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A COMPLETE INDEX 
VOLUMES 1-25 OF 




A Magazine of Letters 

EDITED BY 

CHARLOTTE PORTER 
HELEN A. CLARKE 



COMPILED BY 

FRANK R. HOLMES 




BOSTON: RICHARD G. BADGER 

THE GORHAM PRESS 



Copyright" 1916, tiy ffichard 6. Badger* 
All rights reserve^ 



TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF POET LORE WHO 
HAVE MADE ITS PUBLICATION POSSIBLE 



PUBLISHER'S PREFACE 

THE publication of this Index of a remarkable periodi- 
cal during an uninterrupted course of twenty-five 
years is due 'mainly to the many requests for such 
a work received from the magazine's subscribers. 
Their plea is that the pages have contained so much 
material of value to the literary world that an 
Index would constitute an invaluable reference book. 

We feel that it is not out of place to give here for those 
readers who have become acquainted with POET LORE 
during recent years, a brief, historical sketch, mentioning a few 
of those achievements which have placed the magazine among 
pioneer periodicals. 

Established in 1889 by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. 
Clarke as a "monthly magazine devoted to Shakespeare and 
Browning, and to a comparative study of literature, " its appear- 
ance met with unusual success. 

During the first six years of publication it firmly took its 
stand as a journal that did its own thinking. It spoke of Ibsen 
as "below no one but Shakespeare" to a nation that had heard 
only enough of him to jeer. It established its reputation for 
foresight, the ultimate reason for its greater success in later 
years, by giving its readers a review of Shakespeare's influence 
on Japanese literature. This was written eighteen ye^rs before 
the general readers in this country realized that there was shich a 
thing as great literature in Japan. 

For the next seven years, the magazine continually added 
much to its rapidly growing international reputation. In 1890 
it discovered and introduced to this country the lyric poet, Mistral, 
with the existence of whom other periodicals were not familiar 
until fourteen years later when he shared with Echegaray the 
Nobel prize for literature. A year later POET LORE- made 
its readers acquainted with the work of Strindberg, who has but 
recently become well known in America. Bohemian literature 
was taken up in 1892. Bjornson's play, A Glove translated 
from the original Norwegian version of En Hanske and authorized 
by Bjornson himself appeared the same year. 

Maeterlinck's first work to appear in English was The 



PREFACE 

Blind published by POET LORE in 1893. It was accom- 
panied by a critique, the title of which is strikingly significant of 
its priority, "Maurice Maeterlinck: Dramatist of a New Period. " 
Further works of this dramatist which appeared in 1904-5 were 
The Seven Princesses, Pelleas and Melisande, and Alladine and 
Palomides. During the latter year an appreciation of the genius 
of Robert Bridges was printed. 

In the Fall of 1896, in order that certain subjects might be 
handled more completely in a single issue, the style was changed 
to a quarterly, under the title of POET LORE, A Quarterly 
Magazine of Letters, and remained as such until 1909. The 
editors perceiving that Sudermann was to win fame in this 
country, gave English readers their first glimpse of him in that 
little masterpiece, Teja from his Morituri. Hauptmann's 
Sunken Bell published in 1898 was the first translation of -any 
of this dramatist's works into the English language. The work 
of Selma Lagerlof whose name even now, after she has won the 
Nobel prize, is unfamiliar to all except pioneer readers, was 
published in 1899. In 1900 Echegaray, the great Spanish drama- 
tist, who in 1904 shared the Nobel prize with Mistral, as we have 
already stated, was well known to the readers of POET LORE. 
The magazine appreciated the unusual genius of Brieux in 
1903, although the general educated public of this country did 
not learn of him until about two years ago. The publication of 
plays by Synge and Hyde in 1905, proved POET LORE to be 
the first among the pioneers in recognizing the real significance of 
the new Irish literary drama. Schnitzler's first works in English 
appeared in its pages during 1906. 

The following year was one of particular note as during this 
period Andreyev was first made known to America. D'An- 
nunzio's noblest play. The Daughter of Joria appeared and the 
first English translation of any of Bracco's plays, Hidden 
Spring was published in an authorized version. This writer's 
Phantasms immediately followed. In order to keep abreast 
with the great European Dramatic movement, POET LORE 
in 1909 increased the number of issues published yearly, and 
appeared as a bi-ndjonthly, thus giving its subscribers practically 
50 per cent more reading matter. It continued die policy 
established some years previous in giving as the principal feature 
of each issue a first English translation of some notable foreign 
play. 

For the .next few years up to the closing of the period covered 



PREFACE 

by this Index, POET LORE published over thirty note- 
worthy dramas. Particular attention was given to the French, 
Russian and German schools. We are unable at this time to 
state accurately the ultimate popularity of all the authors rep- 
resented for the reason that their works have not been tested by 
time. We can say, however, that POET LORE has in the 
past published the works of no man who has not at some later 
date shown his genuine merit. 

In the period referred to, appeared for the first time, work, 
by Hebbell, Hervieu, Galdos, Tchekkof, Pshibishevsky, Rosmer, 
Prydz, Duhamel and further original English translations of 
Hauptmann, Schnitzler and Strindberg. As an example of the 
breadth of the field from which POET LORE draws its 
material, we point to a translation of Sword and Crozier from 
the Icelandic of Einarsson which appeared in 191*2. 

To sum up: POET LORE has introduced to this country 
no less than fifty-four European dramatists and eighty-six dramas. 
POET LORE has gathered the great literary works of every 
civilized country under the sun and offered them to the English 
speaking public in advance of any other publication. Continuing 
the same policy up to the present time, POET LORE is intro- 
ducing to its readers to-day, the unknown geniuses who are to 
become world-famous to-morrow. In the words of The Dial, 
POET LORE stands steadfastly for good literature." 



PREFACE 

Blind published by POET LORE in 1893. It was accom- 
panied by a critique, the title of which is strikingly significant of 
its priority, "Maurice Maeterlinck: Dramatist of a New Period." 
Further works of this dramatist which appeared in 1904-5 were 
The Seven Princesses, Pelleas and Melisande, and Alladine and 
Palomides. During the latter year an appreciation of the genius 
of Robert Bridges was printed. 

In the Fall of 1896, in order that certain subjects might be 
handled more completely in a single issue, the style was changed 
to a quarterly, under the title of POET LORE, A Quarterly 
Magazine of Letters, and remained as such until 1909. The 
editors perceiving that Sudermann was to win fame in this 
country, gave English readers their first glimpse of him in that 
little masterpiece, Teja from his Morituri. Hauptmann's 
Sunken Bell published in 1898 was the first translation of any 
of this dramatist's works into the English language. The work 
of Selma Lagerlof whose name even now, after she has won the 
Nobel prize, is unfamiliar to all except pioneer readers, was 
published in 1899. In 1900 Echegaray, the great Spanish drama- 
tist, who in 1904 shared the Nobel prize with Mistral, as we have 
already stated, was well known to the readers of POET LORE. 
The magazine appreciated the unusual genius of Brieux in 
1903, although the general educated public of this country did 
not learn of him until about two years ago. The publication of 
plays by Synge and Hyde in 1905, proved POET LORE to be 
the first among the pioneers in recognizing the real significance of 
the new Irish literary drama. Schnitzler's first works in English 
appeared in its pages during 1906. 

The following year was one of particular note as during this 
period Andreyev was first made known to America. D'An- 
minzio's noblest play, The Daughter of Joria appeared and the 
first English translation of any of Bracco's plays, Hidden 
Spring was published in an authorized version. This writer's 
Phantasms immediately followed. In order to keep abreast 
with the great European Dramatic movement, POET LORE 
in 1909 increased the number of issues published yearly, and 
appeared as a bi-mpnthly, thus giving its subscribers practically 
50 per cent more reading matter. It continued the policy 
established some years previous in giving as the principal feature 
of each issue a first English translation of some notable foreign 
play. 

For the next few years up to the closing of the period covered 



PREFACE 

by this Index, POET LORE published over thirty note- 
worthy dramas. Particular attention was given to the French, 
Russian and German schools. We are unable at this time to 
state accurately the ultimate popularity of all the authors rep- 
resented for the reason that their works have not been tested by 
time. We can say, however, that POET LORE has in the 
past published the works of no man who has not at some later 
date shown his genuine merit. 

In the period referred to, appeared for the first time, work, 
by Hebbell, Hervieu, Galdos, Tchekkof, Pshibishevsky, Rosmer, 
Prydz, Duhamel and further original English translations of 
Hauptmann, Schnitzler and Strindberg. As an example of the 
breadth of the field from which POET LORE draws its 
material, we point to a translation of Sword and Crozier from 
the Icelandic of Einarsson which appeared in I9i'2. 

To sum up : POET LORE has introduced to this country 
no less than fifty-four European dramatists and eighty-six dramas. 
POET LORE has gathered the great literary works of every 
civilized country under the sun and offered them to the English 
speaking public in advance of any other publication. Continuing 
the same policy up to the present time, POET LORE is intro- 
ducing to its readers to-day, the unknown geniuses who are to 
become world-famous to-morrow. In the words of The Dial, 
POET LORE stands steadfastly for good literature. " 



COMPILER'S NOTE 

Careful attention should be taken of 
the fact that the issues of Volumes XIV- 
XV-XVI and XVII of POET LORE are 
not paged consecutively, but each number 
begins with "page I." 

In order that there may be no co'n- 
fusion in the reference to these Volumes, we 
designate first the volume, second the 
issue of the volume by a letter and third 
the page of the issue on which the reference 
appears. 

For example: Aglavaine and Selysette, 
(drama) XIV D II. From the above it 
will be readily seen that this drama appears 
on page 1 1 of the 4th issue of Volume XIV. 

In all other volumes the paging is con- 
secutive running from the first issue to the 
last. 



POET LORE INDEX 

Abbott, Francis M., Shakespeare's Birthday in Con- 
cord, N. H I, 274 

Above the Gaspereau IX, 321 

"Abt Vogler" Query and Answer II, 28 

Study Program X, 288 

Abydos (a fragment) XX, 192 

"Adam, Lilith, and Eve" VIII, 278 

Adam, Villiers de Lisle, The Best Love VIII, 281 

The Elect of Dreams VIII, 286 

Adventures of Ernest Alembert, The (A Fairy Tale) XII, 22 

"A. E":The Neo-Celtic Mystic XVI D. 82 

Aedipus Myth in the Greek Literature, Study Program. .XI, 102 

Aeschylus, The Religious Teaching of IV, 41 5 

Aesthetics, May there be a Science of VI, 323 

Moods, Two X, 235 

Syllabus for Study of IX, 281 

Africa (Reprint) : X, 19 

After All XII, 321 

Moonlight XXII,399 

The Storm IX, 477 

Agard, Arthur F., Poetic Personifications of Evil IX, 206 

Aglavaine and Selysette (Drama) XIV D. II 

Agnes Bernauer (Drama) XX,i 

Agony XXII, 400 

Ah! Happy Boughs, that cannot lose your Leaves V, 526 

"Aims of Literary Study, The" VII, 270 

Albee, John, Letter from an Athenian Physician to his 
Patient, Telesilla, a Maiden of Argos, 

and her Reply XI,2O 

Virgil's Art VII, 306 

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, In Present Day Poets XII, 306 

Alexander, Grace, Art for Man's Sake VI, 605 



2 POET LORE INDEX 

Alger, George W., In Memoriam, Shelley, 1792-1892 IV, 315 

Tennyson as Poet of the English 

People VIII, 325 

"Alkestis" of Euripides and of Browning II, 345 

"Alladine and Palomides" (Drama) VII, 281 

All Embracing, The XVII, D. 74 

Allen, Harrison, Poetry and Science Ill, 233 

Joseph C, The Julius Caesar of Shakespeare 

and of History XIII, 560 

Katharine, Lucretius the Poet, and Tennyson's 

Poem "Lucretius" XI, 529 

Allison, Susan Whally, The Stronghold X 491 

Alysoun, Song to (Early English Lyric) VI, 62 

America: a Prophecy (poem) V, 363 

A Prophecy of V, 93 

Parley on V, 383 

American Anthology XII, 606 

Brother of the Poet Keats XVII, C. 97 

Drama Society XXIII, 152 

Fiction IX, 626 

of To-day, Realism in XVII, C. 76 

Literature, An Introduction to X, 587 

Music Society XVII, A. 139 

Notes and Queries I, 147 

Patriotic Poems, A Talk on V, 342 

Poem, AGreat XVII, A. 124 

Poets, Glimpses of Present Day XIII, 527 

Poetry of the Past Year XIII, 123 

Recent XI, 129 

Americanization of "Das Verlorene Paradies" XVI, D. 149 

Americans, French Writers on I, 396 

Ames, Charles G, ? The Democracy of Aprile V, 27 

Amiel's Garden XVII, B. 117 

A Modern Richard II, 30 

Anacreon, Some Lyrics of ' IX, 400 

Ancient Love Letter An XVI, C. 157 

" Mariner," The Artistic Devices of the X, 425 

Andalusian Love Songs XV, B. 74 

Anderson, Jessie M., Humor in Carlyle and Browning. . . .II, 421 

Margaret Steele, Dante's "Beatrice" XV, A. 45 

Mary, in "Winter's Tale" I, 92 



POET LORE INDEX 3 

M. S. The Color Element in Keats' "Eve 

of St. Agnes" VIII, 84 

W. H., Browning, The Poet of the People. . .VI, 244 

And Pippa Dances (A Mystical Tale) XVIII, 289 

"Andrea Del Sarto" VIII, 586 

A Painter's Poem IV, 144 

Andreieff (Andreyev) Leonid, To the Stars XVIII, 417 

Andreyev (Andreieff) Leonid, King Hunger XXII, 401 

Angelico's Manuscripts, Selections from Doctor XXIV, 268 

Anglo-Saxon Poems I, 577 

Annals of a Quiet Browning Club VII, 225, 356, 436, 556, 619 

Annunzio, Gabriele d' XVIII, 487 

An Italian Landscape XVI, C.no 

Dithyramb XIV, C. 40 

The Daughter of Joria XVIII, I 

The Dream of aSpring Morning XIV, A. 6 
The Dream of an Autumn 

Sunset XV, A. 6 

Annunzio's d' Dramas XIX, in, 215 

Anthony, Julia B., After Reading the Notes in The 

Furness Variorum "Macbeth ".XIII, 608 

Antony and Cleopatra II, 71, 125, 189 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism 

in VII, 613 

The Comradeship of IV, 217 

Study Program XII, 97; XX, 315 

and Octavius II, 516 

Antecedents of Longfellow's Cb King Robert of Sicily " . XIV, B. 127 
Antigone of, Sophocles and Shakespeare's Isabel.. IV, 609 

in Boston II, 263 

"Antonio's Revenge" and "Hamlet" II, 414 

Apparitions (music) II, 288 

April Dreaming XXV, 611 

Aprile, The Democracy of V, 27 

Arabic Version of Macbeth' s "Moving Wood", An II, 247 

Arbes, Jakub, Bohemian Novelist IV, I 

Newton's Brain IV, 429, 511, 569, 616 

Under Bush of Lilacs IV, 318 

Archer, Ruby, the "Idyl of Israel" known as "The 

Song of Solomon" or "Song of Songs". .XVIII, 97 
William, The Dying Drama I, 527 



4 POET LORE INDEX 

Armenian Literature, Modern IX, 122 

Are We Approaching a Dark Age IV, 637 

Ariel XXV, 217 

Arion, a Tale of X, 8 

Armin, Robert, Annals of Shakespeare's "Fellow" I, 507 

Aristophanes' Apology " V, 237 

Arms, Milo, a Poet of Italy, an appreciation of Giosue 

Carducci XVI, B. 67 

Arnold, Matthew, A Bit of Art from VIII, 134 

and the Spirit of the Age X, 589 

Personalia VIII, 100 

Poetic Characteristics of VI, 76 

Arnold's "Sohrab and Rustum" Blank Verse of VII, 497 

Arnoux, C. E., Translator, The Djinns Hugo XXII, 146 

"Aroint thee, Witch, Aroint thee" XIII,42S 

Art.......... XX, 399 

Beginnings of IX, 61 5 

for Man's Sake VI, 605 

of Humilis, The . .XXV, 572 

of the Future, The XIII, 357 

The Use of Ugly in* XIII, 251 

Works, Duty on I, 298 

Arthur and Beowulf as English Ideals VI, 529 

Artistic Possibilities of Indian Myths, The XV, A. 46 

Asckenasy, Ysidor, Translator, In Chains Hervieu. . . .XX, 81 

Ashmead Mary A., Hathaway Club I, 326 

Ashurst Richard L., Prolegomena to "Henry IV" I, 367 

Assumption of Hannele (Drama) XX, 161 

"Astrophel and Stella", Sidney's VIII, 570 

"As You Like It" IX, 552 

Character in: An inductive study IV, 31, 81 

Study Program IX, 275 

The Ethics of IV, 498 

The Plot of: An inductive Study III, 341 

Athenaeum Press Series, The X, 436 

Athenian Physician, Letter from XI, 20 

At Inspection V, 305 

Atmosphere of Obstacle, The VII, 96 

At the Chasm (Play) XXIV, 289 

At the Waking of Helgi II, 18 

Attar and Sanai XVI, D. 87 

Austin, Alfred VIII, 53, no, in 



POET LORE INDEX 5 

Bacon, A Forgotten Estimate . . .VII, 185 

' Delia, Reminiscences Ill, 593 

How Shakespeare Illustrates IV, 200 

Roger, Unwilling cause of Baconianism 1^,53 

Baconianism^Main' Source of Recent V, 226 

Bacon-Shakespeare Circular Letter, Pott on Bacon's 

Chipher I, 155 

Controversy I, 151 

Literature Recent I, 69; II, 613 

Questions Answered I, 289, 383 

Resemblance between Bacon and 

Shakespeare :I, 98 

Bad Grammar, Our Inherited VII, 450 

Bailey, Louis,Translator: (with Arne Kildal) New 

Letters of Henrik Ibsen XIX, 420 

Wilhelmina K., Nightfall XXI, 96 

Baker, Harry T., Two Sonnets XVIII, 412 

Henry L., Genesis XIX, 317 

Louis T., What has Poetry done for the World . .VIII, 145 

Balade of Charitie, an Exelente IX, 181 

Balch, Elizabeth, Japanese Poetry. .XIV, C. 91, D. 83 ; XVI, B. 94 

Ballad of Two Knights XXII, 78 

Queen Ysabeau's Hunting XVII. B. 88 

Baldwin Eleanor, Is Chaucer Irreligious? IV, 537 

Mary E., Browning's "Jules" and Du 

Maurier's "Little Billee" IX, 575 

Balkan Poet and Novelist: Ivan Vazoff XIX, 98 

Ballade of the Ladyes of Lang Syne I, 548 

Ballads, Old English VI, 563 

Banfield, Edith Colby, Indian Names XV, A. 61 

Banks, G. L. (Note) II, 607 

Isabella, The True History of the London 

Shakespeare Tercentenary Ill, 201 

Bankside's Shakespeare I, 439 

Banquo, A study in "Macbeth" XI, 81 

Was he Bad XI, 396 

Barber, Francis, Two Dreams XX, 68 

Barnard, Clara C., Poetic Characteristics of Matthew 

Arnold VI, 76. 

