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Irish Harps, Scottish Fiddles, English Pens: Romantic Satire And British Nationalism, Shannon Raelene Heath Dec 2017

Irish Harps, Scottish Fiddles, English Pens: Romantic Satire And British Nationalism, Shannon Raelene Heath

Doctoral Dissertations

"Irish Harps, Scottish Fiddles, English Pens: Romantic Satire and British Nationalism" discusses the intersection between satire and nationalism in late eighteenth- and early nineteenthcentury British Romantic poetry. Using case studies of three prominent satirists, Robert Burns, Thomas Moore, and George Gordon, Lord Byron to represent marginalized nationalities within the British state, I examine the ways in which each poet expresses a sense of dis-ease or uncomfortableness with their own national identity, an anxiety caused either by the ways in which their nationality was perceived within the British public, or by their own ability or inability to express that nationality. Thus ...


Emily Dickinson's Funeral And The Paradox Of Literary Fame, Paul Crumbley Nov 2017

Emily Dickinson's Funeral And The Paradox Of Literary Fame, Paul Crumbley

English Faculty Publications

In the months preceding her death on May 15, 1886, Emily Dickinson requested that Emily Brontë's poem "No coward soul is mine" be read at her funeral, thereby enlisting Brontë's defiant declaration of immortality in what can be interpreted as Dickinson's own equally defiant final statement on the relation of fame to enduring art. Dickinson expressed the logic behind this request four years earlier in an 1882 letter to Roberts Brothers editor Thomas Niles in which she refused his request for a "volume of poems" (L749b) and instead sent him "How happy is the little Stone" (Fr1570E ...


J.R.R. Tolkien And The 1954 Nomination Of E.M. Forster For The Nobel Prize In Literature, Dennis Wilson Wise Oct 2017

J.R.R. Tolkien And The 1954 Nomination Of E.M. Forster For The Nobel Prize In Literature, Dennis Wilson Wise

Mythlore: A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature

Wise speculates on the involvement of J.R.R. Tolkien in the group nomination of E.M Forster for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954; he discusses not only the politics behind the nomination but reads Forster’s Howards End and A Passage to India in the light of the tension between Tolkien’s interests in nationalism and inter-racial cooperation.


Tolkien Studies: An Annual Review V. Xiii. Eds. Michael D.C. Drout, Verlyn Flieger, And David Bratman; North Wind: A Journal Of George Macdonald Studies V. 35. Ed. John Pennington; And Vii (Seven): Journal Of The Marion E. Wade Center V.33. Ed. Marjorie Lamp Mead, Janet Brennan Croft Oct 2017

Tolkien Studies: An Annual Review V. Xiii. Eds. Michael D.C. Drout, Verlyn Flieger, And David Bratman; North Wind: A Journal Of George Macdonald Studies V. 35. Ed. John Pennington; And Vii (Seven): Journal Of The Marion E. Wade Center V.33. Ed. Marjorie Lamp Mead, Janet Brennan Croft

Mythlore: A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature

No abstract provided.


As Cupid's Arrows Fall: Sexual Growth, Abuse, And Coping In Phillips' From The Devotions And Carson's Autobiography Of Red, Derek Mong Sep 2017

As Cupid's Arrows Fall: Sexual Growth, Abuse, And Coping In Phillips' From The Devotions And Carson's Autobiography Of Red, Derek Mong

Articulāte

No abstract provided.


Joyce's "O": A Different "Brand" Of Heroism And The "Fulfillment" Of An Odyssey, Patrick J. Murphy Sep 2017

Joyce's "O": A Different "Brand" Of Heroism And The "Fulfillment" Of An Odyssey, Patrick J. Murphy

Articulāte

No abstract provided.


The Rise And Fall Of The New Edinburgh Theatre Royal, 1767-1859: Archival Documents And Performance History, Judith Bailey Slagle Aug 2017

The Rise And Fall Of The New Edinburgh Theatre Royal, 1767-1859: Archival Documents And Performance History, Judith Bailey Slagle

Judith Bailey Slagle

Excerpt: In 1859, the Edinburgh house of Wood and Company published a Sketch of the History of the Edinburgh Th eatre-Royal in honor of its fi nal performance and closing, its author lamenting that “Th is House, which has been a scene of amusement to the citizens of Edinburgh for as long as most of them have lived, has at length come to the termination of its own existence” (3).


