN a great t PJ raving lylnc in many manycose mIY mIYltIt manyca4s
cose greater ltIt than th the whole hole coat rt of th thwood t the thewood
wood engraving engravingBut
o But the tbl vital Yltl point in il favor rlor favorof of wood woodengraving wo woodengraving
engraving IDcYluar I II that tht pnt with It the th beat bt result rnaultacan rMI resultcan
can c be obtained obtn on real paper Beautiful Beautifuland Butlfl Butlfland
paP
and really nll1 artistic r eflWtn trt are JfI produced producedwith
with halftone ballon especially in the th high hRh VruC dies etasbunines n nbln diesbusiness
business bln literature Ilratl1r MJI11n on which birh I so > much muchmoney muc muchmoney
money i Is lavished lahe nowaday nowac but bt these thenepretty tb thesepretty
pretty production will wi not bear br th the test testof tt ttnf testof
of time tm prucon In the ease r of catalogue catAloCN which whichoutlive whih whihoullvtthir whichoutlivethstr
outlive oullvtthir outlivethstr their unefulnen l fuIM in a year thi U not notdeplorable notdtplobl notdeplorable
deplorable but bt lover lO of literature Iwture and andart ondart andart
art will wi rejoice reJo that the revival rTival of wood woodengraving woodIIinl woodengraving
engraving IIinl promtsM promi permanence for an anreproduction sitreproductions n nflrucont
reproduction flrucont for o posterity which wlch JanllIoe should b b be preserved preservedfor pryl I
I IOTI 11 ILEoIrT ILEoIrTIterrifled V EGYPT EGYPTi IT ITI
i lUrrlflrd lerrUed at Right Alt f English 1 Ib Teurlili TeurliliLeaching TurlluDI TurIstLimehing
Leaching uDI and Mourning MourningI Ialln IallnI
I Pierre Plllre Loll regard pn the th omnipresent omnipresenttwrit omnipresenttisirtet I Itolrt
twrit tolrt In Egypt Ea a u a perpetual prtul insult insultI iit i
I in th the land of the th Pharaoh Pharob Accord Accordline AccordI cm cmi
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Catcioo 81700 May 1lr JConcerning nomlnl the art artand ar artinti
and ad the business buln a as well wel of 0 play ply wrtln wrtlnJp writingJoseph writing writingJoavph
Joseph Jp Medlll lel PAttenoo Pdt coauthor cuthor of ofTh otT ofTh
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even von If I contradictory thing to say For Forinvtanoe toriolnO ForInstance
Instance iolnO Mr 111 latleron lUeln drcUrm delar that he hewrote h hwole hewrote
wrote wole The T fourth iourb EaUta Elt largely Jrll be becaue b because
cause cu be b anted to make an experiment experimentnot erpriment erprimentIlot
Ilot not made Ide before bfore this lbl being bla a matter matterneither mattr mattrI matterneither
neither much muh of hu 1lin business ine nor of artthat art artthai r
I thai tbt be wanted wte to how ho not only ol1 the theeditorial tb tbetol theeditorial
editorial etol room r with wih the tb reporter rprtr bringing bringingin brlinl brlinlin
I in ° hi hie new De but also I what wht the tb city ly editor editorbehind eito editorbehind
behind bhind the Ih reporter noprtor had bd to do and what whatthe whatthe I Itbe
the man behind bbin the city ciy editor elwr had ad to todo todo todo
do and no f cm h he started 11 writing writin It be because b because ¬
cause cU he wanted wante to toBut toRut I IBut
But what in decid deciding decidjag I IIDe
wht wa your purpose pll i deide ¬
jag to t change ahu the ending you ask aakWhy ukWhy askWhy
Why did you ou decide ded not to let It the man managing J managing ¬
aging lin editor eitor kill ki himself bll but to have him himmarry himmar himmarry
marry mar the corrupt orup Judges u daughter daughterBecatuie dutr dutr8II daughterBectie
Becatuie 8II Mr lr Patterson Pttenn answers answersthe awere aweretbe answersthe
the audience aulenO didnt dld come cm until unti I did didThU didTh didThis
This Th i ie a mark mrk of where the business businesspan bln blnrt businesspart
pan rt begin helD to f creep Op in inIt InIt InIt
It It a mark mrk of yet more significance significancethe alllcnl
the recognition rcltln of the y audience ain as a factor factorin fact
in the writing writil of play Mr 11 Patterson Pattersonadd Pnenn Pnennad
add ad that If It were not for thl th element etflQt
Inry very few dramatist dramatta even n professed proffmedlover prof proflonre professedlovers
lover of art a for art arts rt uke Ik would go IO on onlong o o10a ontong
long 10a < with their thfr craft craftIts creflIt craftIts
Its It like playing plaie ball bll l is the season soasonI seasonable on onablll