Barnitz, Park, The Art of the Future XIII, 357 

Barrie's "Peter Pan" XVII, D. 121 

Baron Lucille, Stanislav Pshibishevsky XXIII, in 



6 POET LORE INDEX 

Bates, Katharine Lee, Knowledge Versus Feeling VI, 383 

Batt, Max, The Feeling for Nature XVIII, 259 

Translator: Death and the Fool Hof- 

mannsthal -. XXIV, 253 

Battle Hymn of the Republic, How Written XI, 448 

With the Water Sprite II, 185 

Batt, Max, Translator: The New Star Fuchs XX, 479 

Baxter, Sylvester -.Translator, Das Trunkne Lied XXI, 416 

Bayadere, The XXV, 61 

Beach, Joseph Warren, The Testing of Phaeton XXIV, 361 

Becczner, El Miserere XV, B. 25 

Beckmann J. H., Hauptmann and Shakespeare XXIII, 56 

Beat of a Wing XIX, 234 

the Wing, The (Drama) XX, 321 

Beauduin, Nicolas XXV, 322 

The Poetry of the Epoch XXV, 336 

The Town in Me XXV, 348 

Beauty Lovers * XVII, C. 68 

Bee Tender, The XIX, 86 

Beer, Taco H. de, Shakespeare in Dutch I, 259 

Before Dawn (Social Drama) XX, 241 

Beggar's Harp .XV, C. 92 

Bell, Miss Helen, In Memoriam VII, 277 

The Sunken (Drama) X, 161 

Another Interpretation of X, 452 

Symbolism of X, 312 

Bellows, Isabella Francis, Love's Dwelling XVII, A. 93 

Pippa Pisses VI, 133 

The Actor in Shakespeare. . . .V, 589 

Bellman: The Swedish Poet of Native Romance XI, 251 

Benet, William R., No-More-Fear XXIV, 119 

Bengough S. E., The Music of Language in Venus and 

Adonis IV, 562 

The Use of Alliteration in 

Shakespeare's Poems V, 190 

Beowulf and Arthur as English Ideals VI, 529 

Berdoe, Edward, Browning and the Christian Faith. .VIII, 265 

Browning's Science I, 353 

as shown in 

"Numpholeptos" II, 617 

Bergen, Thomas D., The Paesisti of the Nineteenth 

Century XIX, 235 



POET LORE INDEX 7 

The Songs of Naples XXI, 152 

Berlin Stage during the Past Season XII, 570 

Bernhardt's "Hamlet" XII, 148 

Best, Sasha, Georges Duhamel XXV, 204 

Translator : 

After Midnight Vildrac XXII, 399 

Heights Goetze XXV, I 

I am Seeking Romains XXIV, 350 

In the Shadow of the Statues 

Duhamel XXV, 371 

It is not in Vain that I have been 

Seeking Romains XXIV, 351 

Life Unanimous Romains .... XXI V, 112 

Spring Vildrac XXV, 137 

The Great White Bird Vildrac . .XXV, 228 

The Light Duhamel XXV, 161 

The Prison in Spring Duhamel . .XXV, 460 

Those There Are Vildrac XXV, 139 

Beyond the Gate: De Quincey and Kipling's "Mis- 

quitta" XXII, 317 

"Bhagavad's Gita" and the Emerson's "Brahma" I, 253 

Goethe's "World Spirit", 

and the Vishnu of the I, 401 

Bibliography of Publications in English Literature. .Ill, 541, 597 

Bijou, The (Boston) XXIII, 290 

Bingely, M. R., Questions on Tennyson's "Idylls of 

the King" VIII, 592 

Binkley C. A., Poetic Intepretation of Nature XIII, 53 

Bird of Time, The XXIV, 204 

Birds of Prey XVII, D. 89 

Birthday Poems to Mr. Trowbridge XVTI, C. 117 

"Bishop Blougram", Extract from I, 444 

Bjornson, Bjonstjerne, A Glove, IV, 7,70, 128, 204, 254, 332 

Beyond Human Strength XIII, 543 

The Norwegian Peasant Lad 

and His Dream Tune V, 52 

Thrond, My First Story XI, i 

When the New Wine Blooms XXII, I 

Bjornson' s Last Drama, "When the New Wine 

Blooms" XXII, 70 

Blackwell, Alice Stone, Translator: 

The Mass at Dawn Urbina . .XXIV, 312 



8 POET LORE INDEX 

Blake, Anne, "Measure for Measure" Ill, 538 

Katharine G., A Short Story of Richard III ... .XVI, A. 80 
The Characters of Othello and lago. .XVIII, 236 

William, America: A Prophecy V, 363 

A sheaf of Poetry and Prose by: 

Ah, Sunflower XI, 25 

Proverbs of Hell XI, 27 

The Clod and the Pebble XI, 26 

The Garden of Love XI, 26 

The Marriage of Heaven and 
Hell: The Voice of the 

Devil XI, 28 

Romanticism, A Phase of V, 481 

Blanc, Maurice Le, She Who Waits XVI, A. 36 

Blauvelt, Mary Taylor, The Religious Teachings of 

Aeschylus IV, 415 

Block, Louis James, Loin Du Bal XII, 17 

Poetry XVIII, 224 

Sonnets, The Orient, Judea, The 

Occident. . . .' IX, 473 

Tennyson's Songs VII, 127 

The Dramatic Sentiment and 

Tennyson's Plays VIII, 512 

Walt Whitman (A Poem) V, 422 

Bloomfield, Leonard, Translator: 

Before Dawn Hauptmann XX, 241 

"Bluebird", The Significance of Maeterlinck's XXII, 460 

Bohn, Lewis, Bibliography of New Publications in 

English Literature Ill, 541, 597 

Bookish Bits 1, 246, 298,392,445, 587; II, 160, 389; III, 98 

"Book of Job," Study Program XV, B. 140 

Book, The XVI, C in 

Books of the Season, Best New X, 604 

New Editions X 140, 604 

Relating to Poetry and Drama in all 

languages XXV (insert after) 160 

Booth's, Edwin, Motto I, 155 

Boris, Godunof : Pushkin's Ill, 551 

Born, Helena, Whitman's Ideal Democracy. . , XI, 569 

Borradaile, H. Ernst, Clowns and Fools of Shakes- 
peare's Time VIII, 206 



POET LORE INDEX 9 

Bosi P. E., Here Below XVII, A. 133 

"Bossism": An Aristocratic Survival IV, 158 

Boulder, Jane Lane, Another Interpretation of "The 

Sunken Bell" X, 452 

Matthew Arnold and the Spirit of the 

Age X, 589 

Bourget, Paul, Payment Time XI, 479 

Bowles, Janet Payne, Plato as a Literary School for 

Writers XVII, D. 90 

Boyden, George, The Shakespeare Memorial Plays II, 320 

Bracco, Roberto, Phantasms XIX, 240 

The Hidden Spring XVIII, 143 

Bradford, Jr. Gamaliel, A Pessimist Poet V, 385 

Elizabethan Women XII, 392 

Nature in the Elizabethan 

Poets VII, 529 

The Serpent of Old Nile: A 
Study of the Cleopatra 

of Tragedy X, 514 

"Brahma" and the "Bhagavad Gita" I, 253 

Braithwaite, William Stanley, Four Lyrics XXV, 254 

Rest Thee! In Thy April Bed. .XXV, 142 

Some Recent Verse XXII, 223 

Brantome, Shakespeare's Compliment to IV, 449 

Bratt, Max, The German Fairy Tale Contest XVII, D. 109 

Brausewetter, Ernst, News from the Scandinavian 

Book Market VIII, 601 

Bray, J. W., Shakespeare as a Critic IX, 238 

The Literary Democracy of William 

Wordsworth VIII, 306 

Bride of the Moor (Play) XXV, 499 

Bristol, Augusta Cooper, Sketch of life XIV, D. 126 

Britton, Daniel G., Aims and Traits of a World 

Language I, 580 

Browning, Addresses on II, 40 

Browning on Unconventional 

Relations IV, 266 

Facettes of Love: From 

Browning I, I 

New Poetic Form as shown in 

Browning II, 234 



io POET LORE INDEX 

Primitive American Poetry IV, 329 

On Art Poems of Browning II, 146 

Suggestions for Browning Study.. VIII, 51 
The Epilogues of Browning: Their 

Artistic Significance IV, 57 

The Idea of God in "The Sun". . . .Ill, 254 

Traces of Shelley in Browning II, 662 

Britton, J. J., Browning's "Mildred" V, 266 

By June Seas XIII, 348 

Broderick, Edwin, The Letters to Sadie XII, 347 

The Price of Sight XIII, 354 

Bronner, Milton, Sarojini Naidu, The New Hindu 

Poetess XX, 61 

The Cult of Pierrot XIX, 318 

William Ernest Henley, The Inno- 
vator XV, D. 74 

Bronte Charlotte, A Leaf from an Unopened Volume IX, 169 

The Adventures of Ernest Alembert. .XII, 22 

The Green Dwarf IX, 479 

Emily, A Modern Stoic IV, 64 

Brooks, Edward, Magic in Poetry IV, 109 

Florence, The Book XVI, C. in 

The Symbolism of the "Flame of 

Life" XVI, C 112 

M, Sears, Browning's "Childe Roland" and 

Its Danish Source IV, 425 

Sarah W., Some Predecessors of Spenser I, 214 

Van Tyne, The Lyric Origins of Swinburne . XVIII, 468 

Van Wyck, The Twilight of the Arts .XXIV, 322 

Brotherton, Alice Williams, Shakespeare (sonnet) V, 81 

The Real Hamlet and the Hamlet 

Oldest of All XVI, D. no 

The Seacoast of Bohemia.. XX, 159 

Brown, Anna Robertson, Anglo-Saxon Poems I, 577 

At the Waking of Helgi II, 18 

Battle with the Water- 
Sprite, The Beowulf II, 185 

Dream of the Holy Rood, 

The Cynewulf II, 371 

Fall of the Angels, The 

Caedmon II, 251 



POET LORE INDEX 11 

Happy Land, The Cyne- 

wulf s Phoenix II, 523 

Lotus Symbolism in Homer, 
Theocritus, Moschus, 
Tennyson and Browning, 

The II, 625 

Passing of Scyld Beowulf II, 133 
Song to Alysoun (Modern- 
ized) VI, 62 

The Battle of Brunanburh 

(Early English Chronicle). .Ill, 20 
The Celtic Element in 
Tennyson's "Lady of 

Shalott" IV, 408 

The Pearl (Early English 

Poem) V, 434 

The Wanderer's Lament 

(Early English Lyric) III, 140 

The Wheel of Fortune 

Morte d' Arthur V, 25 

Translator: King Lier and 
Cordoille, Laymon's 

Brut IV, 19 

Browning, Elizabeth B., Account of her Husband's 

Courtship X, 315 

An Unknown Poem Ill, 281 

Birthday II, 112 

First Editions IV, 471 

"Flush" XIII, 607 

Her Nickname X, 628 

Life II, 35 

On Carlyle X, 612 

Opinions of Tennyson VIII, 23 

Rare Poems IV, 46 

Browning, Robert, and his Critics V, 142, 207 

and Mrs. Orr's "Life" Ill, 522 

and Whitman V, 277 

Art Poems II, 145 

as a Dramatic Poet VI, 13 

as a Letter Writer VIII, 78, 225 

A Sonnet V, 288 



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As Others See Him; Berdoe, Jones 

and Nettleship VIII, 265 

A Study of Ixion IV, 243 

as the Poet of Democracy IV, 481 

Auction Sale of First Editions of. . .XIII, 315 

Books Ill, 366 

of the Year V, 277 

Criticism of Ill, 43 

Defence of Later Works XII, 284 

Does "Alkestis" interpret Euripides 

Fairly? VIII, 425 

Dramatic Lyrics. II, 35, 281 

English and American appreciation of . .1, 494 
Epilogues of: Their Artistic Signifi- 
cance IV, 57 

Error of I, 300 

Excerpts from a Sheaf of Letters of. .IV, 233 
French Enthusiasms satirized in 

"Two Poets of Croisic" XI, 382 

First American Works (Reprint) 

First Illustrated Edition Ill, 95 

First Editions IV, 471 

Fitzgerald Affair, The, 1, 400, 447, 448 

Folk Poems: Study Program XII, 105 

Group of Music Poems, A, Study 

Program X, 288 

Religious Poems, Study 

Program X, 103 

Human Brotherhood in X, 421 

Idea of Love I, 153 

Ideals of Beauty in V, 247 

Illustrated Ill, 95 

Is He a Legitimate Member of 

the Victorian School XII, 317 

Letters by IX, 83 

List of Musical Settings I, 430 

Love and Duty in Tennyson and IV, 271 

Love Letters XI, 301 

Macready and I, 138 

Mastery of Rhyme V, 258 

Memorial Meetings II, 39, 152 

Notes II, 100 

Publications II, 326 



POET LORE INDEX 13 

Poem I facing 400 

Mistaken by Boyesen X, 461 

Musical Query and Answer V, 48, 49 

Symbolism in III? 260 

My Star I, 349 

New Letters Ill, 522 

On Unconventional Relations IV, 266 

Paris Notes on His Death II, in 

Personal Recollections of II, 130 

Poet of the People VI, 244 

Poetic Expression V, 87, 89 

Form II, 234 

Queries and Answers HI* 521, 588, 637 

Rarities VI, 264 

Recent Books IV, 276 

Reference List I, 531 

Relation of Nature to Man in IV, 238 

Religious Teacher, A II, 333 

Reminiscences V, 22.9, 286 

Representative of the Times I, 31 

Riccardi Palaces and IV, 52 

Santayana on: A Pessimist Criticism. XIII, 97 

Scandinavian on, A Ill* 589 

Science I, 353 

in "Numpholeptos" II, 617 

Scientific Allusions II, 137 

Shelley's Influence on VII, 18 

Study Hints Ill, 521, 588, 637 

"Colombe's Birthday IV, 39 

Three Poems relating to Nlarried 

Life V, 453 

Study of Rhymes in . . . . . II, 480 

Study Programs. . . . .VIII, 272, 586; XI, 289, 

403, 608 

Suggestions for Study VIII, 51 

Sun Symbolism in XI, 55 

The Cambridge Edition of VIII, 271 

The Definitive Edition of VII, 102 

The Joy-Element of XV, B. 95 

The Man V, 229 

The Paradoxical Ethics of XXIII, 348 

The Poetic Structure of [his] 

Shorter Lyrics V, 436 



i 4 POET LORE INDEX 

The Secret of Pippa's Power Ill, 350 

The Source of Optimism IV, 567 

Three Types illustrated: 
Aristocratic, Obsequious, 

Fraternal XIV, B. 133 

True Greatness of I, 470 

Unpublished Letters of Ill, 524 

Varients of "Pietro of Albano" Ill, 577 

Versus Browning I, 408 

Whitman and, Reading Course X, 421 

Brownings Kinship of XV, C. 106 

The French Appreciation of Ill, 288 

Browning's "Andrea del Sarto" a comparative study, 
Wordsworth's " Michael " and 

Tennyson's "Enoch Arden Ill, 87 

A Painter's Poem IV, 144 

And Whitman's Democracy, the Pur- 
port of VII, 556 

"Ask Not One Least Word of Praise" 

(song) Ill, 258 

" A Soul's Tragedy" XIII, 411 

Authorship of Forster's "Strafford" VI, 555 

"Bishop Blougram:" Gertrude Darling 

on XVI, A. 136 

"Blot in the Scutcheon", Production 

of XVI, C. 152 

Caliban: An objection to, considered. . .V, 562 

"Childe Roland" XIII, 262; XXIV, 53 

and its Danish Source IV, 425 

and Tennyson's 

"Vision of Sin" IX, 256 

Courtship V, 166, 477 

Evolution of Religion Suggested in 

t Poems XVII, B. 113 

Facettes of Love, From I, I 

"Flight of the Duchess," The Art Spirit. .XI, 266 

Folk Poems XI, 608; XII, 105 

Form II, 300 

Funeral II, 55 

Hebraic Sympathies Ill, 250 

Humor II, 421 

Interpretation of Romantic Love VI, 225 



POET LORE INDEX 15 

"Ixion:" An Interpretation of V, 626 

Jews . I, 53 

Jewish Affinities II, 109 

"Jules" and Du Maurier's "Little Billee" . .IX, 575 

"Luria" VI, 251 

Its Story and Its Motive II, 19 

Mesmerism from a Scientific Point of 

View IV, 261 

"Mildred". V, 266 

Musical Erudition XII, 151 

"One Way of Love" (song) IV facing 288 

"One Word More", Dante's Allusions in. .Ill, 533 

Pictures of Chivalry XI, 588 

"Pippa Passes," Performance of by 
Chicago Musical College School of 

Acting XVI, A. 142 

Plays, Stage Production of XIV, C. 115 

Poems of Adventure and Heroism, 

Study Program XI, 403 

Portrait of Napoleon III XII, 80 

Renaissance Pictures in his Poetry. . X, 66 

"Return of the Druses " in Lyric Form . . XVI, A. 23 

"Ring and the Book," Study Program X, 569 

Social Philosophy XI, 418 

"Sordello," Study in the Psychology of 

Childhood VI, 238 

" Statue and the Bust: " A Parable X, 397 

"Strafford" bearing on a Letter to Lord 

Carlisle from Lord Wejitworth. .XVI, B. 139 

Dramatic Motive in V, 515 

Tablet II, 611 

Theology XII, 417 

Tribute to Shakespeare Ill, 213, 216 

Brownlow, E. B., Curiosities in Sonnet Literature Ill, 545 

Sonnets of Sir Thomas Wyatt Ill, 44, 127 

The Tailed Sonnet IV, 454 

The Structure of the Sonnet VIII, 593 

Browsings in Shakespeare XV, C. 70 

Brunanburh, Battle of (Old English Chronicle) Ill, 20 

Brunetiere's French Literature XI, 138 

Bryan, G. S., Pliny's Authors XVIII, 519 

Translator, The Assumption of Hannele XX, 161 



16 POET LORE. INDEX 

Bryant, Frank E., Thrymskwitha XIV, A. 36 

William Cullen, A Forgotten Chapter in the 

Life of XI, 606 

"Thanatopsis", Study Program. VI, 520 
Bryden, George, The Shakespeare Anniversary at 

Stratford-on-Avon 1,286 

Buckham, James, Some Characteristics of Persian 

Poetry Ill, I 

Robert B., A Case with a Sequel; a For- 
gotten Chapter in Bryant's Life XI, 606 

Buell, Colin S., Banquo, A Study in "Macbeth" XI, 81 

Bulleit, Clarence J., The Wanderer (Anglo-Saxon) . .XVII, D. 96 

Bullock, Amy H. W., The Wooing of Damayanti XVI, B. 51 

Bulthaupte's Interpretation of Hauptmann XVI, B. 117 

Burden of Lost Prophets XXV, 370 

Burne-Jones on Humanity XVI, A. 135 

Burnet, F. D., Translator (with E. W. Olmsted) : The 

Fountain of Satyr XXI, 88 

Burns, Robert, Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

"Mary in Heaven" Study Program. . . .VI, 213 

The Religion of VII, 57 

Burpee, Lawrence J., Isabella Valancy Crawford: A 

Canadian Poet XIII, 575 

Burr, Jr., Charles H., "Hamlet" Once More Ill, 615 

Burroughs, John, A Boston Criticism of Whitman IV, 392 

Whitman and his Art V, 63 

Burton, Richard, Renaissance Pictures in Browning's 

Poetry ,VI 66 

The Democratic and Aristocratic in 

Literature VIII, 57, 129 

The Oldest English Lyric V, 57 

The Quest of Summer IX, I 

The Soubrette XI, 13 

Butterfly, The (Play) XXI, 401 

Byron, Lord, Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

By June Seas XIII, 348 

Ourselves.' XXIII, i 

The Fireside VIII, 272 

Cabell, Mrs. W. D., Translator: Payment Time 

Bourget XI, 479 

Caine's Hall, The Christian IX, 606 



POET LORE INDEX 17 

Caldron, The, Pelleas and Melisande in Boston. . . .XXIII, 302 

Caldwell, Eleanor B., Pulse of Spring XI 'I, 321 

Mary Grace, A Study of the Sense Epithets of 

Shelley and Keats X, 573 

Caliban and Ariel Ill, 190 

upon Setebos, Study Program X, 103 

Call of Modern Tragedy XV, A. 130 

Canby, Henry Seidel, The Myths of Mary XX, 146 

Caponsacchi I, 269 

Carbery, Ethna, The Poetry of XIX, 225 

Carducci, Giosue, An Appreciation, A Poet of Italy. .XVI, B. 67 

Cardwill, Mary E., Hecate in "Macbeth" X, 532 

Carlyle, Thomas, Centenary of VIII, 54 

Unpublished Letter Ill, 48 

Carmen, Bliss, Above the Gaspereau IX, 321 

At the Road House VII, 397 

Collected Works XVII, D. 124 

In Grand Pre Garden XIV, A. I 

In Present Day Poets XII, 307 

The Deserted Inn XIII, 129 

Carpenter, Frank Ives, Study of Literature VI, 279 

Carrington, Hereward, Omar Khayyam and Mysticism . XIX, 458 

Carruth, W. H. Great Poets or Great Poems XVII, 378 

The Nibelungenlied XVII, A. 119 

Gary, F. M., "Timon of Athens" Ill, 539 

Casey, John, From the Book of Visions XXV, 251 

Casson, Lewis, Steps towards a Civic Theatre XXII, 212 

Castro, Eugenio de, The Fountain of the Satyr XXI, 88 

Gather, Willa Sibert, I h'ave no House for Love to 

Shelter Him XVI, B. 50 

Sketch of Life XIV, D. 113 

Cawein, Madison, Sketch of Life XIV, D. 115 

The Elfin Garden XXV, 602 

Cenas, Heloise, Translator: To My Reader Prud'- 

homme XV, B. 139 

Centaur, The Song of the XIII, 248 

Century's St. Martin's Summer, The V, 456 

Chadwick, John White, Browning's Luria VI, 251 

Chains, The XVI, D. 78 

Chambered Nautilus, The VI, 570 

Chamberlayne, E. S., Mr. Howell's Philosophy and 

"The Son of Royal Langbrith". .XVI, C. 144 



18 POET LORE INDEX 

Channing, Blanche Mary, The Song of the Centaur XIII, 248 

Thought-Bearing XIV, B. 113 

Chanson of Henry IV ^ I, 547 

Charlton, J., Browning Memorial Notes II, 100 

Character Writing in English Literature XXIII, 42 

Characteristics of Philosophy and Literature XXIV, 122 

Chariot of Fire '. XIII, I 

Charles Pelham, Sportsman: His Holiday VII, 491 

Charon and the Souls IX, 353 

Chat about Boston Writers XIV, B. 17 

Chatterton IV, 593 

Chaucer, Geoffrey, An Unknown Poem Ill, 276 

Ballad to Ill, 349 

Is [he] Irreligious IV, 537 

Questions II, 136 

Six Weeks with Ill, 630 

Cheney, Anne Cleveland, Clasped Hands XVII, D. 102 

My Dream XVII, D. 102 

Chicago vs New York as a Dramatic Center XXII, 151 

Child, Theodore, French Version of the "Willow Song" . . .1, 172 

Hamlet in Paris II, 557 

Othello in Paris :...!, 301, 362 

Child by the Sea XVI, B. 46 

in the House, The (Play) XXIV, 433 

of To-day The, His Book XXV (insert after) 160 

"Childe Roland" II, 578; XXIV, 53 

Its Danish Source IV, 425 

Queries Answered I, 91, 140 

The Mood of XI, 626 

To the Dark Tower came XIII, 262 

Children of Homer, The XXIV, 338 

of the Sun, The (Drama) XVII, B. i 

Chintamini (Symbolic Drama) XXV, 144 

Chivalry, Days of I, 583 

Browning's Pictures of XI, 588 

"Christabel" contrasted with "Lamia" VI, 32 

Christiansen, Einar, A Modern Danish Romantic Poet VI, 301 

Christmas Carol, A IX, 33 

Greeting, A XII, 41 

Magazines and Literary Decay V, 39 

Orgy, The IV, 49 

Tide Poems IX, 31 



POET LORE INDEX 19 

Chronicle, A XXV, 255 

Chubb, Edwin Watts, Shakespeare's Influence on 

Goethe XVI, A. 65 

Cipher in Shakespeare, No I, 291 

City of the Heart Desire XVII, A. 94 

Civic Theatre XXIII, 320 

Experiments in Massachusetts XXIII, 294 

Clark, Elizabeth M., Study of Rhymes in Browning. . . .II, 481 

Clarke, C. Cowden, Letter of I, 446 

Helen A., A Course in Shakespeare. .XIV A, 117; XIV, 

B. 151 

American Poetry of the Past year XIII, 299 

A Modern Apollo and the Fates Ill, 518 

An "Abt Vogler" Query and Answer II, 28. 