Walt Whitman: A Current Bibliography, Summer 2017, Ed Folsom Aug 2017

Walt Whitman: A Current Bibliography, Summer 2017, Ed Folsom

Walt Whitman Quarterly Review

No abstract provided.


Female Insanity: The Portrayal Of A Murderess In Alias Grace, Maria Medlyn Jul 2017

Female Insanity: The Portrayal Of A Murderess In Alias Grace, Maria Medlyn

Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal

In this paper, I analyze Margaret Atwood’s biographical novel Alias Grace which is based on the life of Grace Marks, a servant who was convicted of murdering her employer and his housekeeper. I use feminist and psychological perspectives to recount Atwood’s interpretation of the 1800s social hierarchy and the use of labels in controlling individuals. First, I explain the severe oppression of women in the 19th century. For example, women in this era were financially controlled by men, held to high moral standards, expected to be chaste yet submissive, and restricted to domestic roles. Next, I describe ...


Unifying The Oppressed Through Biofiction, Cain Boney Jul 2017

Unifying The Oppressed Through Biofiction, Cain Boney

Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal

Why does Zora Neale Hurston combine the histories of African Americans and Hebrews in Moses, Man of the Mountain? For what reason does Colum McCann include Frederick Douglass and a Kenyan scholar in his Irish-focused novel TransAtlantic? Furthermore, why does Mario Vargas Llosa create a protagonist that repeatedly compares the oppressed conditions of the geographically disparate Irish, Congolese, and Peruvian peoples in Dream of the Celt ? All three of these biofiction authors close the gaps between cultures and continents in order to synthesize the experience of the oppressed on a global level. Moving beyond the genre capabilities of historical novel ...


You've Gotta Read This: Summer Reading At Musselman Library (2017), Musselman Library Jul 2017

You've Gotta Read This: Summer Reading At Musselman Library (2017), Musselman Library

You’ve Gotta Read This: Summer Reading at Musselman Library

Each year, Musselman Library asks Gettysburg College faculty, staff, and administrators to help create a suggested summer reading list. Our goal is to inspire students and the rest of our community to take time in the summer to sit back, relax, and read.

With the 2017 collection, we again bring together recommendations from across our campus—the books, movies, TV shows, and podcasts that have meant something special to us over the past year. 118 faculty, administrators and staff offer up 218 recommendations.

We include five special features this year. Two of our regular columnists return once again: James Udden ...


Living Within The Margins: The Constitutional Culture Of Irish Life Law And Literature, Meghan Keator Jun 2017

Living Within The Margins: The Constitutional Culture Of Irish Life Law And Literature, Meghan Keator

Honors Theses

Serving as a stepping stone to asserting independence from British authority and oppression, the Bunreacht Na hÉireann, Ireland’s modern constitution, allowed the nation and its people finally to shape themselves by their own legal standards, customs, and norms. Yet, after years of oppression from forced British standards, Ireland began the search for its own distinct voice as a newly liberated, competitive country. This thesis explores how the Irish Constitution contributes to shaping a homogenous society that promotes normative views and behaviors that damagingly marginalize minority groups–who differ from such social standards. By examining the specific language, diction, order ...


An Annotated Critical Edition Of Wild Mike And His Victim By Florence Montgomery, Kristen Evans May 2017

An Annotated Critical Edition Of Wild Mike And His Victim By Florence Montgomery, Kristen Evans

All Student Publications

This paper is a critical edition of Wild Mike and His Victim by Florence Montgomery, a novel first published in 1875. This critical edition includes a critical introduction, footnotes, and appendices, as well as the original text.


Dogs, Cats, And A Lambkin: Speechlessness And The Animal In Ulysses, Pierce R. Watson May 2017

Dogs, Cats, And A Lambkin: Speechlessness And The Animal In Ulysses, Pierce R. Watson

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

This essay explores the status of the animal and the consequences of animal speechlessness in Ulysses, mainly focusing on encounters with dogs and cats. Through these animal encounters, Joyce provides a foundation for understanding the complications faced by the Bloom family in grieving their deceased infant son.