able comparison ompr he make If I It were werenot werenot lre lrenot
I not for the fan how ho log 10C do you suppose uipposethe upJ108tbll
the game would oul last I I doubt doub If I the thegreatest theCteL thegreatest
greatest CteL artiste of the profession profo and andthey andtb1 andthey
they tb1 are artists would woud take much mic joy joyI joyIi
I Ii in their thir art r If I they tbe found od themselves themcelvrplaying thnlM thnlMplaylnl themselvespLaying
playing to empty grandstands Indtod and on dead deadsilence dtlldaielc deadsilence
silence silence8o
I aielc 8o S in writing wtlna play pia the consciousness oonsciouanfoof oou
lor I of the th audience audil has b to be thno there Of Ofcourse OtI Ofcourse
course I dont dot mean l that tt sentence Mtc by bysentence bylninc bysentence
sentence lninc the playwright playt i ie thinking of ofhow ofbow ofhow
how this hi ia going cioe to appeal arpl to t the au auI auI nudience
I I dience diooe and what haC it la going cll to t think about aboutthis abt abtt abouttbi
this t but hit he I Is pretty pt1 apt al to have hv tried triedfor tr triedfor
for tbeaudienc thauiMt tbeaudieneeapoint point pint of view before he heha heb hehas
ha b has started en and to keep it in i mind more moreI mor
I or lee subconsciously uboondou ubouIT ly oa a a he work workThu worksThus I
Thus ThWlr Mr Patterson Pawllrn lay Ia It to the audi audience aul aulec audionce ¬
once ec that he could llll not kilt ki his h hi hero in I The TheFourth lbFourth
Fourth Etate EtateBut Eststehlut
ouM tte ttenut
But you u object ohjl there have hae been beengreat bseagroat
great t play pi for which bie the audience udlec did ilidnot didoat didnot
not demand ded happy hppy ending endingYe tdtDp tdtDpy eodingeToe
Ye y but th thy y wr re > written writt by great greatmen IrMtmI greatmen
men mI say y Mr 11 Patterson PIUenn However HoweverIm 10 ter
Im to dissipate In writing writ In
11 preparing pl diiptl my mynext mynnt mynest
next play play for a as I dont believe hlev a iwcond iwcondaudience iseconulaudience nd ndudl
audience udl would ever evr coma ll to t see it I Idont Jdont Idont
dont believe bliee any manager can rn lie b found foundto
to try It even OTe on a first lret audience audienceThen audiencerhn uifc uifcwhy
Then why write wte it you a ask askTo k kTo ko
To o plea pl please myself m1lf I said I wo w dissi dissipating dl diasipaling ¬
paling pt he h answers aniwaraMr a answersMr
Mr r Patterson Paton In hi play Th e Fourth FourthEitaU Four FourthEstate
Estate Ft and A Utile UtL Brother Brothf of the thllle Rich Richaa
aa well aa in i hi hie shorter arter sketches ktchf Dope Dopeand Dpe Dpeand Dopeand
and ByProduct ByPu ha b been b described dneoriheda dMlb
a a rt realist but be himself himl I is doubtful doubtfulof
of whether whthar that U i what wh he h is I I If it has b ha to todo todo todo
do with wth portraying pylnllite life a as true tr to fact factTo factTo factTo
To make a wide w and true tr appeal appealh
h be says you yu cannot enno portray prtray an rr indi individual Idl Idlvdu1 mdiTIcIUaI ¬
vidual vdu1 No o one man could U have posed posedfor pl plfor posedor
for or Jvdgi Jrg Bortlmy Brlln he h la i many corrupt corruptJudge lrp lrpJup corruptJudgee
Judge Jup blended bde together tOlthr the th result rult so soexaggeration n nexaggeration nupto
exaggeration upto pnrhapn phap but true tru to the thetype te tety thetypacotnposlt
type ty typacotnposlt ft composite mpt each of whoae wb individual individualattribute indiviual indiviualatrbue Individualattributes
attribute atrbue make mI Iu individual Indivdul appeal appealto apal
to tho OIo those who have M sean n and known know that thatspecial thatJal thatspecial
special attribute attbut in the life lifeIf
Jal te If IfU
If 1 I want WnC to portray py a bartender hartter no noone n n non
one o on bartender harnr with hi him whit whi jacket jrkt and andcurly andcri andcurly
curly cri mustache muth will i sufllo ulN an a model modelI moel
I Ilokt look at many bartender hlrtlnd UAH w us l hil bite > ta of live liveor ny nyo fiveor
or o ix or more mr piece pi them together and andhang an andhang
hang hDe on the white jacket jcklt and curly crlT mus mustache muatc mutactte ¬
tache tc and nll the result I III Is unlver recog recognition t recognition ¬
nition ni tion
nitionDials tionllt Dials llt a 1 real rl bartender ay esys av the theaudience th thaunl theaudience
audience aunl Why Vb h Ive known know and andso nd
so on and aD so 1 s4 on onIts 01 01Ia onits