A New Willow Song I, 27 

"Analytics of Literature" Again, The. .V, 529 
Antony and Cleopatra Study 

Program XX, 315 

A Scientist's Arguments for the 

Infinite XI, 309 

A Sketch of the Prometheus Myth in 

Poetry IV, 135 

Ask Not One Least Word of Praise 

(Music) Ill, 258 

Athenaeum Reviews Ill, 528 

Barrie's "Peter Pan" XVII, D. 21 

Books Here and There XIII, 299 

of Criticism V, 469 

Literary and Aesthetic Criticism. VI, 362 

on Tennyson V, 630; IX, 138 

Browning as others see Him VIII, 265 

Books Ill, 366 

The Cambridge Edition VIII, 271 

Brunetiere's "French Litera- 
ture" XI, 138 

Charlotte Perkins Stetson as a 

Philosopher and Poet XI, 124 

Choice Books of the Years: A Group 

of Essays XII, 586 

"Come Away Death" (Music). Ill, 212 
Courthope's Latest Contribution to 



20 POET LORE INDEX 



Poetical Criticism, Part One. . .XIII, 590 

Two. XIV, A. 122 

Defence of Browning's Later Work. XII, 284 
Emerson as an Exponent of the Beautiful 

in Poetry V, 353 

Emerson's Last Volume VI, 93 

Enterprises Private and Public for 

improving the American Stage , XVII, A. 1 3 5 

Essays VII, 625 

Hall Caine's Last Book IX, 606 

If I were God : .X 139 

"In Memoriam" Study Program V, 574 

Interpretation of Browning's "Ixion" ... .V, 626 

Januarie frontspiece, IV 

Life and Letters XIV, B.I; XVIII, 41 4, 534 

"Love's Labor's Lost," Study Program 

XIV B. 151 

"Lowly" Poets IX, 298 

"Macbeth," Study Program XX, 229 

Maeterlinck and Sharp VII, 157 

Meditations in Motley VII, 34 

Mr. Dodge's Mystery of the West. XVII, D. 112 
Mr. Newell's "The Table Round". . . .X, 309 

Mrs. Moulton's O'Shaughnessy VII, 211 

Musical Symbolism in Browning .... Ill, 260 

My Star (Music for) I, 349 

New Books of the Season: American 

Verse VI, 620 

New Edition of Poe VII, 519 

New Volumes of Literary Essays. . . .VII, 625 

Notable American Verse IV, 580 

Notes on American Verse. . IX 126, 445; X, 134 

Notes on New Editions VIII, 6n 

on Recent Fiction VIII 3 41, 457, 617 

One Way of Love (Music) IV facing 288 

"Othello" Study Program XX, 394 

"Paracelsus" and "The Data of 

Ethics" I, 117 

"Pippa Passes," and "Pippa Dances". .XX, 122 
Poetry of Louise Chandler Moulton, 

The XII, 114 

Reading Course for a Young Poet IX, 118 



POET LORE INDEX 21 

Recent American Poetry. . .II, 427; III, 639 

Verse.. V, 375, VI, 204; VIII, 

95, 370; XVI, D. 152 

Books on Classical Subjects. . . .VI, 45 

Stories X, 132 

Repetition and Parallelism in English 

Verse VII, 458 

Review of American Verse VII, 566 

of Three Dramas by American Writers 

V, 97 
Some American Poets X, 591 

Modern Portuguese Sonnets. . . .VI, 518 

Stedman's American Anthology XII, 606 

Sun Symbolism in Browning XI, 55 

The Beginnings of Art IX, 615 

The Life of the Spirit in the Modern 

English Poet VII, 455 

The Music Lover's Calendar XVII, D. 122 

The Playreader XXIII, 155, 300 

The Rossettis X, 298 

Survival of the Essay IX, 431 

The Throstle Song (Music) I, 510 

"Twelfth Night," Study Program XVI, A. 124, 
"King Lear" " " B. 127 

Two Volumes of American Verse VI, 465 

Value of Contemporary Judgment V, 201 

Victor's Hugo's Letters IX, 141 

Wordsworth and the Coleridges, 

Lowell and Tolstoy XI, 425 

Also contributor to Life and Letters, 
Notes, The Library, Study, 
Study Programs, Translations, 
etc. 

Clarke, Hugh A., Browning's Musical Eruditions XII, 151 

"Caliban" Ill, 292 

"Harold", Verse Translation of III, 393 

Music Song from Prometheus. .IV facing 384 

Mary Cowden, Letters of I, 445 

Clasped Hands XVII, D. 102 

Classical Subjects, Recent Books on VI, 43 

Claudia's Garden VIII, 478 



22 POET LORE INDEX 

"Clematis and Ivy" Extracts from unpublished 

Letters of George EliotVI, I, 57, 182 

"Cleon," Discussion of , Ill, 294 

Study Program X, 103 

"Cleopatra," A Criticism II, 655 

Dramas I, 489 

of Tragedy, The X, 514 

Cleaveland, Jr., Treadwell, Two Aesthetic Moods, 

i. The Ephemeral; 2. The 

Eternal X, 235 

Cleveland, Lucy, The Egyptian Girl XI, 237 

Clod and the Pebble, The XI, 26 

Cloud, Virginia Woodward, Love Looked Back. . . .XVI, B. 66 

The Beggar's Harp... XV, C. 92 

Clouds of the Sun XV B. 52 

The (Play) - XXI, 417 

Clough and Emerson VI, 348 

Clowns and Fools of Shakespeare's Time VIII, 206 

Coates, Florence Earle, Persephone XIII, 313 

Coblentz, H. E., The Blank Verse of Sohrab and 

Rustram VII, 497 

Coddington, Hester, Alvilde Prydz XXV, 245 

'Translator: A Meeting Prydz. . .XXV, 498 
From the Mountain Top Prydz. XXV, 459 

He is Coming Prydz XXV, 230 

Codicil, The (Drama) XIX, 193 

Cog, I. N. (historian), Annals of a Quiet Browning 

Club VII, 225, 356, 436, 556 

Cohen Mary M., Browning as a member of the Vic- 
torian School XII, 317 

Browning's Hebraic Sympathies Ill, 250 

Emma Lazarus, Woman, Poet, 

Patriot V, 320 

The Source of Browning's Optimism. . . .IV, 567 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Personalia VIII, 100 

Coleridges, The XI, 425 

Coleridge's "Ancient Mariner," The Artistic Devices of . .X, 425 
"Christabel" contrasted with Keats' 

"Lamia" VI, 32 

Collar, Mary Evelyn, A Layman's Impression of 

Pelleas et Melisande XXIII, 158 

Collar, William C., New Ideas in Teaching Literature. .VIII, 449 



POET LORE INDEX 23 

"Colombe's Birthday" by the Julia Marlowe-Taber 

Company VII, 32 

Colonial Poets, Early XIII, 80 

Prose and Poetry XIII, 597 

Colton, Arthur W., The First English Essayist: 

Walter Map V, 537 

The Saturnalia XIX, 90 

"Come Away, Death," (Song) Ill, 212 

Comedy of Errors, Modern I, 203 

the Exile XVII, A. 51 

"Come Live With Me" (Music) II, 532 

Common Street, The XXII, 160 

Comparative Studies IV, 91, 148, 516 

Conant, Martha Pike, Giordano Bruno, Martyr and 

Idealist XVII, B. 91 

Lucy Scarborough, Group of Sea Poems VIII, 476 

In Asolo XVIII, 247 

Concord School of Dramatic Art XIII, 457 

Cone, Helen Gray, The Common Street XXII, 160 

Consummation VII, 453 

Contemporary French Novelists XI, 431 

Judgment, The Value of V, 201 

Women Poets in Italy XVI, A. 141 

Writers Series: 

I. Louise Chandler Moulton. .XII, 114 

II. Louise Imogen Guiney. .XIII, 287 

III. Rudyard Kipling. .. .XIV, A. 84 

Converse, Florence, Shelley's Influence on Browning. . .VII, 18 
Cook, Albert S., Literary Factors in Tennyson's 

"St. Agnes' Eve" Ill, 10 

Literary Genealogy of Tennyson's 

"Ulysses"..., 111,499 

New Ideas in Teaching Literature VIII, 567 

Grace Louise, Charles Pelham, sportsman: 

His Holiday.... VII, 491 

Cooke, George Willis XIV, A. facing I 

Browning as a Religious Teacher. .II, 333 
Browning's Interpretation of 
Romantic Love Compared 

to Plato, Dante, Petrarch VI, 225 

The Future is Better than the 

Past XIV, A. 105 



24 POET LORE INDEX 

The Poetic Limitations of 

"Sordello" IV, 612 

Copyright Law, Our So-called IV, 15^ 

Cordia (Drama) XIX, 165 

"Corinne," Study Program XIII, 430 

"Coriolanus," Moral Proportion and Fatalism in VIII, 86 

Corson, E. R., Adam, Lilith and Eve VIII, 278 

Browning Note, A VII, 223 

Hiram, Browning's "Sagacious Swede" VI, 373 

Light on a curious Allusion in "The 

Ring and the Book" VI, 248 

The Aims of Literary Study. . .VI, 386, 473, 536 

The Cost of a Poet VII, 259 

Cost of a Poet, The VII, 259 

Cosulich, Gilbert, Tito, The Unresisting XXIV, 339 

"Count Gismond" VIII, 272 

Country Ramble, A XIII, 355 

Courthope's Last Contribution to Poetical Criticism. XIII, 590 
Latest Contribution to Literary Criti- 
cism XIV, A. 122 

Cowan, Alice Gray, Translator: 

El Miserere Becczner XV, B. 25 

Cowell, Harry, San Francisco under Stress XVII, C. 73 

Cowles, Florence Earle, Dreyfus X, 335 

Longing X, 25 

Cramp, Helen, Social Theories and Art in Modern 

Drama XXII, 141 

Crane, William Ward, The Allegory in "Hamlet". . . .Ill, 565 

Crawford, Isabella Valancy, A Canadian Poet XIII, 575 

Crazy Mary XXV, 252 

Creditor, The (Tragic Comedy) XXII, 81 

Crew, Helen Coale, Twilight in Ireland XXII, 150 

Criticism, Books of V, 469; VI, 362 

Brief Defense of, A VI, 332 

Crittenden, C. L., Translator: 

Birds of Prey De Lisle XVII, D. 89 

Moonlight De Lisle XVII, D, 87 

The Fall of the Stars, De Lisle. .XVII, D. 88 

The Lamp of Heaven De Lisle XX, 158 

The Prairie^-De Lisle XIX, 89 

The Red Star De Lisle XIX, 292 

The Secret of Life De Lisle XX, 80 



POET LORE INDEX 25 

Crockett, Ingram The All Embracing XVII, D. 74 

Cross, Allen Eastman Sonnets from the Portuguese I, 172 

Crowell, Ella, Shakespeare's ' Katharine' and Ibsen's 

'Nora 5 VIII, 192 

Cult of Pierrot, The XIX, 318 

Cummings, Prentiss, Browning's "The Statue and 

the Bust:" A Parable X, 397 

Curel, Francois De, The Beat of the Wing XX, 321 

Cushman, Herbert Ernest, French Enthusiasms 

satirized in Brown- 
ing's "Two Poets of 

Croisic" XI, 382 

"Cymbeline," Study Program X, 276 

The Lesson of Ill, 572 

"Cyrano De Bergerac," What it is and what it is not XI, 118 

Dabney, O. Frederica, A Son of Spain: Jose De 

Espronceda VII, 546 

Dall Caroline A., Comments on Maria Lowell's Poem. . . .X, 22 
Harriet Beecher Stowe's Life and 

Letters X, 579 

Roger Bacon, The Unwilling Cause 

of Baconianism IV, 53 

Damon, Lindsay Todd, The Devil inspires the Monk. . .VII, 301 

Dandridge, Danske XIV, D. 120 

Poe on Happiness XV, D. 108 

Wild Asters XIII, 357 

Dangerous Desire for Growth in a Glass House, The. .XII, 327 

Daniel, S., Sonnets to Delia VIII, 473 

Daniels, E. D., A Cursory Review of Symbolism in 

Maeterlinck's "The Blind" XIII, 554 

D'Annunzio, Gabriele XVIII, 487 

"An Italian Landscape" XVI, C. no 

"Dithyramb" XIV, C. 40 

"The Daughter of Joria" XVIII, I 

The Dream of a Spring Morning XIV, A. 6 

an Autumn Sunset XV, A. 6 

D'Annunzio's Dramas XIX, 215 

Dante's Beatrice XV, 45 

Claim to Poetic Eminence IV, 490 

Imperalism . . .II, 501 

"Das Trunkne Lied" XXI, 416 



26 POET LORE INDEX 

Dead Friend, A. . . . XXV, 254 

Minstrel, The XII, 464 

Death and the Fool (Drama) XXIV, 253 

Death in the Desert, The, Study Program X, 103 

Death of the Due D'Enghien, The (Drama) XX, 401 

De Beer, Taco H., Shakespeare in Dutch I, 259 

Debit and Credit (Play) XVII, C. 28 

Decadence of American Culture: Why? XXIII, 64 

De Castro, Eugenio, The Fountain of the Satyr XXI, 88 

De Curel Francois, The Beat of the Wing XX, 321 

Deed Forborne, A XV, A. 30 

Dehmel, Richard, Longing XXIV, 200 

Many a Night XXIV, 125 

Self Culture '..XXIV, 58 

Venus-Madonna XXIV, 64 

Delano, Aline, Translator: A Hindoo Legend 

Sienkiewicz XV, B. 48 

Summer-Folk Gorki.. .XVI, C. I 

De Lattie, Louis, A Little Sentimental Voyage IX, 186 

De Larmandie Comte Leonce, The Story of J. G. N. 

called "Humilis". . . .XXV, 576 

De Lisle, Adam Villiers, Love of the Natural V I, 388 

Milton's Daughters VII, 601 

The Torture of Hope VI, 303 

Leconte, Birds of Prey XVII, D. 89 

Moonlight XVII, D. 87 

Noon XXIV, 332 

The Fall of the Stars XVII, D. 88 

The Lamp of Heaven XX, 158 

The Prairie XIX, 89 

The Red Star XIX, 292 

The Secret of Life XX, 80 

Democratic Vagaries IV, 100 

Democracy, Whitman's XI, 569 

Demon's Shell, the (Drama) XVII, C. 44 

Densmore, L. C., Translator: The Last Day XIII, 484 

De Porte, J. Vital (with Ray Temple House) Translator : 

The Nymph Gorki XXIV, 368 

"DerRoteHahn" XIV, B. 114 

Deschamps, Eustache, Ballad addressed to Geoffrey 

Chaucer III, 349 

Deserted Inn, The XIII, 129 



POET LORE INDEX . 27 

De Stael's Corinne, "Study Program" XIII, 430 

Deus Benignus Et Natura XXV, 497 

Deutsches Kiinstler Theatre, The XXIII, 303 

De Vellio, Vanjna, My Precious Secret XVII, A. 134 

Devil inspires the Monk, The VII, 301 

Dias, A. Conclaves, Maraba XV, A. 43 

Dickinson, Thomas, Ristori in America XVIII, 243 

Dies Irae XII, 237 

Djinns, The XXII, 146 

Dillman, Willard A Complaint of the Times XIII, 605 

Discouragement IV, 396 

Disloyal Wife in Literature IX, 265 

Dithyramb XIV, C. 40 

Divided II, 193 

Dix, Beulah Marie, A Legend of Saint Nicholas XXV, 473 

Dizaino, From the verse of the Duchess of Roche- 

Guyon XIX, 478 

Dodge, Daniel Kilham, A Modern Danish Romantic 

Poet: Einar Christiansen VI, 301 

Discouragement IV, 396 

Dole, Nathan Haskell, Electric Light Station, The VI, 463 

Emmendation of Pope VIII, 635 

Love at First Sight X, 627 

New Renderings of Omar 

Khayyam X, 293 

Pope's "Essay on Man". .. .VIII, 635 
Pushkin's "Boris Godunof" 

The Closing Episode Ill, 551 

Russian Drama II, 113 

Shakespeare and the Russian 

'Drama I, 497; II, 113 

Spanish Origin of Shakespeare's .VIII, 224 

Stephen Phillip's Rhymes X, 448 

To a Beautiful Nun V, 149 

Translator: Four Days Garshin. .Ill, 297 
What is the Rank of Journal- 
ism in comparison with 
other Literary Work?. . .XIV, C. 14 
''Doll's House," First Translation and Mr. Stedman's 

opinion of it XVI, A. 135 

Dolson's Eugene C., The Authorship of "The Nut 

Brown Maid" XX, 38- 



28 POET LORE INDEX 

Donnelly Ignatius, Letter from I, 586 

Donner, Herman Montague, Sketch of Life XV, A. 140 

Dorchester, Jr. D., The Nature of Poetic Expression V, 81 

Doren, Carl Van, Translator: Judith XXV, 257 

Dorr Julia C. R., When- Spenser Died VII, 183 

Dostsyevski Feodor: A Russian Pietist VI, 309 

Downey June E., Old Earth XI, 354 

Drachmann, Holger, A Present Day Saga VI, 394 

"Renaissance" XIX, 369 

The Whitsunday Fight VII, 405 

Drama (American) A Comedy of the Exile Fiske. .XVII, A. 51 
A Legend of Saint Nicholas Dix. .XXV, 473 

Clouds of the Sun Fiske XV, B, 52 

Cordia Smith XIX, 165 

Jeanne D'Arc at Vaucouleurs 

Hutchins XXI, 97 

Shambles Schnittkind XXV, 559 

The Butterfly Finch XXI, 401 

The Child in the House 

Howard XXIV, 433 

The Gate of Wishes MacMillan . .XXII, 469 

The Wings Peabody XXV, 532 

War Fillmore XXV, 352 

(Bohemian) At the Chasm Vrchlicky XXIV, 289 

The Clouds Kvapil XXI, 417 

The Vengeance of Catullus 

Vrchlicky XXV, 536 

The Witness Vrchlicky XXV, 546 

(Danish) Renaissance Drachmann XXIV, 65 

(Dutch) The Stormbird Roelvink XIX, 369 

Uriel Acosta Gutzow..VII, 6, 83,140, 198, 

263, 333 

(English) Salome Wilde XVIII, 199 

(French) Aglavaine and Selysette Maeter- 
linck XIV,D. ii 

Alladine and Palomides Maeter- 
linck VII, 281 

(French) Forgiveness Le Maitre XXIV, 209 

In Chains Hervieu XX, 81 

In the Shadow of Statues 

Duhamel XXV, 371 

Joyzelle Maeterlinck XVI, B. I 



POET LORE INDEX 29 

Monna Vanna Maeterlinck XV, C. I 

Pelleas and Melisande Maeterlinck. .VI, 413 
The Beat of the Wing DeCurel . . .XX, 321 