Imag(In)Ing The Holy Places: A Comparison Between The Diagrams In Adomnán’S And Bede’S De Locis Sanctis, Patrick P. O'Neill May 2017

Imag(In)Ing The Holy Places: A Comparison Between The Diagrams In Adomnán’S And Bede’S De Locis Sanctis, Patrick P. O'Neill

Journal of Literary Onomastics

No abstract.


Ironic Deference : An Inquiry Into The Nineteenth-Century Feminist Rhetoric Of Kesiah Shelton., Melissa Rothman May 2017

Ironic Deference : An Inquiry Into The Nineteenth-Century Feminist Rhetoric Of Kesiah Shelton., Melissa Rothman

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This project examines the works of Kesiah Shelton, a writer for popular magazines in the late nineteenth century who used irony in interesting ways to critique the social norms of the period. Although, scholars have noted that female authorship was a an expanding field during this period, there were very specific gendered expectations limiting what female authors wrote about; women were primarily limited to writing about domestic matters and were discouraged from taking up other topics associated with the male public sphere such as politics. Many scholars have noted how the cult of domesticity valorized women as superior moral beings ...


Sorley Maclean's Other Clearance Poems, Petra Johana Poncarová May 2017

Sorley Maclean's Other Clearance Poems, Petra Johana Poncarová

Studies in Scottish Literature

Discusses the treatment of the Highland Clearances, specifically the clearances from his home-island of Raasay, in the work of the Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean (Somhairle MacGill-Eain, 1911-1996), not only in his best-known Clearance poem "Hallaig," but in his prose writings, his major early sequence An Cuilithionn (1939, but not fully published till 2011), and several important shorter poems, “Am Putan Airgid” (“The Silver Button”), “‘Tha na beanntan gun bhruidhinn,’” and (more fully) “Sgreapadal.”


International Yeats Studies, Issue 2 Apr 2017

International Yeats Studies, Issue 2

International Yeats Studies

International Yeats Studies was conceived by the organizing board of the International Yeats Society as a means of bringing together national and other Yeats societies around the world. This journal is designed to complement the Yeats Annual, published under the general editorship of Warwick Gould. International Yeats Studies will be published twice a year and aims to include a variety of approaches to the study of Yeats. The editorial board draws together scholars from across the globe, and we hope that when it is possible, the journal will publish important essays translated into English from other languages. In addition to ...


Female Insanity: The Portrayal Of A Murderess In Alias Grace, Maria Medlyn Apr 2017

Female Insanity: The Portrayal Of A Murderess In Alias Grace, Maria Medlyn

Honors Capstone Projects

In this paper, I analyze Margaret Atwood’s biographical novel Alias Grace which is based on the life of Grace Marks, a servant who was convicted of murdering her employer and his housekeeper. I use feminist and psychological perspectives to recount Atwood’s interpretation of the 1800s social hierarchy and the use of labels in controlling individuals. First, I explain the severe oppression of women in the 19th century. For example, women in this era were financially controlled by men, held to high moral standards, expected to be chaste yet submissive, and restricted to domestic roles. Next, I describe ...


The Best Children's Books Of The Year [2017 Edition], Bank Street College Of Education. Children's Book Committee Apr 2017

The Best Children's Books Of The Year [2017 Edition], Bank Street College Of Education. Children's Book Committee

The Center for Children's Literature

Includes more than 600 titles chosen by the Children’s Book Committee as the best of the best published in 2016. In choosing books for the annual list, committee members consider literary quality and excellence of presentation as well as the potential emotional impact of the books on young readers. Other criteria include credibility of characterization and plot, authenticity of time and place, age suitability, positive treatment of ethnic and religious differences, and the absence of stereotypes.