Its Ia the th same 11 way with drawing dlWI lute luteful hatful hateful
ful mother moth No o one oe mother motb ever et lived livrdn
1 n hateful haltl a as to t bring brinllflnerel general recognition recognitioneven tlito tliton
even n when ht painted Jintl to the life and its itstho it ittl ititt
tho tl itt name 011 way y with tb frntlnj representing the thesociety thesociety
society lty woman OIUI the hone bOr trader and andwhat an antiwhat I
what not nt I dont know whether you yourail youmi youuwIt
rail mi it r italisni > ttli I1 > m or not nt its i making rkll thing thingtru thln thlntrtl thingstrUe
trUe to life lir and 11 not tru t true to fact Kxag Kxaggernteil Enaggeritteul I Iltl
gernteil < ltl IVrhap Irl I
Speaking H kll of horsa h trader trWre would wou Id you youcall IOUcll youcall
I call cll David nv1 HarunT lIarm a 1 realistic portrayal portrayalI PraU PraUI
I dont dot know but I dont think one oneman 0 0I oneman
man mn like llll David Ilarum ILrm ever existed el or orever orer orever
I ever will wi exist Yet t we e all nay 1 this Is i the themost thert themost
most rt nature ntuntl inont Itt lifelike picture nf f a ahorse
I hone ho trailer tr imaginable ilinbl we Wf all al recognise recogniseIn revognjIn o11 <
i In him tin th genuine veritable ritble article articleWhy articleWhy 11
o Why Hecauiw WB WI WI know Inow that tt the tht hone honetrader lo lo1tdr horsetender
trader 1tdr in his hi tm huin business ineM is good natured natiirediroiut naturedmust
Io Itum
must I Im I and IXtvid is rood natured naturedThe natu4lbs
lbs TIl The trader trdflr must Iuat be b shrewd ild ntur hi his trade tradeH tde tdeI leadIs
H I a continual nnlnual game of f poker Ilir with wih the thehorve th thhHI thehors
hors hHI ai 1 the chip tlip jM and an David Di n I shrewd nlirnwdIli Illwd IllwdU
lie U may my cany rr a fund iindof of good gnodetirieeandl gnodetirieeandlsuiint torien tri and andiiuilnt andIudnt
iiuilnt Having Ifinf thus do do dose David All 1 the thechanctemticN themrecttC thecttaractetstlcs
chanctemticN mrecttC if f Ih this type typ have hv been col collected 01 01Ift1 colheeled ¬
heeled Ift1 and an lumped into David he i is th thjpotheoi tho lbfWth5O4iC I Iplthfi
jpotheoi of Ir hors ho trader tntd mi I tt speak IIkhe speakTherefore imk imkTherefor
Therefore he U tailed alJ lled trw tr to to life lir real realKxsggentiou lIaltUalretlfl realPasggrstiit
Kxsggentiou tUalretlfl has resulted u I 11 naturally naturaly I Iis
I is that tht realism realismIn Im I
In writing wrtmK lb The Fourth oul Estate Sir SirPatterson MrIattron 11
Patterson 1Unn wanted want to write a newspaper newspaiwrplay newspaperI
wrw
I I play from hon ruin tliw tb inside Inld out out In IIwlplr IIwlplrI the tb same sameway le I II Iway
way by T the th same me method h M treats Irt hi hirhaniften h his
I Irharawtcrs rhaniften lharlre working from the th Innide Ild out outFor outFor outFor
For instance intaQ In Dope I many spectators upecutorobjected Ito ItoohJptl spectatorsOhJfCtii
objected to the compulsory rmpulry sympathy sympathyaroiined sympathyanirnwd
ampthy ampthyll
aroiined ll in 1 llmm h with the th wretch Wtel who whowllv whoI whosells
sells I f uorsins < orin to children childrenI chid
I worked wored from the tl Inside lnd out says the theplaywright thePia7Tht
playwright 1114rcbl and when wbo you yo do that thatnot lhatnot thatnot t
not recording tnl a an observer r merely re result reolul iseultu ¬
sult very different 1lt from thorn th of the theiMltT thellt theistr
iMltT llt method m t hod are a obuined ohtaln for when whenyoi wh whenyo
yoi yo get down d into the tb mental working workingof work
of the tb venet nrM villain vi even fftlmlboc something hu human hUemo 1wman ¬
o
I man i 1 is found fou after ar all allMr all3ir
Mr 11 Patterson Pottnn name n a eatential Nnt ele elemenu el elI elemettle
I menu mfta of o a good play y a situation Itutoa and andatmosphere andItmolr andatmosphere
atmosphere Itmolr within l tl n the te common mmon experience experienceor
or knowledge Inowlec of o the th audience aue erPo suspense suspenserelief suspenserelief
up
relief rele by comedy cmr novelty n ty in manner manlf of ofportrayal 0 0prtr oj ojportrayal
portrayal general 1 Interest inl most mOt Im Important importent ¬
I prtr
portent and most mot indefinable Indthl of o all allan alland allandsome and andsome
some eme pnt other ot he b cannot rot think tlnk of on the themoment th themoment
I moment mmrt Allot All of three t element ftfllnehxlin ftfllnehxlinth eiementauinciuding eiementauinciudingthose including includingthose