The Codicil Ferrier XIX, 193 

The Death of the Due D'Enghien 

Hennique XX, 401 

The Light Duhamel XXV, 161 

The Seven Princesses Maeter- 
linck VI, 29, 87, 150 

The Sightless Maeterlinck ".V, 159, 218, 273, 

442 

Two Husbands Levedan XIX, 207 

(German) Agnes Bernauer Hebbel XX, I 

A Man of the World Von Ebner- 

Eschenbach XXII, 128 

Before Dawn Hauptmann XX, 241 

By Ourselves Fulda . .XXIII, I 

Death and the Fool Von Hof- 

mannsthal XXIV, 253 

Debit and Credit Strindberg. .XVII, C. 28 

Elga Hauptmann XVII, A. I 

Ephraim's Breite Hauptmann. . . .XII, 465 

Hanna Jagert Hartleben XXIV, 369 

Harold Van Wildenbruch Ill, 393 

Heights Goetze XXV, I 

Johannes Sudermann XI, 161 

John Herkner Rosmer XXII, 321 

Judith Hebbel XXV, 257 

Julie Strindberg XXII, 161 

Living Hours Schnitzler. . . .XVII, A. 36 

Maria Magdalena Hebbel XXV, 81 

Morituri: Teias Sudermann IX, 330 

On Probation Dreyer XIV, B. 40 

Sancta Susanna Stramm XXV, 514 

Saint John's Fire Sudermann XV, D I 

Simoon Strindberg XVII, C. 21 

The Assumption of Hannele 

Hauptmann XX, 161 

The Bride of the Moor Stramm. .XXV, 499 

The Creditor Strindberg XXII, 81 

The Duke and the Actress 

Schnitzler XXI, 257 



3 o POET LORE INDEX 

The Forest Warden Ludwig. .XXIV, 129 
The Lady with the Dagger 

Schnitzler XV, B. I 

The Legacy Schnitzler XXII, 241 

The Master of Palmyra Wil- 

brandt XIII, 160 

The Outcast Strindberg XVII, 8 

The Reconcilation Hauptmann XXI, 337 

The Rosenhagens Halbe XXI, I 

The Stronger Strindberg XVII, A. 47 

The Sunken Bell Hauptmann X, 161 

The Three Heron's Feathers 

Sudermann XII, 161 

The Wages of War Wiegand- 

Scharrelman XIX, 29 

Twilight Rosmer XXIII, 369 

(Hindu) Chintamini Ghose XXV, 144 

(Icelandic) Sword and Crozier Einarsson. . .XXIII, 225 

The Marriage Hyde XX, 135 

The Sidhe of Ben Mor Sawyer. XXI, 300 
The Twisting of the Rope Hyde .XVI, A. 12 

(Irish) Riders to the Sea Syng XVI, A. i 

(Italian) Phantasms Bracco XIX, 241 

The Daughter of Joria d'- 

Annunzio XVIII, i 

The Dream of a Spring Morning 

d'Annunzio XIV, A. 6 

The Dream of an Autumn Sunset 

d'Annunzio XV, A. 6 

The Hidden Spring Bracco. .. .XVIII, 143 

(Japanese) Kanawa XVIII, 222 

The Demon's Shell XVII, C. 44 

The Melon Thief XV, A. 40 

(Norwegian) A Glove Bjornson. .IV, 7, 70, 128, 204, 

254, 332 

He is Coming Prydz XXV, 230 

When the New Wine Blooms 

Bjornson XXII, i 

(Russian) A Night's Lodging Gorki XVI, D. 3 

For Happiness- Pshibishevsky XXIII, 81 

Fortune Favors Fools Nardony . .XXIII, 305 



POET LORE INDEX 31 

King Hunger Andreyev (Andreieff ) 

XXII, 401 

Summer-FolkGorki XVI, C. i 

The Children of the Sun Gorki. .XVII, B. I 

The Sea Gull Tchelkof XXIV, i 

The Smug Citizen Gorki XVII, D. i 

To the Stars Andreieff (Andreyev) 

XVIII, 417 

(Spanish) The Grandfather Galdos XXI, 161 

Madman or Saint Echegaray. . .XXIII, 161 
The Madman Divine Echegaray. .XIX, I 

Drama and Poetry, Recent German XVIII, 123 

German, and Pippa Dances Hauptmann. .XVIII, 289 

in Relation to Truth VII, 149 

League of America XXIII, 149 

Origin of XIII, 603 

Realistic II, 33 

Taliesin: A Masque VIII, I, 63, 292 

The Dying I, 527 

The Irish Literary XVI, A. 40 

The Technique of the VII, 214 

Dramas A Review of Three by American Writers V, 97 

d'Annunzio XIX, in, 215 

of M. Paul Hervieu XIV, C, 79; XV, A. 77 

of New England V, 371 

Recent Poetic, Phillips' "Ulysses" XIV, A. 128 

Dramatic Criticism XXIV, 201 

Sentiment and Tennyson's Plays VIII, 512 

Dream and the Business XXIV, 126 

of a Spring Morning, The XIV, A. 6 

of a Tourney, A XI, 476 

of an Autumn Sunset (Drama) XV, A. 6 

of the Holy Rood II, 371 

Dreams, The Elect of VIII, 281 

The Literature of VIII, 233 

Dreyfus X, 335 

Dreyer, Max, On Probation XIV, B. 40 

Drury, Mary R., A Fable XIV, D. 65 

Dryfus R., Titus Andronicus Ill, 539 

Duffield, C. W., "Unreason of a She-Intelligence" Ill, 45 

Dugdale, Jennie Bard The Grave of Edgar Allan Poe . .XI, 583 
Duhamel, Georges XXV, 204 



32 POET LORE INDEX 

In the Shadow of the Statues XXV, 371 

The Light XXV, 161 

The Prison in Spring XXV, 460 

Duke and the Actress, The (Play) XXI, 257 

Du Maurier's "Little Billee" and Browning's "Jules". .IX, 575 

Dunbar, Mary Louise, Pastoral Poetry XVIII, 265 

Translator : Noon De Lisle. .XXIV, 332 

Duncan, Isadora, Priestess XXI, 480 

Dunning, Homer N., Translator: The Enchanted 

Garden XXII, 319 

Durand, The Fabliau of the Three Hunchbacks .. XXI V, 333 

(After the Mediaeval French of) . . 
Durdik, Pavee, with Josef Jifi Krai, Translator: 

" Hamlet and Don Quixote " 

Turgeniev IV, 169 

During the Riot V, 603 

Duse's Magda VIII, 557 

Dutch and Flemish Poets, Modern XIII, 386 

Du Val, Marita, "Here's to the Little Gentleman in 

Black Velvet" XVI, A. 56 

Dwarf, The Green IX, 479 

"Each and All", Study Program VI, 273 

Earll, M. A., Faust Problem: What was theHomun- 

culus XIII, 269 

Easton, Morton W., Tendencies of English and 

French Literature during 

the Elizabethan Period I, 157 

Ebner-Eschenbach, Marie von, A Man of the World. .XXII, 128 

Echegaray Jose XX, 218 

Madman or Saint XXIII, 161 

Samper's Sonnet on XX, 228 

Some Aspects of XXI, 234 

Spanish Statesman, Dramatist, Poet. XII, 405 

The Madman Divine XIX, I 

Eckert, Lawrence Ida, The Louisiana Purchase, 

Exposition Ode XV, C. 113 

Eclipse of Seriousness in Contemporary Literature IX, 36 

Edgren, Hjalmar, Antecedents of Longfellow's 

"Robert of Sicily" XIV, B. 127 

Translator: Ibsen's "On the High- 
lands" XIII, 335 



POET LORE INDEX 33 

Editions, New VIII, 611 

Egge, Albert E., Translator: 

The Lay of Thrym (from the Old 

Norse of Elder Edda) XXII, 309 

Egyptian Girl, The XI, 237 

Einarsson Indridi: Icelandic Dramatist and his Saga 

Drama XXIII, 284 

Sword and Crozier XXIII, 225 

Eiseman Fred, Translator 

The Sea Gull Tchekkof XXIV, i 

Electric-Light Station, The VI 463 

Elder, L. W., A Philosophical Note on "King John". .XXII, 314 

Shakespeare's Political Philosophy XXI, 483 

Elenaki IX, 355 

Elfin Garden, The XXV, 602 

Elga (Drama) XVII, A i 

Eliot, George, Extracts from" Clematis and Ivy" 

Unpublished Letter VI, I, 57, 182 

Elizabethan Literature I, 101 

Lyrics VII, 213 

Novelist IX, 47 

Women XII, 392 

"Eliza's Golden Time, In Great" V, 431 

Ellis F. S., On "The House of the Wolfings" I, 583 

Elmendorf, Marion L., A Recent Renaissance II, 401, 449 

El Miserere XV,B. 25 

Elmquist, A. Louis, Translator: Song Topelius XXIV, 207 

Emerson, Oliver F., Antony and Cleopatra II, 71, 125, 188 

Octavius II, 516 

Ralph Waldo X, 76 

and Clough VI, 348 

A Poem in honor of XIV, C. 19 

as an Exponent of the 

Beautiful in Poetry V, 353 

Sterling Letters X, 143 

The Friendship of Whitman and. VII, 71 
Two Unpublished Letters by .XIV, A. 104 

Emerson's "Brahma" and the "Bhagavad Gita" I, 253 

"Circles" Study Program X, 284 

"Each and All" Study Program VI, 273 

Last Volume VI, 93 

Mystic Verse, Clews to XI, 243; XII, 71, 270 



34 POET LORE INDEX 

Poems? What Bearing Have Their Titles 

on XIV, C 65 

"Self Reliance" Study Program XIV, A. ill 

"World Soul" VI, 348 

Enchanted Garden, The XXII, 319 

Ende, Amelia von Among the German Writers XVIII, 481 

German-American Literature . .XVII, C. 108 
German Drama, Poetry and 

Fiction XIX, 120 

Recent Poetry and Drama XVIII, 123 

Works by German Writers. XVIII, 

404 
The Ethical Message of Richard 

Hovey's Poem in Dramas XX, 69 

The German Book World XVIII, 280 

Translator: The Dawn Viele- 

Griffin XXII, 398 

The Wages of War Wiegand and 

Scharrelmann. XIX, 129 

Walt Whitman and Arno Holz. .XVI, B. 61 
English and German Literature in the Eighteenth 

Century II, 57, 169 

Early Prize for the Study of I, 154 

Hexameter XXIII, 139 

Life and Literature, Study Program II, 489 

Literature, Bibliography of New Publica- 
tions Ill, 541, 597 

Character Writing in XXIII, 42 

During the Elizabethan Period .... I, 157 

in America, A Word on I, 210 

The Evolution of Woman in X, 242 

of Lafcadio Hearn, The XVI, A. S3 

Enterprises, Private and Public for Improving the 

American Stage XVII, A. 135 

Epic, Our Anglo-Saxon VI, 565 

Epigram and Its Greatest Master, Martial, The XVI, D. 67 

Life XXIII, 79 

Ephraim's Breite (Drama) -. XII, 465 

Epilogues of Browning IV, 57 

"Epistle" Spider Allusions in I, 518 

Epitaph X, 629 



POET LORE INDEX 35 

Erinna to Sappho XXIV, 199 

"Es Lebe Das Leben" XIV, B. 114 

Essay, The Survival of the IX, 431 

Essayist, The First English V, 537 

Essays VII, 625 

Essentials of Literary Appreciation, Some XX, 390 

Euripides, Does Browning's "Alkestis" interpret 

[it] Fairly VIII, 425 

"Evangeline," A Product of Swedish Influence? Is XIX, 301 

An Unpublished Letter from Long- 
fellow on XIV A. 108 

Evans F. C, Translator: 

Art Gautier XX, 399 

Songs from "Le Bonne Chanson," 

Verlaine XVI, D. 80 

The Death of the Due D'Enghien 

Hennique XX, 401 

Eventide XXIII, 368 

Everett, Charles Carroll, "Sordello" 

The .Hero as Man VIII, 313 

Poet VIII, 243 

Robert Iphys, Icarus XV, D. 71 

Love's Banquet XV, B. facing 18 

The Call of Modern Tragedy .XV, A. 130 

The Hushed Strain XV, A. 39 

Evolution of "Hamlet" Criticism, The XV, A. 87 

of Religion as suggested in Browning's 

Poems XVII, B. 113 

Ewing, Jr. Thomas, Translator: 

Horace's: Epode XI XXI, 415 

Ode I: 5 XXII, 222 

II: 16 XXII, 145 

IV: 7 XXIII, 80 

Satire, I, IX XXI, 149 

to His Wine Jug XXI, 487 

Eyes in Shakespeare I, 479 

Fable, A XIV, D. 65 

Fabliau of the Three Hunchbacks, The XXIV, 333 

Facettes of Love from Browning I, I 

Faded Leaves (from the Norse) Ill, 311 

Failure X, 234 



36 POET LORE INDEX 

Fairy Rhythms, Shakespeare's I, 30 

Faithless, The XVIII, 533 

Fall of the Angels II, 251 

Stars, The XVII, D. 88 

Falstaff, was he Immoral II, 142 

Why [he] dies in "Henry V" VIII, 330 

Falstaff's Death I, 34-6 

Farquahar, Gentle George VI, 406 

Farwell, Arthur, The Artistic Possibilities of Indian 

Myths XV, A. 46 

Fate: A Parable XVII, C. 103 

Faust A. B., Friedrich Spielhagen: The Veteran Ger- 
man Novelist XVI, D. 131 

"Faust" Problem, A: What was the Homunculus XIII, 269 

The Essence of Goethe's IV, 504 

Study Program XV, B. 140 

Favorites of Fortune VIII, 377 

Fawcett, Edgar, Lincoln Loquitur XI, 528 

Fay, Frances C., Translator: 

Forgiveness Lemaitre. .XXIV, 209 
Feipel, Louis N., A Perennial Witticism vs A Shakes- 

perean Crux XXIII, 341 

Ferishtah's Fancies Ill, 379 

Ferrier Paul, The Codicil XIX, 193 

Ficke, Arthur Davidson, Translator: The Stormbird 

Roelvink XXIV, 65 

Fiction, Notes on Recent VIII, 41, 657, 617 

The Primitive Man in Modern XIX, 212 

Fidelity XVIII, 413 

Field, Louise Maunsell, The Happy Ending XVII, A. 97 

The Motherless Heroine XVII, D. 99 

Fillmore, J. E., War XXV, 523 

Finch, Lucine, The Butterfly XXI, 401 

Fireflies: A Little Reverie VIII, 376 

Firkins, Oscar W-, Poetry and Prose in Life and 

Literature XV, C. 77 

The Paradoxical Ethics of Brown- 
ing XXIII, 348 

The Supernatural in Two Recent 

Plays XX,4 3 8 

First American Shakespeare Society II, 534 



POET LORE INDEX 37 

Fisher, Katharine Rolston, The Woman Egoist, 

Meredith's "Cecilia" XXIV, 113 

Fiske Isabella Howe, Clouds of the Sun XV, B. 52 

Comedy of the Exile XVII, A 51 

Flame XVII, C. 94 

Justice XVII, C. 95 

Poetry and a Courageous 

Publisher XV, A. 113 

The Life of the Bee XIV, C. 59 

The Stirrups of Eros XVI, B. 76 

To a Child XVII, C. 96 

What Flush might have said XIII, 607 

Fitzgerald, Caroline "Venetia Victrix" I, 379 

Edward, Letters and Literary Remains of . . . .1, 447 

Flame XVII, C 94 

Flame of Life, The Symbolism of the XVI, C. 112 

"Flammantia-Moenia Mundi" XVII, B. 86 

Fleay, F. G., Annals of Shakespeare's "Fellow:" Rob- 
ert Armin I, 507 

Gentle Will, Our Fellow V, 7, 72, 129, 183, 254, 

414.505.564,612 
Story of Shelley's Life in his "Epipsy- 

chidion" II, 225 

Fleischer, Charles, Leadership Autocratic, Obse- 
quious, Fraternal XIV, B. 133 

Flemish and Dutch Poets, Modern XIII, 386 

"Flight of the Duchess"; Art Spirit in Browning's XI, 266 

Florer, Warren Washburn, Hillingenlei XVIII, 377 

Recent German Criticism: 

Herman Sudermann XVI, C. 116 

Fogazzaro, Antonio, Italian Literature XVIII, 133 

Folio, Frank, Bookish Bits I, i6o;II, 246, 298, 392,445, 587, 389; 

III, 98 

First Performance of "King John" Ill, 487 

Folk Poems, Browning's Study Program XII, 105 

Fool on a Roof XXV, 53 

Ford, Harriet, "Andrea Del Sarto": A Painter's Poem. .IV, 144 
Browning right about the Riccardi 

Palace Ill, 648 

Julia Ellsworth, A. E., The Neo-Celtic Mystic . .XVI, D. 82 
Forest Warden, The (Tragedy) XXIV, 129 



38 POET LORE INDEX 

Forgiveness (Play) XXIV, 209 

A VIII, 272 

Forgotten Art, A XIX, 488 

For Green is Hope (from the Norse) Ill, 315 

For Happiness (Drama) XXIII, 81 

"Forster's" Life of Strafford Is it Forster's or Browning's VI, 555 

Fortune Favors Fools (Musical Comedy) XXIII, 305 

Foster,' Nancy K., A word for Rossetti XXI, 322 

Fountain of the Satyr XXI, 88 

Four Days (from the Russian of Vasevold Garshin) III, 297 

Lyrics XXV, 254 

"Fra Lippo Lippi" . VIII, 586 

France, Anatole, M. Pigeonneau's Inadvertent 

Romance XI, 128 

Travel in Old XI, 436 

Fray Luis De Leon to his Pupil XXII, 79 

Freedom, A Dream of V, 382 

to Write and to Print II, 529 

French Curio, A XIII, 459 

Enthusiasm satirized in Browning's "Two 

Poets of Croisic" XI, 382 

Literature during the Elizabethan Period I, 157 

Poets and Novelists, Current XVIII, 113 

Writers on Americans I 396 

Frenzel, Karl, On the Berlin Theatre XII, 571 

Frey, A. R., First Shakespeare Society Records II, 534 

Frier Bacon and Frier Bungay: Performance of by 

University of Illinois XVI, B. 142 

Frithiof the Bold, Story of XII, 353 

From an Unpublished Sequence XXV, 226 

the Book of Visions XXV, 251 

Mountain Top XXV, 459 

"Nornad Palaces" XVI,D. 78 

Fruit, John Phelps, Shakespeare's Egoism I, 406 

The Destiny of Marriage: Portia 

and the Caskets Ill, 69 

The Obsession of Edgar Allan Poe. .XII, 42 
The Rationale of the Short Story 

According to Poe XVI, A. 57 

Fryer, Eugene M., Beyond the Gate: De Quincey and 

Kipling's Misquitta XXII, 317 



POET LORE INDEX 39 

Hewlett and Hearn: Two Types of 

Orientalists XVIII, 478 

Fuchs, Reinhold, The New Star XX, 479 

Fulda Ludwig, By Ourselves XXIII, I 

Fuller, Margaret, and her Friends '. VIII, 155 

Permanent Influence of VII, 377 

The Critical Work of VII, 477 

The- Memorial XIII, 457 

Furness, Horace Howard, "Hamlet" Prize Questions .. Ill, 153 

Hanging a Wolf ("Merchant 

of Venice") Ill, 655 

Text of Shakespeare Ill, 335 

The Meaning of "Talents" in 

a "Lover's Complaint". .Ill, 196 

The Study of Shakespeare. . . .1, 109 

Variorum Shakespeare. . . .1, 249 

Future is Better than the Past XIV, A. 105 

Gaelic, Three Songs from the XXV, 140 

Galdos, Perez, The Grandfather XXI, 161 

Gallagher, Katie L., Browning and Ibsen Ill, 108 

"Julius Caesar" and "Straiford". . II, 214 
Gannett, William Channing, "Idylls of 'the King," 

suggestions to Study XIII, 588 

"InMemoriam", Suggestions 

to Study XIII, 284 

Garborg, Arne (Scandinavian Author) Ill, 35 

Garden of Love, The XI, 26 

The Elfin XXV, 602 

Gardiner, Fanny Hale, A Spanish Poet Laureate: 

Jose Zorilla X, 506 

Echegaray: Spanish States- 
man, Dramatist, Poet XII, 405 

Garshin, Vasevold, Four Days Ill, 297 

The Dangerous Desire for 

Growth in a Glass House XII, 327 

Gates of Wishes (Play) XXII, 469 

Gautier, Theophile, Art XX, 399 

Gaw, Chaken, Modern American Literature IX, 122 

Genesis XIX, 317 

Gentle Will, Our Fellow, V. 7, 72, 129, 183, 254, 414, 505, 

564, 612 



40 POET LORE INDEX 

George Eliot's Romola XIII, 281 

German-American Literature XVII, C. 108 

Book World, The XVIII, 280 

Criticisms, Recent XVI, B. 117, C. 116 

Drama, Poetry and Fiction XIX, 120 

Fairytale Contest, The XVII, D. 109 

Literature during the Past Year IX, 284 

Ibsen's influence upon XVII, A. 112 

in Eighteenth Century II, 57, 169 

Modern XVI, C. 12 

Poetry and Criticism II, 266 

Drama XVIII, 123 

Romance and Longfellow XVII, A. 59 

Writers, Among the XVIII, 481 

of America XVI, C. 138 

Recent Works by XVIII, 404 

Germanic Myths, Hauptmann's Treatment of XVIII, 89 

Germond, George, Lines sent with a Copy of the 

Rubaiyat XVII, C. 116 

Songs of the Wilderness XV, D. 72 

Gertha's Lovers X, 337 

Ghose, Gorisk C., Chintamini XXV, 144 

Gideon, Henry L., The Caldron; Pelleas and Meli- 

sande in Boston XXIII, 157 

Richard W., Songs of Sunrise IX, 407 

Giordano Bruno, Martyr and Idealist XVII, B. 91 

Giuffre, J., Thee Only.: XVII, A. 134 

Glance at Lord Oraiont and His Aminta, A XXII, 137 

Glennie, J. S. Stuart, Chivalry and Woman I, 583 

Shakespeare as a Citizen II, i 

Glimpses of Present Day Poets. XI, 610; XII, 305; XIII, 

527; XIV, D. 113; XV, A. 131, B. 149 

Glove, A (Drama) IV, 7, 70, 128, 204, 254, 332 

Glover, A. Kingsley, Early Colonial Poets XIII, 80 

Goddard, Henry P., Horatio as a Friend VII, 203 

The Lesson of "Cymbeline" Ill, 572 

God, If I were X, 139 

The Idea of, in "The Sun" Ill, 254 

Goethe, An Appeal to celebrate his isoth Birthday XI, 159 

Goethe, Shakespeare's Influence on XVI, A. 65 



POET LORE INDEX 41 

Goethe's "Faust" and the Book of Job, Study Pro- 
gram XV, B. 140 

Disputed Authorship I, 152 

Essence of IV, 504 

Relations to Russian Writers II, 572 

"World Spirit" and the Vishnu 

of the "Bhagavad Gita" I, 401 

Goetze, A., Heights XXV, i 

Golden Bough, The XVIII, 277 

Wedding, A X, 483 

Goodlet, I., A New Word on Shakespeare's Sonnets .... Ill, 505 
Goodwin, Grace Duffield, Two Singers of Sunrise: 

