Dear sir (or dear madam) who happen to glance at this title-page printed you'll see to enhance its aesthetic attration, pray buy, if you're able, this excellent bargain: A critical fable; the book may be read in the light of a sequel to the "Fable for critics" a volume unequal (or hitherto so) for its quips and digressions on the poets of the day, without undue professions, I would say that this treatise is fully as light as the former, its judgments as certainly right as need be. A hodge-podge delivered primarily in the hope of instilling instruction so airily that readers may see, in the persons on view, a peripatetic poetic Who's who. An account of the times, by a poker of fun, WITT D., O. S., A. I.
|Main Author:||Lowell, Amy, 1874-1925.|
Chicago; Willett, Clark & company, 1934.
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