Portfolio Vol. Ii N 2, Chester Varney, Don Barlow, Bill C. West, Robert Gordon, Kenneth Maxwell, Harry J. Sweitzer, James Black, Ed Deeds, Paul Saunders, Bob Smith, David Mitchell, James Hahn Mar 2017

Portfolio Vol. Ii N 2, Chester Varney, Don Barlow, Bill C. West, Robert Gordon, Kenneth Maxwell, Harry J. Sweitzer, James Black, Ed Deeds, Paul Saunders, Bob Smith, David Mitchell, James Hahn

Portfolio

Browne, Phil. "Beaver ad Sawyer at Night". Picture. 2.

Varney, Chester. "To Dream Beyond". Prose. 3.

West, Bill C. "Admonition" Poem. 6.

West, Bill C. "Insomnia" Poem. 6.

Barlow, Don. "Heart Determines". Prose. 7.

Gordon, Robert. "From an Unknown Innocent to..." Poem, 11.

Black, James. "Playing Around". Prose. 13.

Parsons, Edith. "The Turtle Baby". Picture. 14.

Deeds, Ed. "Raymond Scott - - Classic Swing". Prose. 15.

Schrechkengost, Viktor. "Black Sheep-The Creature God Forgot". Picture. 14.

Smith, Bob. "Review of New Recordings". Prose. 15.

Saunders, Paul. "Book Reviews and Comments". Prose. 16.

Browne, Phil. "to Patsy". Picture. 17.

Sandor, Joseph. "Meditation". Picture. 18 ...


Portfolio Vol. I N 2, Thomas R. Wiley, Richard Whitehead Jr., Dorothy Deane, Adela Beckham, Elizabeth Kellogg, Norman Nadel, Doris Jean Flory, Paul Bough Travis, George Bellows, John Stewart, Harry J. Sweitzer, Edward Ellsberg, Jane Brush, Wilson Gordon Mar 2017

Portfolio Vol. I N 2, Thomas R. Wiley, Richard Whitehead Jr., Dorothy Deane, Adela Beckham, Elizabeth Kellogg, Norman Nadel, Doris Jean Flory, Paul Bough Travis, George Bellows, John Stewart, Harry J. Sweitzer, Edward Ellsberg, Jane Brush, Wilson Gordon

Portfolio

Wiley, Thomas R. "In the Cathedral, Mexico City". Picture. 2.

Whitehead, Richard Jr. "Izzy was a Lady, After All". Prose. 3.

Beckham, Adela. "Rain on a March morning". Poem. 6.

Beckham, Adela. "Heaven". Poem. 6.

Deane, Dorothy. "Temptation". Poem. 6.

Kellogg, Elizabeth. "Gruess Dich Gott". Prose. 7.

Nadel, Norman. "The Duchess". Poem. 8.

Dick, Pewilla. "The Sligo Fisherman". Prose. 9.

Deane, Dorothy. "Against the Winter". Poem 12.

Flory, Doris Jean. "A problem". Poem 12.

Travis, Paul Bough. "My First View of the Congo Forest". Picture. 13.

Bellows, George. "Stag at Sharkey's". Picture. 13.

B.C.W. "Aspiration". Poem. 14 ...


Moyo Vol. X N 1, Chris Million, Annie Louden, Kate Soucy, Alicia Frieberg, Dan Fisher, Laura Barrett, Jeremy Miller, Adam Mallinger, Heidi Newitt, Lindsay Woods, Tom Hankinson, Illana Silverstein, Jim Dunson, Steve Dunson Mar 2017

Moyo Vol. X N 1, Chris Million, Annie Louden, Kate Soucy, Alicia Frieberg, Dan Fisher, Laura Barrett, Jeremy Miller, Adam Mallinger, Heidi Newitt, Lindsay Woods, Tom Hankinson, Illana Silverstein, Jim Dunson, Steve Dunson

Moyo

Million, Chris. "Coming Around to Reality: Former Cult Member Turned Editor Uses You for His Own Therapeutic Purposes". 4.

Louden, Annie. "A Disciple of Mr. Dewey, and All His Dirty Little Decimals: Confession of a Book-Hoarding Monomaniac". 5.

Soucy, Kate. "14 Days in Dumay: Reflections After a Trip to Haiti". 6.

Frieberg, Alicia. "Foreign Hostel Encounters:Ireland, Land of Ire". 8.