Lanier and Gilder IX, 407 

Mary, Shelley and Goodwin X, 389 

Gorki, Maxim, A Summer Lodging XVI, D. I 

Summer Folk XVI, C. i 

The Children of the Sun XVII, B. I 

The Nymph XXIV, 368 

The Reader XV, B. 33 

The Smug Citizen XVII, D. i 

Gosse's "Northern Studies" Ill, 93 

Goudiss, A., Translator: 

To the Stars Andreyev XVIII, 417 

Graham, H. L., A Bird Anthology from Sill IX, 566 

Some Aspects of Echegaray XXI, 234 

Grandfather, The (Drama) XXI, 161 

Grand Pre Garden, In a XIV, A. i 

Gratz, R. J., Journey of "Childe Roland" II, 578 

Gray's Elegy I, 246, 248 

Great American Poem, A XVII, A. 124 

Great Poets or Great Poems XVII, B. 78 

White Bird, The XXV, 228 

Greater Courage in Ibsen's "Hedda," The XXII, 134 

Greece, Modern Folk Songs and Tales from Modern IX, 253 

Greek Literature, The Aedipus Myth in XI, 102 

Green, Paula, Christian Friedrich Hebbel XXV, 123 

Translator: Maria Magdalena Hebbel . . XXV, 81 
The Forest Warden 

Ludwig XXIV, 129 

Greenslet, Ferris, A Propaganda for Poetry IX, 41 

Grendon, Felix, Some Misconceptions Concerning Shaw. .XX, 376 



42 POET LORE INDEX 

Gridlestone, E. D. Translator, The Norwegian Peasant 

Lad and his Dream Tune Bjornson. . . .V, 52 

Griffiths, L. M., Antonio's Revenge and Hamlet II, 414 

Marston's Shakespearianisms II, 289, 360 

Romeo and Rosaline I, 205 

Shakespearian Qualities of "A 

Kingdom and No King" Ill, 169 

Groff, Alice, Ideals of Beauty in Keats and Browning V, 247 

The Evolution of Women in English 

Literature X, 242 

The True Greatness of Browning I, 470 

Group of Poems, A XVII, C 94, D. 87 

Verse from the Italian XVII, A. 133 

Grummann, Paul H., Gerhart Hauptmann's "Des 

Aime Heinrich" XVI, D. 145 

Gerhart Hauptmann's Dramas. .XXI, 285 
Treatment of Germanic 

Myths XVIII, 89 

Viewpoint in "Und Pippa 

Tantz" XX, 129 

Modern European Dramatists 

I Gerhart Hauptmann XXII, 117 

II Herman Sudermann. .XXII, 195 

III Arthur Schnitzler. .. .XXIII, 25 

IV Max Halbe XXIII, 125 

V August Strindberg....XXIV, 42 
Recent German Criticism. . . .XVI, B. 117 
Sudermann and Hauptmann 

and Their Latest Plays: 

"Es Lebe Des Leben"; 

"Der Rote Hahn" XIV, B. 114 

The Motivation of Wagner's 

"Parsifal" XVI, C. 123 

Translator" Longing, " 

Dehmel XXIV, 200 

"Many a Night" 

Dehmel XXIV, 125 

Self Culture Dehmel. . . .XXIV, 58 
The Rosenhagens Halbe. . . .XXI, I 

Twilight Rosmer XXIII, 369 

Venus-Madonna Dehmel. XXIV, 64 



POET LORE INDEX 43 

Guiney, Louise Imogen, Characteristics of the Work of .XIII, 287 

Gentle George Farquhar VI, 406 

In Present Day Poets XII, 306 

Giitzkow, Karl, Uriel Acosta VII, 6, 83, 140, 198, 263, 333 

G. W. C., Social Tendencies XIV, B. 27 C. 23 

Hafiz, The Modernism of VII, 516 

Hafiz, Two Translations XXI, 467 

Haight, Elizabeth Hazelton, A Roman Advocate of the 

Simple Life XVII, A. 78 

Masaevsis' "Hero and 
Leander," A Greek 

Sea Idyl XX, 449 

Tennyson's Use of 

Homeric Material. . .XII, 541 

What is Love XIV, D. 66 

Halbe, Max XXIII, 125 

The Rosenhagens XXI, I 

Halevy Ludovic, During the Riot V, 603 

Hall, Gertrude, The Legends of Saint Cariberte des Ois . XIV, D. I 
Hallam, Arthur Henry, Letters of, on the Tennysons. .VIII, 27 

Halliwell-Phillipps, J. 0., Biography of I, 64 

Funeral and Will of I, 105 

Hallock-Greenewalt, Mary, Pluseon Verbal Rhythm. XVI, B. 79 
Hamblen, Emily S., Kindliness as an Element of 

Faith; Illustrated in Litera- 
ture X, 85 

The Significance of Maeterlinck's 

"Bluebird" XXII, 460 

Hamlet: A Greek Ill, 38 

and Antonio's Revenge II, 414 

Don Quixote IV, 169 

Ophelia, (A Brief for Ophelia) Ill, 569 

a New Query XX, 468 

as a Solar Myth Ill, 214 

Once More Ill, 615 

Prize Questions Ill, 153 

Hamlet, At the Comedie Francaise I, 571 

Bernhardt's XII, 148 

Browsings in IX, 376 

Human Mystery in I, 100 

in Greek I, 54, 151 



44 POET LORE INDEX 

in Paris II, $57 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism VII, 191 

The Real and the Hamlet Oldest of All. . . .XVI, D. no 

Hamlet's Criticism, The Evolution of XX, A. 87 

Hammond, Eleanor P., Lear and His Daughters XXIV, no 

The Artistic Devices of Col- 
eridge's "Ancient Mariner". . .X, 425 

Hanna, Jagert (Drama) XXIV, 369 

Hanrahan, Agnes L., Mauran XXV, 59 

Roses XXV, 58 

Hansson, Ola (Scandinavian Author) Ill, 37 

Hapgood, Norman, Philosophy and Poetry VIII, 471 

Happy Ending, The XVII, A. 97 

Land II, 523 

Hardy, Irene, Browning's "Childe Roland" A Literary 

Parallel and Something More XXIV, 53 

Harnack, Otto, Goethe's Relations to Russian Writers ... II, 572 
Harned, Mary, A Glance at German Literature dur- 
ing the Past Year IX, 284 

Fireflies, A Little Reverie VIII, 376 

Translator: And Pippa Dances, 

Hauptmann XVIII, 289 

Debit and Credit Strindberg . . . .XVII, C. 28 

Early Women Poets of America V, 332 

Elga Hauptmann XVII, A. I. 

Ephraim's Breite Hauptmann XII, 465 

Johannes, i with W. H. Harned :) 

Sudermann XI, 161 

John Herkner Rosmer; XXII, 321, 

Morituri: Teias Sudermann IX, 330 

On Probation Dreyer XIV B. 40 

Shakespeare in Japan Haus-. 

knecht I, 466 

Simoon Strindberg XVII, C. 21 

The Creditor Strindberg XXII, 81 

The Outcast Strindberg XVII, 68 

The Sunken Bell Hauptmann X, 161 

Harned, W. H. (with Mary Harned) Translator: Jo- 
hannes Sudermann. . . XI, 161 

Harold (Drama) Ill, 393 

Harris, W. T., Emerson's "Brahma" and the "Bha- 

gavad Gita" I, 253 



POET LORE INDEX 45 

Goethe's "World Spirit" and the Vish- 
nu of the "Bhagavad Gita" I, 401 

Hartleben, Otto Erich Hanna Jagert XXIV, 369 

Hartmann, C. Sadakichi, Modern Scandinavian Authors. .Ill, 33 

Recent Italian Writers II, 595 

Translator: Faded Leaves 

Kielland Ill, 311 

For Green is Hope Kielland. .Ill, 315 

Hart, Katherine, Such Sarcenet Surety Ill, 113 

Harte, Walter Blackburn, The Eclipse of Seriousness 

in Contemporary Litera- 
ture IX, 36 

The Favorites of Fortune. . .VIII, 377 

The Irony of Progress VIII, 113 

Hatto, The Hermit: A Legend XI, 348 

Hauptmann, Carl, Ephraim's Breite XII, 465 

Hauptmann, Gerhart XXII, 117 

and Pippa Dances XVIII, 289 

and Shakespeare XXIII, 56 

Sudermann and Their Latest Plays. .XIV, B. 114 

and the Nietzschean Philosophy XXIV, 341 

Before the Dawn XX, 241 

Bulthaupt's Interpretation of XVL, B. 117 

Elga VII, A. i 

The Assumption of Hannele XX, 161 

The Reconciliation XXI, 337 

The Sunken Bell X, 161 

Hauptmann' s "Der Arme Heinrich" XVI, D 145 

Dramas XXI, 285 

Treatment of Germanic Myths XVIII, 89 

Viewpoints in "Und Pippa Tanz" XX, 129 

Hausknecht, Emil, Shakespeare in Japan I, 466 

Hawthorne on Delia Bacon Ill, 592 

Hawthorne's "Marble Faun", Readings from XIII, 433 

Heard, Jr. John, Joka'i: The Father of Hungarian 

Literature Ill, 135 

Hearn, Lafcadio, The English of XVI, A. 53 

Hearth Fire, The XX, 154 

Hebbel, Christian Friedrich XXV, 123 

Agnes Bernauer XX, I 

Judith xxv, 257 

Maria Magdalena XXV, 81 



4 6 POET LORE INDEX 

Hecate in "Macbeth" X, 532 

:Is It Shakespeare's? XI, 602 

Heights (Drama) XXV, I 

He Is Coming (Play) XXV, 230 

Hellems, F. B. R., Some Recent Poetry and the Emo- 
tionalizing of Evolution XX, 113 

The Epigram and Its Greatest 

Master Martial XVI, D. 67 

Heller, Otto, Ernst Possant as Shylock I, 574 

German Poetry and Criticism II, 266 

Translator: Harold Von Wildenbruch. . .Ill, 393 
Hellings, Emma Lightner, Evolution of Religion as 

Suggested in Browning's 

Poems XVII, B. 113 

Rossetti's Treatment of 

Love XVI, A. 76 

Hellman, Anton, Hauptmann and the Nietzschean 

Philosophy XXIV, 341 

The Greater Courage in Ibsen's 

"Hedda" XXII, 134 

Heloise to Abelard XX, 156 

Hemple, George, "Aroint Thee Witch, Aroint Thee". .XIII, 425 
Henderson, C. Harford, Browning's "Herve Riel" and 

"The Patriot" Ill, no 

Henley, William Ernest, The Innovator (An Estimate), XV, D. 74 
Hennique, Leon, The Death of the Due D 5 Enghien. . . .XX, 401 

"Henry IV" Apostrophe to Sleep in XIII, 309 

Prolegomena to I, 367 

Study Program XI, 94, 283 

Henry VIII, Study Program XIV, D. 95 

Here Below XVII, A. 133 

Herron, E. K., A Dream of a Tourney XI, 476 

Limitations XI, 477 

Music XIX, no 

Sleep XI, 478 

Herrick, Robert XIX, 337 

Here's to the Little Gentleman in Black Velvet XVI, A. 56 

Hertzberg, M. J., Translation from the Greek Songs 

from Plato and Ptolemaeus .XIX, 438 

"Herve Riel" Ill, 58 

Hervieu, Paul, In Chains XX, 81 

The Dramas of XIV, C. 79; XV, A. 77 



POET LORE INDEX 47 

Hewlett and Hearn, Two Types of Orientalists XVIII, 478 

Heydrick, Benjamin A., Echoes and Growth in Rud- 

yard Kipling XIV, A. 84 

Shakespeare Quotes Spenser. .Ill, 102 

Hexameter, English XXIII, 139 

Hidden Spring, The (Drama) XVIII, 143 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, "Childe Roland to 

the Dark Tower 

Came" XIII, 262 

Higginson' s "Cheerful Yesterdays" X, 440 

"Contemporaries" XII, 311 

Hillingenlei XVIII, 377 

Hinchman, Walter S., "Flammantia Moenia Mundi", XVII, B. 86 

Hindoo Legend, A XV, B. 48 

Hindu Poetess Sarojini, The New XX, 61 

Hinton, Mary Bcole, Sonnet on the Petrarchan XIV, A. 152 

History, Shakespeare's Fidelity to XIII, 91 

Hodell, Charles W., Apostrophe to Sleep in "Henry IV", XIII, 309 

Shakespeare's Clownery XVII, D. 113 

Opening Scenes as 
Striking the Key- 
note of Dra- 
matic Action and 
Motive. . .VI, 169, 337, 452 
The Three Christmases in "In 

Memoriam" XI, 451 

Hofmannsthal, Hugo Von, Death and The Fool. . . .XXIV, 253 

The Two XXIII, 444 

Hollander, Lee M., Bjornstjerne Bjornson's Last Dra- 
ma "When the New Wine 

Blooms" XXII, 70 

Indridi Einarsson: Icelandic Dra- 
matist and His Saga Drama, XXIII, 284 
Translator: "Robert Herrick" 

Nielsen XIX, 337 

"Sword and Crozier" Einarsson, 

XXIII, 225 
When the New Wine Blooms 

Bjornson XXII, I 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

Life and Letters VIIL 608 



48 POET LORE INDEX 

Sarah Elizabeth, Translator: Hanna Jagert 

Hartleben XXIV, 369 

Holy Day Prayers XVII, B. 117 

"Holy Grail," The Symbolism of XVI, B. 86 

Holz, Arno, and Walt Whitman XVI, B. 61 

Homer, The Troy Myth After VIII, 14 

Homeric Material, Tennyson's Use of XII, 541 

Homunculus, What Was the? A Faust Problem XIII, 269 

Hood, Tom VIII, S35 

Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

Hooker, Emily G., George Meredith on the Source of 

Destiny XII, 238 

Hopkins, Edwin, Translator: "A Night's Lodging" 

Gorki XVI, D.I 

"The Smug Citizen" 

Gorki XVII, D. i 

Horace: Epode XI XXI, 415 

To His Wine Jug XXI, 487 

Horace's Odes I: XXII, 222 

II:i6 XXII, 145 

IV:7 XXIII, 80 

Satire I, IX: XXI, 149 

Horatio as a Friend VII, 203 

Hornbrooke, Francis B., "Mr. Sludge, The Medium". .VII, 240 

Some of the Teachings of the 

"Ring and the Book" I, 314 

What Should be the Poet's 
Attitude Towards His 

Critics V, 135 

Horniman, A. E. F., The Manchester Players XXV, 210 

Horniman's (Miss) 'Players XXIII, 292 

"House of the Wolfings" I, 583 

Ray Temple, Translator: A Legend from the 

Talmud Salus XXIV, 348 

A Man of the World Von Eb- 

ner-Eschenbach XXII, 128 

Fidelity Mendes XVIII, 413 

Tears Mendes XXI, 95 

The Bayadere Tagore XXV, 61 



POET LORE INDEX 49 

(With J. Vital DePorte) The 

Nymph Gorki XXIV, 368 

The Reconcilation Hauptmann, XXI, 337 

Two Husbands Lavedan XIX, 207 

Richard Hovey, His Work XII, 608 

Hovey, Richard, Impressions of Maurice Maeterlinck 

and the Theatre De L'Oeuvre VII, 446 

In Present Day Poets XII, 306 

Letters from XII, 620 

Promise and Work XII, 436 

Spring, an Ode X, I 

Taliesin A Masque VIII, I, 63, 292 

Translator (With F. S. Jones) : Uriel 

Acosta Giitzkow. .VII, 6, 83, 140, 198, 263, 333 

Verses on XII, 464 

Hovey' s Poems, Ethical Message of, in Dramas XX, 69 

Howard, Homer Hildreth, American Drama Society . .XXIII, 152 

Horniman's (Miss) Players, 

XXIII, 292 
Little Theatre (New York), 

XXIII, 291 

Sumurun XXIII, 292 

The Bijou (Boston) XXIII, 290 

The Child in the House. .XXIV, 433 
The Drama League of 

America XXIII, 149 

The Playfarer XXIII, 145, 290 

The Toy Theatre XXIII, 145 

Howard, L., Where Shakesperean Critics Disagree V, 143 

Howe's, Julia Ward, "Reminiscences" XII, 311 

Howells' Philosophy and "The Son of Royal Lang- 

brith" XVI, C. 144 

Hudson, William Henry, Early Mutilators of Shake- 
speare IV, 360 

A Love Drama of the Tenth 

Century Ill, 489 

Hugo, Victor, The Djinns XXII, 146 

The Talent of I, 94 

Hugo's Letters IX, 141 

Hugunin, Henry M., How Shakespeare Illustrates 

Bacon IV, 200 

Hujas, The Meditations of IX, 469 



50 POET LORE INDEX 

Human Ecstasy XVII, A. 133 

Humilis Body and Soul XXV, 594 

Four Poems XXV, 593 

Invocation XXV, 499 

Love of Love XXV, 600 

Predestined Couples XXV, 597 

The Hands XXV, 593 

The Art of XXV; 572 

The Study of J. G. N. called XXV, 576 

Humor Carlyle and Browning II, 421 

Hunt, Leigh, Estimate of (His) Poetry I, 308 

Hunter, Frederic, Deus Benignus et Natura XXV, 497 

Huntingdon, Harriet L., The Wisdom of Nichette. . .XVI A. 28 

Tuley Francis, Note VIII, 375 

Hunton, Charles Hugh, Shakespeare's Compliment 

to Brantome IV, 449 

Kuril, Estelle M., The Study of Poetry from the 

Standpoint of Aesthetics VI, 546 

Hushed Strain, The XV, A. 39 

Hutchins, Will, Jeane D'Arc at Vaucouleurs XXI, 97 

Hutson, Charles Woodward, The English of Lafcadio 

Hearn XVI, A. 53 

Hyde, Douglas, The Marriage XX, 135 

The Twisting of the Rope XVI, A. 12 

Hyde, Florence E. 3 Decadence of American Culture, 

Why?. .'. XXIII, 64 

Hymn to the Winged Nike XVIII, 402 

lago and Othello, The Characters of XVIII, 236 

lago's Conscience V, 194 

"I am Seeking" XXIV, 350 

Ibsen, Henrik, "Abydos" (A Fragment) XX, 192 

and the Ethical Drama of the Nine- 
teenth Century X, 49 

New Letters of XIX, 420 

On the Highlands XIII, 335 

Ibsen's "Borkman" XI, 102 

"Brand," An Interpretation XVII, C. 60 

"Doll House" in Cairo IV, 528 

Londo^ I, 378, 528 

St. Petersburg IV, 528 

"Ghosts" in Milan IV, 286 



POET LORE INDEX 51 

"Ghosts/ 5 The Art and Moral of VI, 356 

Hedda, The Greater Courage in XXII, 134 

Influence Upon German Literature XVII, A. 112 

"Little Eyolf" VII, 99 

"Masterbuilder" in New York XII, 95 

"Peer Gynt" IV, 592 

Nora and Shakespeare's Katharine VIII, 192 

"When We Dead Awaken" XX, 201 

Icarus XV, D. 71 

Ice Dragon and the Sun God, The XIX, 87 

Iceland, Present Day Literature of XV, B. 126 

The Newer Literature of XV, A. 62 

Ideals and Danger of the Dawning Century XIII, 150 

Idyl of Israel Known as the Song of Solomon XVIII, 97 

Idyll of a Northern River, The VI, 299 

"Idylls of the King" Study Program XIII, 588 

If Once, Just Once XV, B. 18 

I Have No House for Love to Shelter Him XVI, B. 50 

Immortality as a Motive in Poetry IX, 367 

Impetuous Angel, An XIV, A. 46 

"In a Balcony" II, 310 

Inadvertent Romance, M. Pigeonneau's XI, 28 

"In a Gondola" VIII, 272 

In Asolo XVIII, 247 

In Chains (Drama) XX, 81 

In Delos In the Drifting Isle XXI, 240 

Indian Myths, The Artistic Possibilities of XV,A. 46 

Indian Names XV, A. 61 

"In Memoriam" and Other Tennysonia VIII, 90 

Notes on VII, 428 

Study Programs V, 574; XIII, 284 

The Christmases of XIII, 151 

The Three Christmases in XI, 451 

In Muscovy XVI, D. 65 

In Re Caliban XVII, D. 76 

Inspiration of Crashaw XXI, 397 

In Switzerland XXIV, 59 

In the Shadow of the Statues (Drama) XXV, 371 

In the Workshop. XXIV, 36$ 

"Intimations of Immortality" VIII, 454 

Invention, A Night Song of , IV, 521 

Invocation XXV, 496 



52 POET LORE INDEX 

I Puritani XVI, D. 97 

Irish Literary Drama XVI, A. 40 

Players in Philadelphia, The XXIII, 159 

Iron Hive, The XXV, 610 

Irony of Progress VIII, 113 

living's, Henry, Macbeth I 46 

Isadora Duncan, Priestess XXI, 480. 

