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MOST of us sometimes, I suppose, observe some small boy engrossed upon his youthful affairs and wonder what he'll become, what he'll make of himself or what life will make of him, and what sort of man he will be to look upon, after forty years. W. E. Henley has left us a selfportrait of himself...
LIKE all forms of journalism, book reviewing has shown new tendencies since the War. What we see may be a wayward phase or a stage in evolution. If one were to presume that it is evolution, it would be with a certain trepidation that one confronted the future. When an organ fugue or a sonata has...
IF we are to understand the peculiar dilemma of modern poetryand it would be excess of optimism to claim that poetry is in a healthy or stable conditionwe must resolutely set aside those poets who have outlived their prime or ceased to be influences. Davies, De La Mare, Masefield, Hodgson,...
THE following observations are to hand dealing with the revised syllabus of the professional examinations conducted by the Library Association.
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