those th be h cannot rnot at t the Ue moment bring bre to tomind toI
mind mnd he h think Ulnk are manifested mfM In Mr litWalters MrWalter1 Ir Irar
I Walters ar This r Easiest EN Way sy which wbb he heproclaim b heproclaIms
proclaim prlai a very great at ret play Indeed IndeedThe inde indeedThe
I The T theory th that the play i Is usurping usurpingthe
I the tb function tWlo of o the novel Dl in the th espresso repreaenUtion espressotation uuO
l1tloa Ution of o life lfe lit be b denies denielf d deniesIf pl
lf anything anytl nc it i working woln the t other otherway ot otherway
way be b say ye for the lh old olO Grata and andotben ad ad0tbnt andothers
clear to the time of
others 0tbnt tf tme Shakespeare Shakespeareus RhkMp
us used d the t drama dm for this rh purpose r long lie liefont t tfo beIon
font u fo th 1 the novel ollevr ever thought tut of exUtlng exUtlngHestsmts nine nineKtaDd1 eatatingKestindi
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Friin T lit 4 lflo IeoJat Krtting rel Statlart StatlartThe S4 Staa4aThe r rT
The T French Dth Hoclety Hlpr 144w lrty for the th Prevention Preventionof Pto Ptoor
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11 love nv for snlmals 1 nd all n dumb rreaUjres rreaUjressnd erseursit tqr tqrn
snd sit n that th 1 ha t M mneh 1 proud if f never e1 htvlfl htvlflB9sd hivhtsds 1
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From London ldO come rmf the t announcement announcementI annotlrt annotlrtf
I of f the t arrival rnl of a new 1 author au1h Cliarie CliarieWnlaux ChIN hartesWnlaux I II
Unw Wnlaux whose wh name Dm < in practically prarhaly un unknown Inl Inlknown inknown ¬
I known iu thin country llt M Wuiaiu liilC liilCI wa walitl waslittle
I little lil I known in Franc trc where wb1 he had hadtruggled hadstruggled 1 1trulJ
struggled trulJ for yean fur recognition ltlon wb wbe when whenhe n nbe
be b won the Prix Pr lie < I Home Rme do d Auteun Auteunwith Autur AuteurIwith
I Iwith with hi his 1ilomme Jlomme de d Peine Pin Now ow his hisj bl
j book are eagerly waited awaite and ad hi ht Lot LotI I liesForce
I Force lOr de d la I a VI Vie i and La I CIM Ct de d Mort Morthate Morthave or
had sole soleMia aleMiss
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Mia 1 Gertrude Gr Hall nl who wh It i is an announced anI announced ¬
I nounced noun U to I h be he American AmerO transistor tntaalatorof t
of Hollands ROtd Chantecler Catlr U th the author authorof utho uthoof
of The Unknown Unkown Quantity Qutt a recently recentlypubIUh rtl reoenthypublished
published publlh d novel describing debnc the iii career careerof C
of 0 a pathetic ptheto but appealing little ltt widow widoMiM wdo wdoli widowhiss
hiss li Hall lall U 1 al all also o a writer writr pn of stories torN for the themagazine tb tbmacu themagazInes
magazine magazineMr macu
Mr 11 William Wiiam Archer Arr the English Ecieb critic cntiowho ertle ertlewho criticwho
who made man an extended eted tour tou through thuh the theBouthern th theMouthetit
Bouthern Suth Blat in order to gather cthr fact factand t tnd factsand
ort
and nd opinion onon from fIO both btb aides lid for hU hUhook h hi hihook I Ihok
hook hok on the negro question qUMtlo called calledThrough calledThrough al alThroulb
dedicate this thlabook thisbook
Through AfroAmerica AfrAmtr dlt th
book to H I 0 1 Well We with whom whomr say sayMr saysMr
Mr r Archer Arhor 1 e se o rarely rall7 disagree d that thatwhen thatwh thatwheit
when wh I do I must mUt need na write a book bookabout bookabut bookabout
about abut It I Mr 11 Archer ArMr find td that 10 o far farfrom farfr farfrom
from fr the tb education lultlon of the negro Df having havingimproved haylOIimpr1d havingimproved
improved impr1d the state of affair aar matter matterare mattre mattrere mattersare
are re illatinctly dlatn I worn w OJ than they thT were w ten tenyear t tenyear
year 1ere ago al and that the th Influence InftllC now at atwork atwork atwork
work ail al tend to t aggravate al rather rthr than thanameliorate t thanameliorate
ameliorate alole condition cndltion The T English Elo writer writeree wte writerseee
seee ee little Itl hope hJ for any improvement Impvmtt until untilthe uti untilthe
the th Union a s a whole rouge ro Itself ltl to tograpple t tograpple
grapple with It its most mot menacing mflnnl danger dc
Hex IIIs Beach ab in il on onaholiday holiday holday in Panama Panamaaccompanied Pa Palnpnltd Panamsaccompanied