I Sing of a Maiden IX, 31 

Isola, Pietro Gabrele Current Italian Literature, 

Fogazzaro XVIII, 133 

d'Annunzio XVIII, 487 

d'Annunzio' s Dramas XIX, in, 215 

Israel, The Idyl of XVIII, 97 

Italian Art, Study Program XIII, 427 

Italian Landscape, An XVI, C. 1 10 

Literature, Fogazzaro, Current XVIII, 133 

Poetry and Pascoli XVIII, 501 

Writers II, 595 

"It" a Love Story XI, 321 

It is Not in Vain I Have Been Seeking XXIV, 351 

I Wonder (From the German) IX, 367 

"Ldon" a Study of IV, 243 

An Interpretation of Browning's V, 626 

Jackson, Esther, "Such a Commonplace Man" VII, 210 

" Januarie," A Song from Spenser with Music Frontispiece IV 

James, Henry, Artist XVI, D. 90 

Japan, Popular Songs of XV, B. 78 

Japanese Garden, A X, 321 

Poetry XIV, C. 91; D. 83; XVI, B. 94 

Print, To a XXIV, 419 

Women in Literature XVI, C. 88 

Jarzembski, Vladyslaus, Translator: In Switzerland 

Sowacki XXIV, 59 

Jastrow Jr., Morris, Arabic Version of Macbeth' s 

"Moving Wood" II, 247 

Magic and Prodigy in the East IV, 118 

"Mr. Sludge" and Modern Spirit- 
ualism Ill, 75 

On Browning's Poems II, 282 

Jean-Desthieux, F., Nicholas Beauduin XXV, 322 

Jeanne D'Arc at Vaucouleurs (Romantic Drama) XXI, 97 



JPOJET LURJtt INDEX 53 

"Jenny" Extracts from a Hitherto Unpublished 

Version of the Poem VII, I 

Jessop, Alexander, The Poetry of Robert Louis Steven- 
son XVIII, 396 

Jews of Browning and Shakespeare I, 53 

Jokaii", Maurus, The Father of Hungarian Literature. . . .Ill, 135 

Johannes (Drama) XI, 161 

John Herkner (Play) XXII, 321 

Johnson, Arthur Franklin, Ode on the Heights XV, D. 95 

The Poetry of Louise 

Chandler Moulton XIX, 473 

Charles F., A Peculiarity of Shakespeare's 

Phrasing VII, 527 

Johnston, Charles, Yeats in the Making XVII, B. 102 

Jones, Francis Stewart, Translator, (with Richard 

Hovey), Uriel Acosta VII, 6, 83, 140, 198, 263, 333 

Henry, Browning as a Dramatic Poet VI, 13 

Philosophical and Relig- 
ious Teacher VIII, 265 

Dr., Thomas S., The Piper XV, C. 76 

Jorgensen, The Last Day XIII, 484 

Jose de Espronceda; A Song of Spain VII, 546 

Jose Echegaray XX, 218 

Journalism in Comparison With Other Literary Work . . XIV, C. 14 

Journey of Childe Roland II, 578 

Joy Element of Browning, The XV, B. 95 

Joyzelle (Drama) XVI, B. i 

Judas, The Saving of IX, 161 

Judea IX, 474 

Judith (Tragic Drama) '. .XXV, 257 

Julie (Tragedy Drama) XXII, 161 

Juliet's Runaway Once More IV, 14 

"Julius Caesar" and "Strafford" II, 214; IV, 148 

Contrasted with "Strafford" V, 518 

of Shakespeare and of History. .. .XIII, 560 

Shakespeare's V, 169, 424 

Shakespeare's, Is [he] Ignoble IV, 191 

Shakespeare's Legerdemain with 

Time in XI, 276 

Study Program X, 564 

Supernatural in V, 620 

The Falling Sickness in VI, 469 



54 POET LORE INDEX 

Justice I, 344 

Just One, The IX, 363 

Kaathoven, -Alice Van, Translator: The Beat of the 

Wing De Cure! XX, 321 

Kahn, Gustave, "From the Nomad Palaces" XVI, D. 78 

Kahns, Oscar, The Literary Influence of Mediaeval 

Zoology XI, 73 

Kalidasa's Masterpiece VIII, 35 

Kanawa (Classical Drama) XXIII, 222 

Karen (A Novelette) IV, 385 

Kayden, Eugene M., Translator: A Song of Tzar Ivan 

Vasiljevich: His Young Life- 
guardsman and the Valiant 
Merchant, Kalashnikov Ler- 

montor XXIV, 278 

King Hunger Andreyev XXII, 401 

Keats and Browning Ideals of Beauty V, 247 

"Lamia" Contrasted with Coleridge's "Chris- 

tabel" VI, 32 

Sense Epithets X, 573 

The American Brother of the Poet XVII, C. 97 

The Boyhood of XVIII, 122 

The Color Element in "Eve of St. Agnes" VIII, 84 

Keat's Treatment of Nature: XII, 58 

Keller, Gottfried, Little Meret: Green Coat Henry's 

Story XVII, C. 50 

Village Romeo and Juliet, A IX, 498 

Kemble, Fanny, Poem to Shakespeare X, 630 

Kendall, Joshua, Theocritus: Father of Pastoral Poetry . .VII, 307 

Kennedy, William Sloan, Browsings in " Hamlet" IX, 376 

Shakespeare. .XV, C. 70 
"The Tempest". IX, 577 
Clews to Emerson's Mystic 

Verse XI, 243; XII, 71, 270 

Friendship of Whitman and 

Emerson, The VII, 71 

Note X, 451 

Kenan's "Caliban" XII, 145 

Shakespeare's Astronomy. . .XIII, 366 
Tennyson and Other Debt- 
ors to Spenser's "Fairie 



POET LORE INDEX 55 

Queene" X, 492 

Tennyson Biography The. . . .X, 114 
To the Rose-Breasted Gros- 
beak XII, 346 

Kent Charles W., A Note or so on Tennyson IX, 629 

Kenyon, James Benjamin, Sketch of Life XIV, C. 123 

Ketchum, Arthur, A Song Before Twilight XXV, 612 

The Maid's Prologue XXV, 206 

Kidder, Louis Winslow, Translator: A Group of Verse 

from the Italian XVII, A. 133 

" Dithyramb " d' Anminzio 

XIV, C. 40 

Kielland, Alexander (Scandinavian Author) Ill, 35 

Faded Leaves Ill, 311 

For Green is Hope Ill, 315 

Karen IV, 385 

Kiddal, Arne, (with Louis J. Bailey), Translator: 

New Letters of Henrik Ibsen XIX, 420 

Kilbourne, Frederick W., Some Curious Versions of 

Shakespeare XVI, C. 132 

Stage Versions of Shakesr- 
peare before 1800 

XV, B. 116, D. in 

Kimball, Hannah Parker, Aspiration XIII, 533 

Beauty Lovers XVII, C. 68 

Consummation VII, 453 

In Present Day Poets. XIII, 533 

Merlin Revivified and the 

Hermit XII, 537 

Reaction X, 336 

Song of the Workers XIII, 535 

Sonnets : 
Under the Open Sky; 

After the Storm IX, 475, 477 

The Kind Gray Day XI, 356 

The Saving of Judas IX, 161 

They Dreamed XIII, 535 

Kind Gray Day, The XI, 356 

Kindliness, As an Element of Faith X, 85 

"King and No King" (Beaumont and Fletcher) Ill, 169 

King Coustans, The Tale of XI, 465 

Hunger (Drama) XXII, 401 



56 POET LORE INDEX 

John Charles, Shakespeare at the Paris Exposi- 
tion I, 560 

"King John" Moral Proportion and Fatalism in 

Shakespeare's VIII, 139 

Philosophical Note on XXII, 314 

Study Program VIII, 218 

"King Lear" at the Court Theatre in Munich I, 376 

Study Program XVI, B. 127 

King Lear's Wife XXIV, 108 

"King Robert of Sicily," Antecedents of Longfellow's 

XIV, B. 127 

Kingsland, William G., A Christmas Greeting XII, 41 

A Poet's Politics VII, 473, 543 

Browning's Rarities VI, 264 

Clematis and Ivy: Unpub- 
lished Letters of George 

Eliot VI, i, 57, 182 

Early Romances of Charlotte 

Bronte IX, 169, 479 

Excerpts from a Sheaf of 

Browning's Letters IV, 233 

Extracts from a Hitherto Un- 
published Version of "Jen- 
ny" VII, i 

"Forster's" Life of Strafford : Is 
It Forster's or Browning's. . .VI, 555 

Letters by Browning IX, 83 

by Ruskin VIII, 420, 553 

Literary Dilettanteism VI, 512 

Treasures Unearthed. .VIII, 23 

London Browning Union V, 53 

Letters, I, 389,441, 49*, 54^, 589 
II, 283, 386, 493, 609; 
London Literaria, III, 47, 154, 376, 649; 
IV, 105, 524, 591, 643; V, 104, 534, 
587, 644; VI, 56, 167, 222, 374; 
VII, 48, 469, S8i; VIII, 466; IX, 632; 
X, 149*618 
New Browning's Letters from 

Mrs. Orr's Life Ill, 522 

Notes VIII, 53, 109 



POET LORE INDEX 57 

Personal Recollections of 

Browning II, 130 

Rare Poems of Elizabeth B. 

Browning IV, 46 

Robert Browning as a Letter 

Writer VIII, 78, 225 

Robert Browning The Man. . . .V, 229 
Ruskin as a Letter Writer: 

Unpublished Letter VI, 67, 123 

Ruskin as an Art Teacher V, 405 

On "Gold:" A Treasure Trove. .IV, 113 
On Wages : Unpublished Letters . . Ill, 360 
Ru skin's Letters to Chesneau 

VII, 123, 255, 349 

Shelley and Goodwin X, 389 

Shelley's Letters to Elizabeth 

Kitchener IV, 304 

Unknown Poem of Mrs. Brown- 
ing Ill, 281 

Unreported Speech by Ruskin . .VIII, 222 
Kingsley, Maude Elmer, A Quaker Poet in Puritan 

New England XXI, 330 

Kinrosuki Adache, The Japanese Garden X, 321 

Kiper, "Florence, Hymn to the Winged Nike XVIII, 402 

Kipling, Rudyard, Echoes and Growth in XIV, A. 84 

"The Seven Seas" an Atavism ... IX, 291 
Klenze, Camillo Von, The Sigfrid Stories, in the 

Nibelungenlied and Elsewhere .. X, 543 
Knorr, Helena, An Introduction to American Litera- 
ture X, 587 

Athenaeum Press Series X, 436 

Henrik Ibsen and the Ethical Drama 

of the Nineteenth Century X, 49 

Ibsen's "Masterbuilder" in New York. .XII, 95 

Literary Studies XI, 435 

"Morte d 3 Arthur" X, 439 

Pre-Shakesperean Drama X, 436 

Richard Hovey's Promise and W9rk,.XII, 436 
Selections from Prose and Poetry of 

Walt Whitman .' X, 586 

Knowles, Frederic Lawrence, A Modern Poet XIV, C. 63 

Sketch of Life XV, A. 134 

The Last Tryst XV, A. I 



S 8 POET LORE INDEX 

Koch, Felix J., The American Brother of the Poet 

Keats ....XVII, C. 97 

Koenig, George A., Browning's Scientific Allusions II, 137 

Korner, Sinclair, "Hamlet" as a Solar Myth Ill, 214 

Shakespeare's Inheritance from the 

Fourteenth Century I, 551; II, 410 

Solar Myths in " A Midsummer Night's 

Dream" Ill, 17 

Krai, Josef Jin, A Modern Bohemian Novelist: Jakub 

Arbes..... IV, I 

Shakespeare in Bohemia IV, 231 

Translator: "Hamlet" and "Don 

Quixote" IV, 169 

Translator: Newton's Brain IV, 429, 511, 

569, 616 

Under a Bush of Lilacs IV, 318 

Kvapil, Jaroslav, The Clouds XXI, 417 

La Commedia Finita VII, 600 

Lady of Tripoli, The XVIII, 278 

Lady with the Dagger (Drama) XV, B. I 

Lagerlof, Selma, Hatto, The Hermit, A Legend XI, 348 

"It" a Love Story XI, 321 

Lamb, Charles, Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

Lambrith, David Kelley, "Pippa Passes " on the Stage 

XVIII, 107 

"Lamia" in Contrast with "Christabel" VI, 32 

La Monte, Carolyn B., A Brief Defence of Criticism. . . .VI, 332 

The Critical Work of Margaret 

Fuller VII, 477 

Lamp of Heaven, The XX, 158 

Lampman, Archibald, and the Sonnet XX, 432 

Langtry's Lillian, "As You Like It" I, 194 

Language, The Music of IV, 562 

Lanier, Sidney, Color and Motion in XII, 558 

Last Words from XIX, 482 

Singers of Sunrise IX, 407 

The Poet of Sunrise XV, D. 89 

Lansing, Ruth, Translator: Madman or Saint Eche- 

garay XXIII, I 6 

Larger Realism, The XXIV, 3 5 

Larissa, Capture of, and Trinova I X, 35 



POET LORE INDEX 59 

Lark in Legend and Song, The XV, B. 81 

Larmandie, Comte Leonce de, The Story of J, G. N. 

called "Humilus" XXV, 576 

"La Saisiaz" The Real Significance of "The Brand 

Flamboyant" VIII, 256 

Last Day, The XIII, 484 

Encore, The XII, 334 

Tryst XV, A. I 

Lathe, Agnes M., Six Weeks with Chaucer Ill, 630 

Latimer, George Dimmick, A Study of Browning's 

"Ixion" IV, 243 

Lavedan, Henri, Two Husbands XIX, 207 

Lawhead, H. D., Moliere, Dramatist VIII, 197 

L. D., "All Well that Ends Well," Ill, 537 

Was Falstaff Immoral II, 142 

Lawrence, Mrs. Ida Eckert, Sketch of Life XV, A. 136 

Lawson, L. "Lear" Ill, 538 

Lawton, William Cranston, Accretions to the Troy 

Myth after Homer VIII, 14 

La Commedia Finita VII, 600 

The Environment of Lit- 
erature in Ancient Rome. VII, 113 

Layman's Impression of "Pelleas et Melisande" XXIII, 158 

Lazarus, Emma, Woman, Poet, Patriot V, 320 

Leadership, Autocratic, Obsequious, Fraternal XIV, B. 133 

Leaf from an Unopened Volumn, A IX, 169 

"Lear" XI, 102 

and His Daughters XXIV, no 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism VII, 487 

Study Program , X, 95 

Le Blanc, Maurice, She Who Waits XVI, A. 36 

Lee, Agnes, The Boyhood of Keats XVIII, 122 

Gabrielle, Sonnet CXXVIII V, 433 

M. Hollander, Translator: "Renaissance" 

Drachmann XIX, 369 

Legacy, The (Drama) XXII, 241 

Legend of Sainte C^riberte des Ois, The XIV, D. I 

from the Talmud, A XXIV, 348 

of Saint Nicholas, A (Play) XXV, 473 

Leir, King, and Cordoille IV, 19 

Le Maitre, Jules, Forgiveness XXIV, 209 

Leonard, Lucile Price, To the Pines XXV, 215 



60 POET LORE INDEX 

Leopardi, Giacomo V, 385 

Lermontor, Michael Yourevick, A Song of Tzar Ivan 

Vasilj evich his 
Young Life Guards- 
man and the Val- 
iant Mei chant Kal- 

ashnikov XXIV, 278 

Lessing's "Dramaturgic" V, 593 

Letters to Sadie, The XII, 347 

Leuconoe, To (From Horace) X, 491 

Lewis, Edward H., Metrical Changes in "A Midsum- 
mer Night's Dream" IX, 1 10 

Libraries of Shakespeare's Day I, 150 

Libby, Walter, Shakespeare's Final Philosophy XXIV, 421 

The Evolution of "Hamlet" Criticism. .XV,A. 87 

Life and Art, Poetry and Prose in ' XV, C. 77 

Letters XIV, B. i ; C. i, D. 104; XV, A. 104, B. 

144, C. 108, D. 132; XVI, A. 132; 

B. 135, C. 152; XVII, A. 135, B. 139, 

C. 117, D. 119; XVIII, 140, 414, 533, 

XIX, 491; XX, 239- 

Life, Modern, Relation of Modern Poetry to XIV, A. 56 

of the Bee XIV, C. 59 

Unanimous XXIV, 1 12 

Light, Sleeper A IX, 475 

The (Drama) XXV, 161 

Limitations .XI, 477 

Lincoln Loquitur XI, 528 

Lines Sent With a Copy of the Rubaiyat XVI, C. 115 

Linus: A Lament at the Gathering of the Vintage. .XVI, C. 130 

Lisle, Leconte de, Birds of Prey XVII, D. 89 

Moonlight XVII, D. 87 

v Noon XXIV, 332 

The Fall of the Stars XVII, D. 88 

The Lamp of Heaven XX, 158 

The Prairie XIX, 89 

The Red Star XIX, 292 

The Secret of Life XX, 80 

Litanies of Love, The XVIII, 195 

Litchfield, Gertrude, Prescience XXV, 592 

"Literary Boston of Today" XIV, B. 13 

Literary Dilettanteism VI, 512 



POET LORE INDEX 61 

Essays, New Volumes of VII, 625 

History of America, A XIII, 439 

Studies XI, 435 

Study, The Aims of VI, 473 

Tendencies, Some VI, 559 

Treasures Unearthed VIII, 23 

Literature and Philosophy, Characteristics of XXIV, 122 

and the Pedagogue XXI, 311 

and the Scientific Spirit VI, 113, 323 

Effects of Contemporary Events on XI, 622 

German IX, 284 

German-American XVII, C. 108 

How May Best be Taught VI, 377, 473, 536 

in Ancient Rome, The Environment of VII, 113 

Italian (Fogazzaro) XVIII, 133 

Japanese Women in XV, C. 88 

Knowledge Versus Feeling VI, 383 

Modern Armenian IX, 122 

German XVI, C. 127 

New Ideas in Teaching IX, 585 

Studies on VII, 459 

Personality in Teaching.* VI, 389 

of Iceland, Present-Day XV, B. 126 

of Iceland, The Newer XV, A. 62 

of Portugal, The XVIII, 342 

Socialism in XI, 418 

Specialized Teaching of VI, 381 

Study of VI, 378 

Talks on the Study of X, 128 

The Eclipse of Seriousness in Contempo- 
rary IX, 36 

Literatures of the World X, 598 

"Little Eyolf" VII, 99 

Little Meret, Green Coat Henry's Story XVII, C 50 

Little Theatre, The (New York) XXIII, 291 

Living Hours (Play). XVII, A. 36 

Lloyd, Mary, Chaucer Questions II, 136 

"Lockesley Hall," Note on V, 107 

Lodge, Thomas, An Elizabethan Lyrist Ill, 601 

Loin Du Bal (Waltz Movement) .XII, 17 

London Letters I, 389, 44*> 49 1 ? 54^, 5^9; H, 283, 386, 

493,609 



62 POET LORE INDEX 

Literaria Ill, 47, 154, 376; IV, 105, 524, 591, 

643; V, 104, 534, 587, 644; VI, 56, 
167, 222, 374; VII, 48, 469, 581; 
VIII, 466; IX, 632; X, 149, 618. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, and German Romance 

XVII, A. 59 
Unpublished Letter 
on Evangeline, An 

XIV, A. 108 
Longfellow's "Evangeline, 5 ' A Product of Swedish 

Influence? Is XIX, 301 

"Golden Legend" and Its Analogues IV, 91 

"Hiawatha:" Study Program. .VII, 520, 576, 632 
"King Robert of Sicily," Antecedents 

of XIV, B. 127 

"Michael Angelo" XIII, 427 

"Spanish Student" VI, 161 

Longing X, 25; XXIV, 200 

"Lord Ormont and His Aminta"; A Glance at XXII, 137 

Lotus Symbolism in Homer, etc II, 625 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition Ode XV, C. 113 

Love and Bread VI, 501 

and Death '. X, 333 

at First Sight X, 627 

Browning's Idea of I, 153 

Drama of the Tenth Century, A Ill, 489 

Facettes of; from Browning I, i 

"Love in a Life" Ill, 521 

"Love in Idleness" XVII, A. 86 

Love Looked Back XVI, B. 66 

of the Natural VII, 388 

The Best VIII, 286 

Verses, From the Hindoo XIV, C. 53 

What Is? XIV, D. 66 

Love's Banquet XV, B. facing 18 

Dwelling XVII, A. 93 

"Love's Labor's Lost XIV, A. 117, B. 151 

Labor's Lost", Question and Notes on : Study 

Program I, 84 

"Lover's Complaint, A," The Meaning of "Talents" 

in Ill, 196 

Lowell, James Russell XI, 425 



POET LORE INDEX 63 

and Whitman: A Contrast IV, 22 

Maria, Africa X, 19 

Song by IX, 461 

Lowell's "Columbus" VII, 161, 218, 275 

"Vision of Sir Launfal" VI, 47 

Study Program. . . .XV, A. 104 

Lower, Henry Eastman, The Shadow-Hunter IX, 6 

Lowlands vs. Highlands, Effects of Environment on 

Poets VI, 83 

"Lowly" Poets, Dunbar IX, 298 

Loyal Daughter in Literature, The IX, 100 

"Lucretius," Tennyson's Poem XI, 529 

Lucretius, The Poet XI, 529 

Ludlow, Clara Southmayd, November VIII, 112 

Ludwig, Otto, The Forest Warden XXIV, 129 

Lundt, Dorothy, At Inspection V, 305 

Luquiens, Frederick Bliss, Translator: Fabliau of the 

Three Hunchbacks 

Durand XXIV. 333 

"Luria" II, 19; VI, 251 

' and "Othello," Types and Arts Compared VI, 585 

Its Story and Motive I, 553 

Lyly and Shakespeare V, 177 

Lyly's Plot of "Sapho and Phao" VIII, 29 

Lyric Origins of Swinburne, The XVIII, 468 

Poets Series VIII, 156 

The Oldest English V, 57 

Year, The XXIV, 60 

Lyrics, Four XXV, 254 

Macaulay, T. B., Unpublished Poem I, 591 

"Macbeth" Arabic Vision of "Moving Wood" II, 247 

and "Lady Macbeth" I, 149 

Banquo, a Study in XI, 81 

Character Studies in I, 245 

Complexity in Lady (Hote) II, 441 

Concerning a Passage in (Question) . , XV, C. 93 

Fear in X, 92 

Hecate in X, 532 

Irving' s I, 46 

Modjeska's Lady IV, 42 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism in < . .VII, 133 