Fisher, Dan. "Open the Road Wider. Open The Road Wider. The Girft of the Reverend Jusan Fudo William Frank Parker". 10.

Barrett, Laura. "Requiem for "An Okay Cat". Cinema Annex Formerly Home to One Heck of an Adequate Feline ...


Moyo Vol. Vii N 1, Paul Durica, Angelica Lemke, Randall Frey, Robert Purks, Alison Stine, Robert Levine, Sarah Almirall, Kirsten Werne, Matthew Kohlbecker, Jean Lammont, Fred Porcheddu, Clayton Combe Mar 2017

Moyo Vol. Vii N 1, Paul Durica, Angelica Lemke, Randall Frey, Robert Purks, Alison Stine, Robert Levine, Sarah Almirall, Kirsten Werne, Matthew Kohlbecker, Jean Lammont, Fred Porcheddu, Clayton Combe

Moyo

Durica, Paul. "Editor's Letter". 4

Lemke, Angelica. "Paxil, Effexor, and Prozac, Oh My! Is Depression Awareness Day Going Too Far?" 5.

Frey, Randall. "Just Be: How to Make Money Without Really Doing Anything". 6.

Purks, Robert. "007, Missing The Action. Dalton's Bond Reconsidered". 7.

Stine, Alison. "Hatching A masterpiece: Jeffery Hatcher Talks of Writing, Melville, Woody Allen, and Denison". 8.

Levine, Robert. "Dial DU For Murder: Cinema Student Shuffles Off The Mortal Coil, and Finds it an Acquired Taste". 13.

Almirall, Sarah. "Dial DU For Murder: Cinema Student Shuffles Off The Mortal Coil, and Finds it an Acquired ...


Flamingo Vol. Ix N 6, George Macdonald, Orville Smrcina, William Randel, Blair Willison, Richard Canary, Clyde Shumaker, Phoebe Folkerth, Emma Coffman Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Ix N 6, George Macdonald, Orville Smrcina, William Randel, Blair Willison, Richard Canary, Clyde Shumaker, Phoebe Folkerth, Emma Coffman

Flamingo

McDonald, George. Cover. Picture. 0

Ohio State Sun Dial. Untitled. Prose. 1.

Arizona Kittykat. Untitled. Prose. 1.

Sour Owl. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Dartmouth Jack O'Lantern. Untitled. Prose. 2.

Brown Jug. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Illinois Siren. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Kitty-Kat. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Ohio State Sun Dial. Untitled. Prose. 4.

Wabash Caveman. Untitled. Prose. 4.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 4.

McDonald, George. Untitled. Picture. 8.

Anonymous. "Flamingo Gripes and Groans". Prose. 9.

Smrcina, Orville. Untitled. Picture. 10.

Anonymous. "A Little Vow For Leap Year". Prose. 10.

Kline, I.D. "Gwendolyn Strikes Out, or, Set 'Em Up In The Other Alley". Prose ...


Flamingo Vol. Ix N 4, Orville Smrcin, George Mcdonald, Bud Watkins, Eugenia Bibby, Lon Chaney Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Ix N 4, Orville Smrcin, George Mcdonald, Bud Watkins, Eugenia Bibby, Lon Chaney

Flamingo

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 1.

Anonymous. "Fame". Prose. 1.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 4.

Smrcina, Orville. "Big Campus Celebrities No.". Picture. 0.

Smrcina, Orville. Untitled Picture. 8.

Anonymous. "Gripes and Groans". Prose. 9.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 10.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 11.

Anonymous. "The Campus Celebrity". Prose. 11.

]Less Lee. "Big Problems of Our Big Men". Picture. 11.

Less Lee. "Big Problems of Our Big Men". Picture. 10.

Less Lee. "The 'Varsity Drag". Picture. 10.

R.M.M. "And When Our Steps Have Feeble Grown". Picture. 11.

Anonymous. "Get Your Head Down, Big Boy". Prose. 11.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose ...