accompanied lnpnltd by hi hi his wife wle He ha h finished finishedthe nnW
the thf correcting ooJinc of If hi hl his new niw lxy Ilk book > k which whichwill whle whichwill
will wi be b Issued Ll soon 80 It in u to have a anum anumIJr num number numher ¬
her IJr of illustratIons 11lraloo by b Mark a Fendenon FendenonAnnie FflndJo FflndJoAnnie FendersonAnnie
Annie Lamp mp Kont Kont the thf author of the therecently thetly therecently
recently tly published pubtabrd History lttor of French FrenchLiterature FrenchLiterature nh nhLter
Literature Lter b a Ht lt Loul woman wom who whonow wboW whonow
now W live Ih In New f York Her book hk lit I the theresult thl thltult theresult
result tult of ten yean 1 study tudyad and work part partof par partof
of the t time tme In Paris Parl Mr 1r Knots Kont hut hutband hubd busband
band bd in h I one of If the adapter ap of Molnara MolnaraDovil MolrtarsDevil Ioilar IoilarDTi
Devil DTi in which George OrC Arllwt Al played plavedJulia p playedMIMI
MIMI 1 Julia Jul Stockton Stkton Dlnamore Dimore who ha harecently h4 h4fotly hasrecently
recently fotly added adde her name De to the I lot IIt of ofthoe If IfI ofthose
those who In advanced van yean yA have made madetheir madetheir
t me methei
I their thei first contribution CtribuUon to literature literaturenow trtun
I ii now In I her mventyeighth nntlcth year e 8h 8ha R the theI
1 < a true daughter dchtr of the South Suth and sine ulnceher IlnO sineher
her father death dat In 1173 112 1i7 he ho h per peronalty pr prInIIT persuonilly
onalty InIIT without superintendent 8lprtendent or other otheraMUtance othrt otherassistance
assistance t cultivated eultYte a considerable tDldllrle body bodyof b
of land at a the t came 1 time tme breeding blna and andraising andraising nd ndrlne
raising rlne all al kind ld of live lnt tock ak She le hilt ha haalway h baaalways I IalwaT
always been b an expert erpr horsewoman horsewomanHer bonwoJ
Her 11 evening en he de devote to reading readingpro radlnp readingpros
pro p pros e in I French FDh and to t poetry pry In English EnglishMis Ell English111cc
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name nmN the four notable nobl qualities qult of the thedead thedead I Ided
dead ded statesman at1 a as unfailing ufat good c judg judgment Ju1 judgmoot ¬
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three thl great It achievement lemt ho h consider considerthe ellre ellrethe considersthe
the following follow He le ht took tk t the liquor lquor ques question queUon ¬
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In New York Slate In that
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Republican phllc party py the t9 menace I of their theiractivity thlracYty theiractivity
activity acYty and e so > connected oe the th sale Ie of ofliquor ofIlunr ofliquor
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question in this Hut tCl He U creatM 41 the theGreater th thOrtlr theirrater
Greater Ortlr New w York He ni prevented prnt the thenomination th thnomitin thenomination
nomination nomitin of 0 McKInley Irlin tin n a I platform platformthat platonn I Ithat
that would woul have conceded rnl1 something Mlllln to tothe totht tolii
the tht lii advocate a of fret tn silver silverMr ilvrrMr 11
Mr 11 Maurice Baring Dre in hn hi new JW work workon
on Landmark Lndmarb in IttiuUn luuLn literature Utenttirepronounce literaturepronounces tretuJ
It its dominant chanrteristic chanrteristicto
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who also al furnishes fumih an Introduction itrucion giving givingbrief givinga il <
a brief bref sketch keb of Mllla 11 life If and Ind character characterIn cMraoer I
In addition aiti to thin thl Mary lry Taylor the thf niece nieceof ni niot nieceof
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Mary Mean the creator of r Kiiiina KiiiinaLou tlla hucuriilou
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I MO IS with wih Mr 11 Francis Franc F Brown Bow aa editor editorand Iltor Iltorand editorand
and chief clf contributor cntributor ha h has been ba celtbrat celtbratIng celehrsting < 1bt t tInl
Ing it Iw thirtieth thirit anniversary anlvl The T old oldthai ol oldmit I
thai of the Tranacendentallda Trdetllataf of Mar Margaret Margaret IrprL ¬
garet prL Fuller Ftllr Emerson Eer Channing C nie Parker Parkerand Parkr Parkeransi
and Thoreau wa Wu established MUh at Boston BostonIn Bo BoIn I
In 110 110 and ad ran r four fotr year 1ra A complete completeaet mple