64 POET LORE INDEX 

Stage Types of Lady V, 90 

Study Programs XII, 430; XX, 229 

Supernatural in V, 490 

The Part of Hecate XI, 602 

Mackay, H. W. Boyd, English Hexameter XXIII, 139 

Mackenzie, Constance, Caliban and Cleon Ill, 294 

MacMechan, Archibald, " InGreat Eliza's Golden Time " . . V, 43 1 

The Idyll of a Northern River. VI, 299 
The Mistress of the Red Lamp . . . V, 488 

MacMillan, Mary, The Gate of Wishes XXII, 469 

Macready, Browning and I, 138 

Madman Divine (Prose Drama) XIX, I 

or Saint (Drama) XXIII, 161 

Maeterlinck, Maurice, Aglavaine and Selysette XIV, D. II 

Alladine and Palomides VII, 281 

and Sharp VII, 157 

Dramatist of a New Method V, 151 

Emerson X, 76 

Joyzelle (Drama) XVI, B. I 

Monna Vanna (Drama) XV, C. I 

Pelleas and Melisande (Drama). .VI, 413 
Seven Princesses (Drama) . .VI, 29, 87, 150 
The Life of the Bee : A Cycle of 
Songs of the Hive Based Up- 
on the Study of the Bee by. . .XIV, C. 59 
The Sightless (Drama), 

V, 159, 218, 273, 442 
Maeterlinck's "The Blind," A Cursory Review of the 

Symbolism in XIII, 554 

"Bluebird," The Significance of XXII, 460 

Magda Sudermann's and Duse's VIII, 557 

Magic and Prodigy in the East IV, 118 

Characteristics in Eastern and Western Litera- 
ture IV, 126 

Maid's Prologue XXV, 206 

Malloy, Charles, A Poem to Honor Emerson XIV C. 19 

"La Saisiaz," The Real Significance 

of "The Brand Flamboyant" VIII, 256 

Rondel, To IX, 458 

What Bearing Upon Emerson's Poems 

Have Their Titles? XIV, C. 65 



POET LORE INDEX 65 

Man as an Environed Animal VI, 40 

of the West, The XXIV, 248 

of the World, A (Play) XXII, 128 

With theHoe," "The XI, 157 

Manchester Players XXV, 210 

Mann, Walter H., The Rose XVIII, 528 

Mansfield, Richard : An Appreciation XIX, 367 

as Richard III II, 30 

Many a Night XXIV, 125 

Map, Walter, The First English Essayist V, 537 

Maraba XV, A. 43 

Marah of Shadowtown XII, 234 

Marble, Annie Russell, Josephine Preston Peabody 

as a Lyrist and Dramatist, XV, B. 149 

Marble Faun": Study Program XIII, 433 

March, Sidney, The Minnesingers XX, 457 

Maria Magdalena (Tragedy) XXV, 8l 

Marinetti, F. T., An Appreciation of XXV, 453 

Poems of XXV, 439 

Marks, Jeannette, A Forgotten Art XIX, 488 

The Passing of the Green XVIII, 393 

Markham, Edwin, A Look Into the Gulf XIII, 536 

Kyka XIII, 538 

The Joy of the Hills XIII, 537 

Man With the Hoe XI, 157 

Muse of Labor XIII, 539 

Marlowe, A Note on His Plots I .54 

(A Poetic Drama) XIV, A. 128 

Note On by Saintsbury I, 213 

Marlowe's, Julia, Rosalind I, 141 

Marquis, T. G., Sidney's "Astrophel and Stella" VIII, 570 

Marriage of Heaven and Hell XI, 28 

The. XX, 135 

The Destiny of Portia and the Caskets Ill, 69 

Marston's "Antonio's Revenge" II, 414 

Shakespeareanisms II, 289, 360 

Martial, The Epigram and Its Greatest Master XVI, D. 67 

"Mary in Heaven" VI, 213 

Mass at Dawn XXIV, 312 

Masson David, On Tennyson IV, 635 

"Masterbuilder" in New York, XII, 95 

"Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha," Study Program X, 288 



66 POET LORE INDEX 

Master of Palmyra (Dramatic Poem) XIII, 161 

Maureen XXV, 59 

Maxim, the Bitter XV, C. 53 

McClumpha, Charles Flint, Translator,: Ballad Ad- 
dressed by Eustache 
Deschamps to Geoffrey 
Chaucer on Sending 

Him His Works Ill, 349 

McConnell, S. D., "Ferishtah's Fancies," Ill, 379 

McCook, Henry C., Answer to Query on "Sordello" 

1,432,486, 518 

McCracken Elizabeth, Stage Productions of Brown- 
ing's Plays XIV, C. 115 

McGiffert Gertrude, Hunting for Amiel's Garden. .XVII, B. 117 

Margaret Cooper, Love and Death X, 333 

McGill, Anna Blanche, Henry James, Artist XVI, D. 90 

McKnight, David A., The Tragedy of Ophelia XII, 253 

McNary, Sarah J-, Beowulf and Arthur as English 

Ideal's VI, 529 

Mearkle, A. L., The Last Encore XII, 334 

"Measure for Measure" Ill, 538 

Meditations of Hujas,The XIX, 469 

Meeting, A ' XXV, 498 

Mendes Catulle, Fidelity XVIII, 413 

Tears XXI, 95 

Menef ee, Edith L., A Summer With George Meredith : 

In Particular "Richard Fever- 

al" VII, 505 

"Merchant of Venice" Ill, 69 

Date of Composition I, 514 

in Japan I, 467 

Possant, in I, 574 

Study Program II, 26, 82, 134, 195, 647 

Merlin Revivified and the Hermit XII, 537 

Meredith, George X, 123 

A Summer With VII, 505 

On the Source of Destiny XII, 238 

The "Story" in XXIII, 360 

The Vital Choice XIII, 459 

Meredith's "Cecilia," The Woman Egoist XXIV, 113 

Merrill, Katharine, The Use of the Ugly in Art XIII, 251 

William J., The Poetry of Ethna Carberry. . .XIX, 225 



POET LORE INDEX 67 

"Mermaid Series" I, 247 

Merman and the Seraph, The XVII, C 5 

" Mesmerism" from a Scientific Point of View IV, 261 

Meysenburg, Louise Von, Translator, Agony Sully- 

Prud'homme XXII, 400 

"Michael," Study Program XII, 583 

Angelo," Study Program XIII, 427 

Michael, Helen Abbott, The Drama in Relation to 

Truth VII, 149 

Woman and Freedom in Whit- 
man IX, 216 

"Midsummer Night's Dream, " A Conception XVIII, 522 

Fairy-Lore Ill, 177 

Metrical changes in IX, no 

New Variorum Edition . .VII, 628 
Questions and Notes 

I, 184, 232, 280 

Solar Myths in Ill, 17 

Study Program 

VIII, 578; XV, C. 99 

Supernatural in V, 490 

Mieler, Maria Ossipovana, Translator: Fortune Favors 

Fools Narsdny XXIII, 305 

Mifflin, Lloyd, Sonnets XI, 133 

Mila Whendle (Drama) XIII, 22 

"Mildred," Browning's V, 266 

Milton and Shakespeare I, 396 

Astronomical Science of: As Shown in " Paradise 

Lost" VI, 313 

Cambridge Edition of XI, 438 

Milton's Daughters VII, 601 

Minnesingers, The XX, 457 

Miranda and Ferdinand Ill, 190 

Misconceptions Concerning Shaw, Some XX, 376 

Mistress of the Red Lamp, The V, 488 

Mitchell, Ellen M., "The Paradise" of Darite VII, 399 

Maria, The Astronomical Science of Milton: 

As Shown in "Paradise Lost" VI, 313 

"Mithridates" XIV, C. 65 

Modern Apollo and Venus Ill, 518 

Bohemian Novelist IV, I 

Drama, Social Theories and Art in XXII, 141 



68 POET LORE INDEX 

Dutch and Flemish Poets XIII, 386 

European Dramatists : 

Arthur Schnitzler XXIII, 25 

August Strindberg XXIV, 42 

Gerhart Hauptmann XXII, 117 

Hermann Sudermann XXII, 195 

Max Helbe XXIII, 125 

German Literature XVI, C. 127 

Imperialism as Shown in Browning's Portrait 

of Napoleon III XII, 80 

Poet, A XIV, C. 63 

Poetry and a Courageous Publisher XV, A. 113 

Poetry, Womanhood in I, 449 

Short Story: Its Nature and Origin XVII, A. 100 

Spiritualism and "Mr. Sludge" Ill, 75 

Tragedy, The Call of XV, A. 130 

Modjeska, Helen, A Chat With I, 524 

Modjeska's Lady Macbeth IV, 42 

Moliere (Dramatist) VIII, 197 

Molin, Peele, The Story about Gunnel XII, I 

Monck, Emily Christianna, Greek Traits in Walt 

Whitman VII, 327 

Walt Whitman in Rela- 
tion to Christianity. . . .VII, 607 

Monhegan XVI, D. 96 

Monna Vanna, (Drama) XV, C. i 

in Japan XVII, B. 141 

Monroe, Harriet, After All XII, 321 

Poe and Whistler XXI, 391 

Moon and "The Columbian Year" V, 50 

Moonlight XVII, D. 87 

Moore, Charlotte, Art Spirit in Browning's "Flight 

of the Duchess" XI, 266 

Ellen Adams, The Moral Proportion and Fa- 
talism as Exhibited in Shakes- 
peare's Tragedies, "Antony 

and Cleopatra" VII, 613 

"Coriolanus" VIII, 86 

"Hamlet" VII, 191 

"King John" VIII, 139 

"King Lear" VII, 487 

"Macbeth" VII, 133 



POET LORE INDEX 69 

"Othello" VII, 424 

"Romeo and Juliet" VII, 551 

G., Drama Realistic II, 33 

Irene, Swinburne XVI, D. 108 

Isabel, The Literature of Portugal XVIII, 342 

The Turquoise God XVII, C. 69 

Isabella, The Ice Dragon and the Sun God XIX, 87 

Morike, Erinna, to Sappho XXIV, 197 

Morituri: Teias (play) IX, 330 

Morley, George, Shakespeare's Commemorations 

II, 252, 306, 607; III, 204 

S. Griswold, The Novels of A. Palacio Valdes, XVI, C. 92 
Translator: "I Puritani" 

Valdes XVI,D.97 

Selections from Doctor Angel- 
ico's Manuscripts Valdes . . .XXIV, 268 

Morris, Harrison S., A Poetic Symposium I, 545 

Browning Versus Browning I, 408 

William VIII, 630 

A Night in a Cathedral X, 473 

Gertha's Lovers X, 337 

The Socialistic Thread in Life and 

Works of V, 113, 210 

The. Story of Frithiof the Bold. . .XII, 353 
Translator: The Tale of King 

Coustans XI, 465 

Unpublished Letters on Socialism 

VII, 473, 543 

Morte d'Arthur ; X, 439 

Morton, Edward Payson, Ruskin's "Pathetic Fal- 
lacy" and Keat's Treat- 
ment of Nature XII, 58 

Mother Cry, The ' XVIII, 198 

Motherless Heroine, The XVII, D. 99 

Motherless Heroines in English Classics XI, 259 

Motivation of "Parsifal," The XVI, C. 123 

Motley," "Meditations in VII, 34 

Motokiyo's Kanawa XXIII, 2 

Mott, Emma Pratt, Shakespeare and Rhythm IV, 212 

Moulton, Louise Chandler, If Once, Just Once XV, B. 18 

In Present Day Poets XII, 305 

I Wonder IX, 367 



7 o POET LORE INDEX 

Life and Works of Arthur 

O'Shaughnessy VII, -211 

Rondel to Charles Mal- 

loy IX, 458 

The Poetry of. .XII, 114; XIX, 473 
Moulton, R. G. 3 The Wandering Jew Legend : Eugene 

Sue and Ebulea Evans Ill, 322 

Mountain Top, From the XXV, 459 

William E., Dies Irae XII, 237 

Sonnet, Music IX, 477 

The City of the Heart's Desire 

XVII, A. 94 

Turn from Me, Spirit X, 335 

Walter Pater XIII, 275 

Whitman's Letters to Doyle IX, 617 

Yucatan XII, 10 

"Moving Wood" VII, 185 

Moxom, Philip S., Does Browning's "Alkestis" Inter- 
pret Euripides Fairly? VIII, 425 

"Much Ado About Nothing" IV, 184 

Mughanniname XXI, 467 

Mukeiji Dhan Gopal, (With Mary Carolyn Davies) 

Translator : Chintamini 

Ghose XXV, 144 

Mullen, Elizabeth Lester, Translator, The Codicil 

Ferrier XIX, 193 

Munger, Whitman and VI, 484 

Munich, Shakespeare in I, 47 

Murphy, Ethel Allen, Some Essential of Literary 

Appreciations XX, 390 

Musaeus's "Hero and Leander" A Greek Sea Idyl XX, 449 

Music XIX, no 

Apparitions II, facing 288 

Browning's "One Way of Love" IV facing 288 

"Come Live With Me" II, 532 

For Browning's Poems I, 430 

Lover's Calendar, The XVII, D. 122 

"My Star" I, 340 

"New Willow Song" I, 29 



POET LORE INDEX 71 

Rosseau's "Willow Song" I, 175 

Shelley's Song from "Prometheus" IV facing 384 

Spenser's " Januarie " IV facing I 

"Throstle Song" I, 510 

Musical Settings, Browning's "Ask Not One Least 

Word of Praise" Ill, 258 

Shakespeare's " Come Away Death " 

III, 212 

Symbolism in Browning Ill, 260 

Musselman, N. H., Mila Whendle XIII, 22 

My Dream XVII, D. 102 

Mykilati Magus, "The American" as seen by a 
Melancholy Dane and a 

Mystical Hindoo XI, 237, 373 

My Star I, 349 

"Mystery of the West," Mr. Dodge's XVII, D. 119 

Myths of Mary, The XX, 146 

Solar, in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Ill, 17 

Napoleon III, Modern Imperialism as Shown in Brown- 
ing's Portrait of XII, 80 

Narsdny, Ivan, Fortune Favors Fools XXIII, 305 

Nature Anthologies XII, 459 

In the Elizabethan Poets VII, 529 

Poetic Interpretation of XIII, 53 

The Feeling For XVIII, 259 

Nautical Phrases XIII, 316 

Neeff, G. A., Style Accordingto Spenser and Browning. .VIII, 469 
Nettleship, John T., Robert Browning: Essays and 

Thoughts VIII, 265 

New Book on Shakespeare VII, 37 

Drama XXIII, 145, 290 

New Poetic Form as shown in Browning II, 234 

Poetry, The XXII, 155 

Star XX, 479 

York vs Chicago as a Dramatic Center XXII, 151 

Newell, Charlotte, The Poets-Laureate IV, 552, 599 

Newton's Brain (Bohemian Novelette). ., IV, 429, 511, 569 

Nibelungenlied, Sigfrid's Stories in the X, 543 

The XVII, A. 119 

Nielsen, Harold, Robert Herrick XIX, 337 



72 POET LORE INDEX 

Nietzsche, Friedrich, Das Trunkne Lied. .XVI, C. 91; XXI, 416 

Venice XXIII, 79 

Night XXIV, 277 

Nightfall XXI, 96 

Night in a Cathedral, A X, 473 

Night-School Song IX, 355 

Night's Lodging, A. (Drama) XVI, D. i 

Noa, Frederic M., A Theatrical Event in Havana. .XVII, B. 118 

Nobel Prize for Literature XVI, C. 91 

Noble, Emma, A Philosophy of Rhyme VII, 585 

Nocturne XVII, A. 134; XXV, 436 

Noguchi Yone, Demon's Shell, The XVII, C. 44 

Japanese Women in Literature. .. .XV, C. 88 

Popular Songs of Japan XV, B. 78 

Translator: The Melon Thief XV, A. 40 

Noller, John Scholte, Modern German Literature. .XVI, C. 127 

Nomad Palaces, The XVI, D. 78 

No More Fear XXIV, 119 

Noon XXIV, 332 

Norris, J. Parker, Editors of Shakespeare The I, 64 

First American Editor of Shakes- 
peare, The II, 424 

Norwegian Peasant Lad and his Dream Tune, The V, 52 

Novelette Danish, Karen Kielland .IV, 385 

Novel, Earliest Known VIII, 168 

Novelists and Poets, Current French XVIII, 113 

Novels of A. Palacio Valdes, The XVI, C. 92 

November VIII, 1 12 

Nun, To A Beautiful V, 149 

Nun's Reply, The V, 478 

"Numpholeptos" Browning's Science as Shown in II, 617 

Nut Brown Maid," The Authorship of "The XX, 387 

Nymph, The XXIV, 368 

O'Brien, Edward J., Arthur Upson XXV, 219 

Burden of Lost Prophets, The XXV, 370 

Francis Thompson XIX, 293 

Inspiration of Crashaw, The XXI, 397 

Translator: 

Sancta Susanna, Stramm XXV, 145 

The Poetry of the Epoch 
Beauduin XXV, 336 



POET LORE INDEX 73 

The Town in Me Beauduin. . .XXV, 348 
O'Connor, Evelyn, A Possible Source of Shakespeare's 

Culture XXIII, 114 

O'Neil's, Nance, Tragic Art of XV, A. 104 

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur, Life and Works of VII, 211 

O'Sheel, Shalmas, Isadore Duncan, Priesess XXI, 480 

Obsession of Edgar Allan Poe XII, 42 

Occident IX, 474 

Ochiai T., Translator, Kanawa Motokiyo XXIII, 222 

Ode, On the Heights XV, D. 95 

"Ode to Duty" VIII, 106 

Old Earth XI, 354 

Old Pictures in Florence VIII, 586 

Olive, Harriott S., Berlin Stage During the Past Sea- 
son, The .XII, 570 

Nature Anthologies XII, 459 

c "Songs from the Ghetto" and "A 

Vision of Hellas" XII, 308 

Translator: The Master of Pal- 
myra Wilbrandt XIII, 161 

Olivero, Frederico Emile, Verhaeren's Lyrical Trilogy. .XXV, 63 
Olmsted, E. W., (with F. D. Burnet) Translator : The 

Fountain of the Satyr De Castro. .XXI, 88 

Olympus and Kissivos IX, 353 

Omar Khayyam and Mysticism XIX, 458 

New Rendering of X, 293 

On Probation (Drama) XIV, B. 40 

On the Highlands XIII, 335 

"One More Word" Allusions in Ill, 533 

"One Way of Love" Ill, 588 

(Song) IV facing 288 

Opera w Drama XXIII, 302 

Ophelia, A Brief for Ill, 569 

The Tragedy of XII, 253 

Oppenheim, James, The New Poetry XXII, 155 

Orient IX, 473 

Othello and lago, The Characters of XVIII, 236 

and "Luria," Types and Arts Compared VI, 585 

Are the Rhymed Lines in, Shakespeare's? X, 416 

in Constantinople I, 576 

in Paris I, 3 OI > 3^2 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism VII, 424 



74 POET LORE INDEX 

Study Programs IX, 94; XX, 394 

Was He a Negro X, 251 

Otello, Verdi's I, 444 

Outcast, The XVII, C. 8 

P. A. C. (Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke), 

Aims of Literary Study, The VII, 270, 6 

Browning Study Hints Ill, 521, 588, 637; V, 453 

"Julius Caesar" and "Strafford:" A Com- 
parative Study IV, 148 

Longfellow's "Golden Legend" and its Ana- 
logues IV, 91 

Reading Course in Whitman VI, 644 

School of Literature, VI, 47, 102, 161, 273, 520, 570; 
VII, 41, 105, 161, 218, 275, 520, 576; VIII, 106, 158, 
218, 272, 347, 454 
Study of "Locksley Hall" and "Sixty Years 

After" V, 34 

Shakespeare's "Winter's Tale" IV, 516 

"Strafford"..!, 190, 236, 282, 332, 372, 426, 
511,562 

"Paesisti of the Nineteenth Century, The XIX, 235 

Page, Curtis Hidden, Current French Poets and Novel- 
ists XVIII, 113 

Lady of Tripoli, The XVIII, 278 

Litanies of Love, The XVIII, 195 

Prayer of the Poet, The XVII, C. 3 

Translator: 

From "The Nomad Palaces" 

