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CONTENTS
TRANSLATIONS FROM HEINE (continued)— PAGE
"MY DARLING, WE SAT TOGETHER" 333
"MY HEART, MY HEART IS MOURNFUL" 334
QUESTIONS 335
"AS I EACH DAY IN THE MORNING" 335
"YOU LOVELY FISHER-MAIDEN" 336
"THE MOON IS FULLY RISEN" 337
WHERE? 337
BODY AND SOUL 338
CHILDHOOD 340
THE GREEK GODS 341
THE GODS OF GREECE 345
IN HARBOUR 349
PHILOSOPHY 352
HINDOO MYTHOLOGY 352
EPILOGUE 353
REMINISCENCE OF HAMMONIA 354
TRANSLATIONS FROM GOETHE —
PROMETHEUS 357
FROM THE "WEST-ÖSTLICHER DIVAN" 359
TRANSLATIONS FROM DE BERANGER —
THE GOOD GOD 361
THE DEATH OF THE DEVIL 363
NOTES 367