set 1 of IU it sixteen btl number num ra M l considered lMi lMiru a anr arare
nr treasure treaauroTent trulr trulrTnt treasureTent
Tent Life Le in Siberia Sibia Brat published publishedin publt
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judging juPI by b IU aale we sues ha b has never neer ceased ceaaedto OIue
to find rd reader rer Taking advantage adyante of ofthe ofOe oftIt
the Oe tIt need nt for casting utie new n plate plat Mr MrKennan YrKennan MrIfenflan
Kennan ha b added adde much mu material meal h he wa wacompelled Wutmpll vucompelled
compelled tmpll to omit when the book bok wa watint wunrat wasfirst
tint published publishedA publle publleon
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Alfred Alr Fahey F entitled nttl1 A Poet Pnt In Pur Purgatory Purery Furptory ¬
gatory wa was prodiicod trlo for the t flr Rr first t time timerecently Ilt lienrecently
recently fotl in i England Elld Tho play piaywhtehi whieh hie in include Il Ineludes ¬
eludes elu the character eracle of OH OlvrOlith OlvrOlithI Ohiverfloldamith OhiverfloldamithDr ver Gotdamlth GotdamlthDr
I Dr D Johnson John and d th th the Jeaoamy Jm Bride i il iII Is Islsasd
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manuscript mulpt of The Vicar Icrf of WakenVM WakenVMwhich Wai Wakefieldwhich
which wicb It will wi be remembered rmmb wo cold ooWby II coldby
by b the big man mn for the fttarvfng poet poetIn pt ptin
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Duke to circumvent an Oriental Orenta plot form for the te basis ba of this t new story stor of ofinternational ofiteatona ofinternational
international iteatona ccumvent intrigue itge and mystery myter by the te author autor of Jeanne of the theMarshes theM theai
Marshes M iviarsnes ai ar hi I et iVl The T I flC e Missioner M iS iSiviarsnes iviissioner loner etc etcIllustrated etcJlustrated etcIllustrated
Illustrated Jlustrated by Will Wil Foster Cloth 150 150Little 150Little 150LittleBrown
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and Company Copy Hlr1 Here also or a are certain cerUbiletall cr certaindetails
details dei in I the election leiO and ad rejection rJel of olGovernor ofOovmore offlovernore
Governor Oovmore In I New York State Stt which wblore wblorewhol1 arc arcwholly arewholly
wholly whol1 surprising ar Th T The rich sad ad sinful sinfulcitizen Ilufu sinfulcitizen
citizen citiz who wbM whose history htor1 U 1 here narrated narratedwill nt
will wll we w believe bleye excite eeUe the honest bot envy envyof en enof envyof
of Kroporiaa tporl first novelist novelistTo nonlt
To reproduce relrodUwth with phonographic phoolphc fidelity fidelitythe lelt
the goiiip pp of half hr a dozen do empty and andaoandol andd andscandal
scandal d loving lovn American Amo marooned mr In i a alittle altt alittle
little ltt German Gm village YIJ is 1 I a I service Mn of doubt daubtful dluht
I ful fl value ue The re task ha h however seldom seldombeen seldombeen Ido
been done de more exhaustively moreewlt111 than t by Ann AnnWarner AIIMWer AnneWarner
Warner In Just 1t Between Bt Them ThemUUI Themselves ThemselvesLittle elve elveLittle
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Tw Tire American AIf1f Travellers TravellersTwo Tanlrn Tanlrnhn TravellerTwo
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culture clu not 1 so o far fa apart pr aa a might milbtat eesm eesmat em emat
at first ft glance ell are shown aw in a couple rup of ofbook 0 0bb ofbook
book bb of travel that tt come J ton toW to us together togetherThe tOlter i 1
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viit visit famous famou place plaC that tht have bTe been b read readof rd readof I Iof
of in hook hb appear In I Grace Orac Maxine MaxinStein Mlin MlinStn MaxineMteln
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Through Throu the Eyes of a Young ou < American AmericanThe Alr
tT The John Joh C C Winston Wnto Company Copy PhelPs Philadelphia PI PhelPsdelphia ¬
delphia dlpil The author start t on o a tour touraround tur touraround
around Arold the world wor oh ee she equip et herself benlfwith b1 herselfwIth I
with a camera cor oh abs buy bu a tourist toU ticket tlHcethe ticketshe tetl
I she he store to her mind before she start lt or oraa orI orshe
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matters mttre little Ittl8 that tt the th starting trtnJ point piM and aadend andend d de
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never neflt occur to her that her rout rout from fromwest tr fromwest