Flamingo Vol. Ix N 2, Ester Wood, Avery Albert Shaw, George Mcdonald, Orville Beardsley, Ruth Sarles, Ann Price Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Ix N 2, Ester Wood, Avery Albert Shaw, George Mcdonald, Orville Beardsley, Ruth Sarles, Ann Price

Flamingo

Wood, Ester. Cover. Picture. 0.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 1.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 3.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 4.

Anonymous. "Gripes and Groans". Prose. 9.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 10.

H.W. Untitled. Picture. 10.

Anonymous. "Typical Frosh Girl". Cartoon. 12.

Anonymous. "And How?". Poem. 12.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 12.

Anonymous. "Some Items Copied From Student's Examination Papers". Prose. 12.

Anonymous. Untitled. Poem. 12.

McDonald, George. Untitled. Cartoon. 8.

McDonald, George. "Things That Freshmen Never Know". Cartoon. 13.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 15.

McDonald, George and Beardsley. "A Garden of Roses in the Ghetto". Picture. 16.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 16.

Anonymous. "I Like ...


Flamingo Vol. Iv N 9, Carola Morin, Joseph Speicher, Bernice K. Randel Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Iv N 9, Carola Morin, Joseph Speicher, Bernice K. Randel

Flamingo

Anonymous. Cover. Picture. 0.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 5.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 6.

C.K. Flamingo. Picture. 7.

E.T. Late Spring. Prose. 7.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 8.

Aussi. TO Q. S. Poem. 8.

Kibby. HORACE, BOOK I, ODE NINE. Poem. 9.

X. EXCLUSION. Poem .9.

I.K. DISAPPOINTMENT. Poem. 9.

G.W. March. Poem. 9.

V. TO A PICTURE. Poem. 9.

I.K. I KNOW A POEM. Poem. 9.

Z.X. Lovesick. Poem. 9.

Cal. Our Serenade. Poem. 10.

G.W. Irish Lullaby. Poem. 10.

Anonymous. Untitled. Poem. 10.

Anonymous. Untitled. Prose. 10.

C.E.D. A Lass! Poem. 10 ...


Flamingo Vol. Iv N 7, Edward A. Schmitz, Delmar Ubersax, Virginia Reel Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Iv N 7, Edward A. Schmitz, Delmar Ubersax, Virginia Reel

Flamingo

Schmitz, E. Cover. Picture. 0.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 7.

Schmitz. George Platt Knox- Dean. Picture. 8.

C.K. Flamingo. Picture. 9.

E.B.T. Christmas Eve. Prose. 9.

Anonymous. "We pray that Time will ever greet thee . . ." Picture. 12.

F.R. Awgawan. Poem. 12.

V.F. Song. Poem. 12.

F.R. When? Poem. 12.

F.R. Drifting. Poem. 12.

V. Doggies' Lament. Poem. 12.

O.L. Love Chant. Poem. 12.

V.J. Seers. Poem. 12.

V.J. Last of All. Poem. 12.

Cal. Untitled. Poem. 12.

Aussi. A Reasonable Doubt. Poem. 12.

R.P. Which Got What. Prose. 13.

Anonymous ...


Flamingo Vol. Iv N 6, Edward A. Schmitz, Delmar Ubersax, Ellis Fuller Parsons Mar 2017

Flamingo Vol. Iv N 6, Edward A. Schmitz, Delmar Ubersax, Ellis Fuller Parsons

Flamingo

E.B. Cover. Picture. 0.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 5.

Schmitz, E. EDWARD A. DEEDS The Colonel. Picture. 6.

C.K. Flamingo. Picture. 7.

H.W.B. KISMET. Prose. 7.

Tuttled, F.B. AUTUMN IN GRANVILLE. Poem. 8.

Anonymous. Untitled. Picture. 8.

F.R. SHE LOVES SHE! Poem. 8.

Anonymous. The Windfall. Poem. 8.

I.K. SHEPARDSON CAMPUS ON A NIGHT OF MIST. Poem. 8.

F.R. You. Poem. 8.

G.W. AN AUTUMN DAY. Poem. 8.

F.R. WE JANES! Poem. 9.

F. AINT LlFE AWFUL. Poem. 9.

F.R. LITTLE BOY BLUE. Poem. 9.

Anonymous. "—UNDER THEIR SKINS." Poem ...