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ESTABLISHED 1889

THE OLDEST AND LARGEST REVIEW IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
DEVOTED TO POETRY AND DRAMA

Poet Lore

TITLE REGISTERED AS A TRADE MARK


A Magazine of Letters


 

Vacation Number


 

Five Little Dramas,
By HENRI LAVEDAN

Along the Quays, For Ever and Ever, Where Shall We Go?
The Afternoon Walk, and Not at Home.


Listening, A Play in One Act
By JOHN REDHEAD FROOME, JR.



Poems from the French of LECONTE DE LISLE and from the
Bohemian of J. S. Machar.


 

(Complete Contents on the Inside Cover)

 

 

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Poet Lore
Editors:
CHARLOTTE PORTER, HELEN A. CLARKE, Paul A. GRUMMANN
JULY–AUGUST, 1917
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Henri Lavedan 385
Translated from the French of “Les Beaux Dimanches” by Sibyl Collar Holbrook
Lavedan’s Little Dramas, A Play in One Act
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Sibyl Collar Holbrook 414
Listening, A Play in One Act
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John Redhead Froome, Jr. 422
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Paul H. Grummann 432
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Clara F. McIntyre 445
Shafts from a Carib Bow, West Indian Impressions
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Richard Butler Glaenzer 456
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Lilian M. Anderson 460
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Edna Wahlert McCourt 470
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Ada Negri 476
Translated from the Italian by Rudolph Altrocchi
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Leconte de Lisle 478
Translated from the French by Celia Louise Crittenton
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Leconte de Lisle 479
Translated from the French by Celia Louise Crittenton
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Pierre Louys 481
Translated from the French by Celia Louise Crittenton
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Edith C. Bates 482
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Paul Scott Mowrer 483
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Edith C. Bates 485
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J. S. Machar 485
Translated from the Bohemian by Otto Katouc


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