west to east Pt coven l re only well wfll trodden troddenground tce troddenground
ground Ild that tbt her Impression imp lo may be beimmature beimmture he heimmature
immature immture and the information Infontio aha hn hnpnrts 1 irepart
part Pa may IT be b easily tt accessible hle In more morecorrect IO morecorrect
correct Mm form fon ah ae she 1 Ia full fl of enthusiasm enthusiasmh mthu
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who crosse C th t tbe Atlantic AlUe even publish publl hi hiprivate hie hieprnt hiprivate
private prnt Impression nowadays nowadayOn now nowI
I On In the tb other hand bd Prof P Harry Thorn Thornton Tw Thurston ¬
ton Peck who write wt The New S Rude Baedeler Be BeI Rudeker
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not only seen n it all to repletion 1leon hut bo boalso b barnalso
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travel trnl or note of place pl seen that thC h hprovide he hiprovides I
provide prldtll so much a II hi his own ow fmpre fmpreaion imP Imprussions
aion ion of the th moment Hi i lint l t chapter chapteron rhp
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I description drptln of Havre U han which i is weighted weighteddown wlrtr weighteddown
down liy ly the th professors Itrorr recollection recollectionof JIHto
of f MaupaoAant and Henry Jams The TheimpreMion Themntprcsslon 1
impreMion Ifpon left of Rome 10mt I of rather ratherignoble rall ratherignoble
ignoble Ilo adventure aYltu that befell bf1 Mm Mmfrom himfrom
from frm which w hh we trust tNt Prof Pf Peck doc docnot dO doesnot
not nt intend inlnd to genenlize Irallz about but Roman Romanwomen Rlan Romanwomen I Iwomn
women There Th are a other ol r aspects of the theKternal thef1f1 theEternal
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scandal ndl of a few yean YNJjO ago apply ppl to t all allPrunalon ali aliI I IPrussian
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the h apocryphal allh1 story of o hi h his friend fro1 who whothreatened whothtrll whothreatened
threatened thtrll to smash a lieutenant Illultltl face facewith fa facewith
with wlb a cobblestone while whie the professor profewiortool prtrr prtrrtll professorustoosi
tool tll by may not nt nil ni all I American AmflrC with withadmiration withainuiration Ith IthalmlrUon
admiration for their Ihfr prowess P or gentle gentlemanly gentlemanly atl atlmaul ¬
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nf travel trT1 that lbt Prof Peck k expatiate IIspatl on onthn Oi ciithe
the Ih other olh aspects t seem ltm to be concosjed concosjeda tUJI
a 1 as much mich from him hm a from the hasty hastypersonally bt btPnIY hastypersonally
personally PnIY conducted tductr tourist lourlt H He turn turnhi tu turnhi
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sion lon that New w Yorker have hav for Boston Boston1and Bn Bostonand I Iald
and ald profecce prof an n acquaintance ut with withthat wt withthat
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tIres tiy There The i is deal of
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the th Chicago lrc girl Kll on 01 her bt tourist tout trip around aroundth lrolld lrolldth aroundthe
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the te American Amec Irish lr Historic Iltriol Society Societypublished 8o1 Societypublished
published pbUe by b the society ae1 with wth the t Im Imprint 1mpt imprint ¬
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contain Ctanl many historical btoriol article of per permaneat pr prment permanent
I maneat ment value Tlt and a general Irl Interest Int1 I I
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I ticipation tlcpaton of the Irish Ir in the Hudson HudsonFtilton lu HudsonFultoit
Ftilton celebration with original originalpoem originalpoem
rt clebration wth an l orllw orllwI
poem Jm biographical bloplcl notice nOIM of eminent eminentperson fIDlt fIDltJt eminentperson
I person Jt Irish Ir or of o Irish lrid descent dMt such uc a athe ae aeI athe
I the th Carroll Orll of Maryland Ml Stonewall StonewallJackann Stlwl Stonewalllatkwn
Jackann JarkM Daniel Diel Morgan Ior Gen Shield Shieldland Rbl1 Shieldsand
and many Irish Irla settlers re In various nrlo part partI pm pmI partof
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An absorbing absotbin < romance of the
Middle XVI Century in which the
I life stories of the Lady Jane Grey Greyand Greyand
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eowd of much Intellectual ability Fear Fearinn FlI1rina Peertog
inn that intellectual InteucualachienmtDt achievements wouM wouMbe aoulbe woulbbe
be attained at the expense of her nattiest nattiestbeauty natllr1uty naturalbeauty
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a place of study for the gentle area tie lover u uliterature vr vrUterature ofliterature
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peiuatlon of charity charit from 7 7to to 8 oclock oclockthe oclOckthe oclockthe
the second for th the working of tapestry tapedrytho
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for the study of Astronomy and the heir heiren heirOQ8
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of work occupied an hour a day da1aDd aad Both Bothing 1ICJChIna cth cthIng
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OlnDEN LITERATURE LITERATUREMovement LlT LITERATUREMevetorat lUrVBE lUrVBE11tDrat
Movement to Teach Tn h Children to t Cultivate CnlttvatYard C11ll1Yat1ardI CultivateYards
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gardena to be cultivated by children la lavacant IIIyacant invacant
I vacant low of cities and In connection connectionwith oocneetioawith oocnectioowith
with school and public charitable in institutions 10atitutlonalo inI ¬
I stitutions i is a movement that U I spreading spreodinsthroughout Ipread1ICI spreadingthroughout
throughout America and in England as aswell AIIn aswell
I well Mn Humphry Ward U a leader leaderof
of this movement in England Mr MrJoha MrJohaG John JohnO
O Parsons book Children Garden for forPtecsure forPhuur forPleasure
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the official manifesto of the children ehlldnnltu ehlldnnltuden gar garden gayden ¬
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special I preparation for the work In which whichho wbkohbe whichhe
ho ia 1 now Interested During Duri C IBMOS lDOt h hwaa be beauperln bewarn
warn superintendent auperln Ddellt of the children childrenichool childrenacbool childrenschool
school farm in Do I Witt Clinton Park ParkThe ParkThe PerkThe
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children school farm at the James Jamestown J Jtown Jamestown ¬
town exposition In 1807 which received receivedmedal 1IlIIJmfldalli eceiuimedals
medal the th league exhibit at t the Inter International Inllfnational international
national tuberculosis congress at Wash Washington Wuhinglon b bInl10n ¬
ington in tot I and the Uellevue Hospital Hospitalgarden HOIIIIttnin Hospitalgarden
garden for tuberculosis children in l Iboth IPS IPSboth
both c which received medal and award awardTHE awardsTilE ard ardTilE
TilE SUICIDE Of A STRKKT STRKKTFourth STRErTFoarUl STREITFourth
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Dowery no End In a Tunnel TunnelTb TunnelThe
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with much poetry and pathos in inHenry inlIenry InHenrys
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silent terrible mountain mountAmbuildlll mountAmbuildllllllluare buiMmc buiMmcoquare
oquare u post high M the olxci olxcihutting w wI idisshutting
I hutting out the sky where thousand at atlavra ofslaves
11 slaves bend o or er desks all day
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I street glide < 1idM into a medlwval solItude aoIitudOn solItudeOn olitu < ie ieOn
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antique What bat street oould live lit n Inrloeed nclosed flclosed
closed by these inortuitrr relics anI anItrod nt nttrod n1trod
trod by these spectral citiren clU in wti wtisunken whisunken h hunken
sunken heart scarce rea one 011 good wH wHortraUUrenvittWHif w wor
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drumbeat of Union Square quare
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rentletnen tl tie but the wilcMenf IIlIeId of a astree astreeWith street streetWith t t1th
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went U made tonight that th the Rev BevDaniel BeYDanIel Revflnkl
Daniel Dorcheater Dorclte ttor will leave 1M the C Mlr MlrIf hr hrM r rM
M R Church of Pitteburg to take dw eh i f fof cat Iof
of Ht Mark M E Chun Brook Brookand Brookand lrookand
and Dr John H Wilier iU pastor of ofProoklvn nrrookl1R ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn church elu h will take the p pof pi piof pof
of Dr Dorchester here A cement cemmif cemmtet cementof
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