Kahn XVI, D. 78 

The Chains Sully-Prud'- 

homme XVI, D. 78 

Panama, Off the Coast II, 624 

Pancoast, Henry S., "Luria" Its Story and Motive. I, 5 53; II, 19 

Old Age and Poets Ill, 57 

Parkes, Kineton, Shelley's Faith: Its Development 

and Relativity. .IV, 289 

Its Prophecy IV, 397 

"Paracelsus" and Bombast Ill, 103 

and "The Data of Ethics" I, 117 

"Paradise" of Dante VII, 399 

Paradoxical Ethics of Browning, The XXIII, 348 



POET LORE INDEX 75 

Paris Exposition I, 541 

Letter II, m, 222 

"Othello" in I, 301, 362 

"Parsifal," On the Staging of XV, D. 97 

The Motivation of XVI, C. 123 

Parsons, Eugene, Another Note on Tennyson X, 147 

Symbolism of "Holy Grail".. XVI, B. 86 

Pascoli and Recent Italian Poetry XVIII, 501 

Passing of the Green, The XVIII, 393 

Pastoral Poetry XVIII, 265 

Pater, Walter XIII, 275 

Pathetic Fallacy: Ruskin's . .' XII, 58 

Paton, Lucy Allen, ABitof Art from Matthew Arnold. .VIII, 134 
A Phase of William Blake's Ro- 
manticism V, 481 

Pattee, Fred Lewis, Fear in Macbeth X, 92 

Longfellow and German Romance 

XVII, A. 59 

Man of the West, The XXIV, 248 

Pattee, Loueen, Translator: Agnes Bernauer Hebbel. . . .XX, I 
Patterson, John, Some Lyrics of Anacreon in Pseudo- 

Anacreon IX, 400 

Paulding, J. K., Bjornson's "Beyond Human Strength" 

XIII, 543 

"Pauline" A Reference Index to I, 39 

Allusion in I, 89 

Comparison of Old and New Editions I, 520 

Payment Time XI, 479 

Peabody, Josephine Preston, As a Lyrist and Drama- 
tist XV, B. 149 

Caravans XIII, 542 

"Marlowe" XIV, A. 182 

Modern Life and Mod- 
ern Poetry XIV, A. 56 

The Source XIII, 541 

The Stay-at.Home XIII, 541 

The Wings XXV, 352 

Pearl, The (Early English Poem) V, 434 

Pearson, P. H., Bellman: The Swedish Poet of Native 

Romance XI, 251 

Peart, S. E., The Comradeship of Antony and Cleo- 
patra IV, 217 



76 POET LORE INDEX . 

Pechkoff, Alexis, A Study of the Work of XV, C. 53 

Pedio E., Human Ecstasy XVII, A. 133 

Peer Gynt, An Interpretation XVIII, 383 

Pegasus Club I, 203 

Pelleas and Melisande VI, 413 

Pence, J. A., Extracts from Letters on "Hamlet" from 

Prest. Adams and J. H. Hackett X, 459 

Pendelton, Charlotte, A Spring Song I, 511 

Browning's Memorial Poem 

I (facing page) 400 

From the Roman de la Rose I, 549 

Study in Shakespeare's Fairy 

Rhythm I, 30 

Perennial Witticism, vs a Shakespearean Crux XXIII, 341 

Performance of Peabody's "Marlowe" at Agassiz 

Home, Radcliffe College, XVI, C. 1 55 
Perry Jeannette Barbour, Is Blank Verse Lawless?. . . .VIII, 528 

Persian Poetry, Some Characteristics of Ill, I 

Pessimist Poet, A V, 385 

Phantasms (Drama) XIX, 241 

Phedre XVII, C. 59 

Phelps, Albert, Later Work of Maurice Maeterlinck XI, 357 

Maxim, the Bitter: A Study of the 

Work of Alexis Pechkoff XV, C. 53 

C. E. D., Browning:, A Sonnet V, 288 

George Turner, On the Staging of Parsifal. .XV, D. 97 

Mary, The Joy Element of Browning XV, B. 95 

Phillips, Stephen X, 430, 448 

Phillips's "Paoli and Francesca" XII, 126 

"Ulysses" XIV, A. 128 

Philology and Literature, Studies in IX, 143 

Philosophical Note on "King John," A XXII, 314 

Philosophy and Literature, Characteristics of XXIV, 122 

Phoenix, The VI, 611 

Pierot Dead XVI, D. 81 

The Cult of XIX, 318 

"Pietro of Albano" Variants of Browning's Ill, 577 

Pigeonneau's Inadvertent Romance XI, 28 

Pines, To the XXV, 215 

"Pippa Passes" VI, 133 

and "Pippa Dances" XX, 122 

on the Stage XVIII, 107 



POET LORE INDEX 77 

Pippa's Power, The Secret of Ill, 350 

Piper, The XV, C. 76 

Plastic Word, The XII, 384 

Plato as a Literary School for Writers XVII, D. 90 

Platt, Isaac Hull, Shelley and Whitman : A Compari- 
son and a Contrast VIII, 332 

Playfarer, The XXIII, 145 

Playhouse, The XXIII, 153, 294 

Playreader XXIII, 155, 300 

Plight of Dramatic Criticism, The XXIV, 201 

Pliny's Authors XVIII, 519 

Plutarch's "Virtuous Deeds of Women" XI, 20 

Poe, Edgar Allan, and Whistler XX, 391 

Grave of XI, 583 

New Edition of VII, 519 

Obsession of, The XII, 42 

On Happiness XV, D. 108 

Plea for XIII, 379 

Rationale of the Short Story, The, XVI, A. 57 

Poems XXV, 439 

of Leprosy, Two XVII, C. 104 

The Use of Alliteration in Shakespeare's V, 190 

Poet, A Canadian Poet, Isabella V. Crawford XIII, 575 

ATory Ill, $30 

Can [he] Be Democratic? VII, 619 

Lore" Prize Competition XVII, C. i 

What it Means Ill, 645 

of Italy, A XVI, B. 67 

of Sunrise, The, Sidney Lanier XV, D. 89 

Reading Course for a Young IX, 118 

Poetic Characteristics of Matthew Arnold VI, 76 

Criticism: Horace to Stedman V, 43 

Expression, The Nature of V, 81 

Interpretation of Nature XIII, 53 

Language XXI, 241 

Personifications of Evil - IX, 206 

Symposium I, 545 

Poetry. XVIII, 224 

American Ill, 639; IV, 580; XI, 129 

and Drama, Recent German XVIII, 123 

Philosophy VIII, 471 

The Old Quarrel Between. 1 X, 365 



7 8 POET LORE INDEX 

Poetry and Prose in Life and Art XV, C. 77 

from William Blake XI, 25 

Science Ill, 233 

British Ill, 363 5 X, 123 

Beginnings of, The XIII, 598 

Cathedral Imagery in VI, 279 

Ethics vs. Beauty in V, 353 

Immortality as a Motive in IX, 367 

Japanese XIV,C.9i,D. 83; XVI, 6.94 

Latin VII, 453 

Magic in IV, 109, 119, 126 

Modern, Relation of Modern Life to XIV, A. 56 

of Brick, The X, 381 

the Epoch, The XXV, 336 

Ethna Carbery, The XIX, 225 

Louise Chandler Moulton, The XIX, 473 

Robert Louis Stevenson XVIII, 396 

Persian Ill, I 

Primitive American IV, 329 

Prometheus Myths in IV, 141 

Propaganda for, A XI, 41 

Recent American II, 427; III, 639 

Some Recent, 

Study of, from the Standpoint of Aesthetics. . .VI, 536 

The New XXII, 155 

The Oldest English Lyric V, 57 

What It Has Done for the World* VIII, 145 

Whitman on I, 129 

and the Emotionalizing of Evolution XX, 113 

Poets, A Summer Outing With IX, 4*1 

and Novelists, Current French XVIII, 113 

and Old Age Ill, 57 

Choice of Subject Matter in VII, 356 

Effects of Environment on VI, 83 

Glimpses of Present Day XIII, 527; XIV, D. 113; 

XV, A. 131 

in School, The VI, 592 

Laureate IV, 552, 599 

Life of the Spirit in the Modern English VII, 455 

of America, Some Early Women IV, 332 

Poet's, Politics, A VII, 473, 543 

Tombs of I, 251 



POET LORE INDEX 79 

Pompilia I, 263 

Poor, Agnes Blake, Translator: Maraba Dias XV, A. 43 

Pope, The I, 309 

Popular Songs of Japan XV, B. 78 

Porte, J. Vibal de, (with Roy Temple House), Trans- 
lator: The Nymph Gorki. . . .XXIV, 368 

Porter, Charlotte, Ariel XXV, 217 

Beat of the Wing, The XIX, 234 

Books "on Whitman VI, 95; IX, 131 

British Verse, George Meredith, 

and Watts-Dunton X, 123 

Browning Books of the Year V, 277 

Browning's Love Letters, The XI, 301 

Tribute to Shakespeare, III, 216 
"Strafford", Dramatic 

Motive in V, 515 

Cambridge Edition of Milton, The, . .XI, 438 

Chat With Modjeska, A I, 524 

Child by the Sea, The XVI, B. 46 

Classical Greek Poetry VI, 43 

Contemporary French Novelists XI, 431 

Course in Shakespeare, A XIV, A. 117 

" Cyrano de Bergerac": What It 

Is and Is Not XI, 118 

Day of Deliverance Browning's 
"Return of the' Druses" in 

Lyric Form XVI, A. 23 

Elizabethan Lyrics, VII, 213 

Emerson and Sterling Letters, The. . . .X, 143 

Essays I, 635 

Fate: A Parable XVII, C. 103 

Gosse's Northern Studies Ill, 93 

Hearth Fire, The XX, 155 

Higginson's "Cheerful Yesterdays". .X, 440 

Holmes's Life and Letters VIII, 608 

Holy Day Prayers XVII, B. 117 

Ibsen's New Play "John Gabriel 

Borkman" XI, 102 

Ibsen's New Play "Little Eyolf " VII, 99 

Ideals of Womanhood by Brown- 
ing and the Greek Dramatists IX, 385 

In Portia's Gardens X, 305 



8o POET LORE INDEX 



Irish Players in Philadelphia, The, XXIII, 159 

Kalidasa's Masterpiece VIII, 35 

Keats's "Lamia" Contrasted With 

Coleridge's "Christabel" V, 32 

Kipling's "Seven Seas," An Ata- 
vism IX, 291 

Langtry in "Rosalind" I, 194 

Latin Poetry VII, 453 

"Literary History of America," A. .XIII, 439 

Literatures of the World. . X, 598 

"Love in Idleness" XVII, A. 86 

Lyric Poets' Series VIII, 150 

Year, The XXIV, 60 

New Book on Shakespeare, A VII, 37 

Editions X, 140 

Shakesperean Books IV, 222 

Studies in Literature VII, 459 

Notes on Recent Fiction VIII, 457, 617 

Old English Ballads VI, 565 

Old and New Ideals of Woman- 
hood Ill, 269 

Old Friends with New Faces VI, 639 

Our Anglo-Saxon Epic VI, 563 

Our So-Called Copyright Law IV, 155 

Personalia : Coleridge, Arnold, 

Stevenson VIII, 100 

Phillips's "Paolo and Francesca," 

and Swinburne's Rosamond XII, 126 

Margaret Fuller and her Friends. . .VIII, 155 

Marlowe in "Rosalind" I, 141 

Maurice Maeterlinck: Dramatist 

of a New Method V, 151 

Modern Imperialism As Shown in 

Browning's Napoleon III XII, 80 

Modernism of Hafiz, The VII. 516 

Modjeska's Lady Macbeth IV, 42 

Monhegan XVI, D. 96 

New Books of the Season : Antholo- 
gies VI, 620 

Poetic Criticism Horace to Sted- 

man , V, 43 

Pursuit of Happiness, The V, 582 



POET LORE INDEX 81 

Recent British Verse. .Ill, 363; V, 459; VI, 
366; VII, 366; VIII, 38, 147; IX, 440 

Browning Books IV, 276 

Poetic Dramas: Phillip's 
"Ulysses;" Peabody's 

"Marlowe"... XIV, A. 128 

Shakespearean Books. .V, 221; VIII, 
215; IX, 610 

Religio Poetae VI, 269 

Richard Mansfield as Richard III .... II, 30 

Smith's Troubadours at Home XII, 596 

Socialism in Literature XI, 418 

Studies in Philology and Literature . .IX, 143 
Sudermann's "Magda" and Duse'sVIII, 557 
Talk on American Patriotic Poems, A. .V, 342 

Study of Literature X, 128 

Technique of the Drama VII, 214 

Ten Brink's Shakespeare Lectures. . .VII, 216 

Tennyson's Last Book IV, 640 

The Playhouse XXIII, 153; 294 

Tory Poet, A Ill, 530 

Translator: Daughter of Joria 

d'Annuzio XVIII, I 

Monna Vanna Maeterlinck XV, C I 

(with Helen T. Porter) Saint 

John's Fire Sudermann XV, D. I 

Valuable Stage History, A Ill, 148 

Variants of Browning's "Pietro of 

Albano" Ill, 577 

Variorum Editions of Shakespeare, 

VII, 628; X, 430; XIII, ....141 
Also Contributions to Life and 
Letters, Notes, The Library 
Study Programs, Translations, 
etc. 

Porter, D. G., Moon and the Columbian Year V, 50 

Helen Tracy, Characteristics of The Work of 

Louise Imogen Guiney XIII, 287 

Higginson's "Contemporaries". . .XII, 311 
Howe's, Julia Ward, Reminis- 
cences XII, 313 

Translator: 



82 POET LORE INDEX 

Lady With the Dagger, The 

Schnitzler XV, B. I 

(with Helen A. Clarke) "Love's 
Labor's Lost," Study Pro*- 

gram XIV, B. 151 

t Loving Hours Schnitzler. . .XVII, A. 36 
(with Charlotte Porter) Saint 

John's Fire Sudermann. . . .XV, D. I 
Three Heron's Feathers, The 

Sudermann XII, 161 

Portia and the Caskets Ill, 69 

Portia's Garden, In X, 305 

Portugal, The Literature of XVIII, 342 

Portuguese Sonnets, Some Modern VI, 518 

Possant, Ernst, As Shylock I, 574 

Possible Source of Shakespeare's Culture XXIII, 1 14 

Postell, Catharine, The Midsummer Night's Dream 

(A Conception) XVIII, 522 

Pott, Mrs. Henry Bacon, Shakespeare's Circular I, 155 

Prairie, The XIX, 89 

Prayer of the Poet XVII, C 3 

for a Child. XIII, 605 

Precious Secret, My. XVII, A. 134 

Pre-Shakespearean Drama X, 436 

Prescience XXV, 592 

Price of Sight, The XIII, 354 

Price William R., Translator: Eventide Verlaine. .XXIII, 368 

Pride of Stupidity, The VII, 155 

Primitive Man in Modern Fiction XIX, 212 

Princess Has Her Lovers, The XXI, 466 

Prison in Spring, The XXV, 460 

Prize, Early English Study I, 154 

Problem, The XIV, C. 65 

Programs, Study "Ancient Mariner" X, 425 

"Andrea Del Sarto" Ill, 87 

"Antony and Cleopatra. . .XII, 97; XX, 315 

"Book of Job" XV, B. 140 

"Borkman" XI, 102 

Chambered Nautilus," "The VI, 570 

"Circles" X, 284 

"Columbus" VII, 161, 218, 275 

"Corrinne" XIII, 430 



POET LORE INDEX 83 

Disloyal Wife in Literature IX, 265 

"Each and All" VI, 273 

"Enoch Arden" Ill, 87 

"Faust" XV, B. 140 

Folk Poems : Browning XII, 105 

Flower Songs, "Fra Lippo" II, 262 

Group of American Poets, A XII, 305 

"Henry IV" XI, 94, 283 

"Henry VIII" XIV, D. 95 

"Hiawatha" .VII, 520, 576, 632 

Human Brotherhood in Whitman 

and Browning X, 421 

_" Idylls of the KLing" The XIII, 588 

*' Intimations of Immortality " . . VIII, 454 

"In ]VEemoriam" V, 574; XIII, 284 

"Julius Caesar" X, 564 

and "Straffbrd". .IV, 148 

"K-ing John" VIII, 218 

"Lear" X, 95, XI, 102; XXIV, no 

"Locksley Hall" V, 34 

"Love's Labor's Lost" I, 84 

"Mabel Martin" VIII, 158 

"Macbeth". -II, 585; XII, 430; XX, 229 

"Marble Faun" XIII, 433 

"Mary in Heaven" VI, 213 

"Merchant of Venice" 

I, 514; II, 26, 82, 134, 195, 647 

"Michael" Ill, 87; XII, 583 

"Michael Angelo" XIII, 427 

"Midsummer Night's Dream" I, 184, 

232, 280; VIII, 578; XV,C. 99 (Reprint) 

Ts/Iusic Poems Browning X, 288 

New Ideas in Teaching English 

Literature IX, 585 

"Norseman" VII, 105 

"Ode to Duty" VIII, 106 

"Othello" IX, 94; XX, 394 

Poems of Adventure and Heroism 

Browning XI, 403 

"Prayer of Columbus". .VII, 161, 218, 275 

Religious Poems Browning X, 103 

"Richard II" XIII, 586 



84 POET LORE INDEX 

"Ring and the Book" X, 569 

"Romola" XIII, 281 

"Self Reliance" XIV, A. in 

'.'Sixty Years After" V, 35 

"Snowbound" VI, 102 

"Spanish Student" VI, 161 

"Strafford". .1, 190, 332, 372, 426, 511, 562 
Study of Sense Epithets of Shel- 
ley and Keats X, 573 

Summer Outing, With the Poets, A . IX, 41 1 

"Tempest, " VIII, 347; XV, D. 123 (Reprint) 

Magic and Prospero . . Ill, 144 

"Thanatopsis" VI, 520 

"Twelfth Night". . .VIII, 44; XVI, A. 124 
(Reprint) 

"Two Gentlemen of Verona" I, 130 

"Visions of Sir Launfal" 

VI, 47; XV, A. 97 (Reprint) 
"Winter's Tale" in Connection 
with Greene's "Pandosto" and 

the Alkestis of Euripides IV, 516 

See also School for Literature 

Prometheus Stories in Literature IX, 589 

Promise Unfulfilled IX, 354 

Pronunciation, Early English I, 54 

Proverbs of Hell XI, 27 

Prud'homme, Sully, Agony XXII, 400 

The Chains XVI, D. 78 

The Faithless XVIII, 533 

To My Reader XV, B. 139 

Prydz, Alvilde, A Meeting XXV, 498 

From the Mountain Top XXV, 459 

He is Coming XXV, 230 

Pshibishevky, Stanislav XXIII, in 

For Happiness XXIII, 81 

Publisher, A Courageous, and Modern Poetry XV, A. 113 

Pulse of Spring: A Story of an Artist XIII, 321 

. in Verbal Rhythm XVI, B. 79 

Pursuit of Happiness," "The V, 582 

Quaker Poet in Puritan New England, A XXI, 330 

Quartos, Shakespeare I, 56, 398 



POET LORE INDEX 85 

Queen Ysabeau's Hunting XVII, B. 68 

Quest of Summer, The IX, i 

Question Unasked IX, 354 

Quirk, E. P., Shakespeare's "Less Greeke" II, 526 



Rabbi Ben Ezra, Remarks on Some Passages in I, 57 

"Rabbi Ben Ezra," Study Program X, 103 

Ranum, Louise Carr, Glance at Lord Ormont and His 

Aminta, A XXII, 137 

Rankin, Thomas Ernest, Character Writing in Eng- 
lish Literature XXIII, 42 

The Modern Short Story: 

Nature and Origin XVII, A. 100 

Rassato, A., Nocturne XVII, A. 134 

Rationale of the Short Story according to Poe XVI, A. 57 

Ray, Anna Chapin, The Nun's Reply V, 478 

Reaction X, 336 

Reader, The XV, B. 33 

Reading Course for a Young Poet IX, 118 

Realism in American Fiction of To-day XVII, C. 76 

Recent Stories X, 132 

Recht, Charles, Jaroslav Vrchlicky XXIV, 309 

and His Place in 

Bohemian Drama . XXV, 534 
Translator: 'At the Chasm Vrch- 
licky XXIV, 289 

Translator: The Clouds Kavapil XXI, 417 

Reconcilation (Play) XXI, 337 

Red Star, The , . . .XIX, 292 

Rendervo, Sipko, Modern Dutch and Flemish Poets. .XIII, 386 
Reed, Helen Leah, Aristophanes' Philosophy of Poetry 

According to Browning V, 237 

Browning's Pictures of Chivalry. . .XI, 588 

To Leuconoe X, 491 

Reincaration Ring, A XX, 77 

Religio Poetae VI, 269 

Religion of Schiller, The XVI, A. 87 

"Renaissance" (Drama) XIX, 369 

Renaissance Pictures in Browning X, 66 

Renaissance, Recent II, 401, 449 

Renan's "Caliban" XII, 145 

Required English, A Suggestion in IX, 585 



86 POET LORE INDEX 

Rest Thee, as on Thy April Bed XXV, 142 

Rhyme, A Philosophy of VII, 585 

Richard II, Study Program XIII, 586 

III, Short Story of, A XVI, A. 80 

Richter, Jean Paul V, 551 

Rider, Arthur Freemont, Two Poems of Leprosy. .XVII, C. 104 

Riders to the Sea (Tragic Drama) XVI, A. I 

Performance of by Twentieth Cen- 
tury Club XVI A. 132 

Ridley, Hilda, Larger Realism, The XXIV, 353 

Primitive Man in Modern Fiction XIX, 212 

Rihani, Ameen, Andalusian Love Songs XV, B. 74 

Attar and Sanai XVI, D. 87 

"Ring and the Book" Grammatical Form I, 291 

Original of V, 285 

Some of the Teachings I, 3 14 

Study Program X, 569 

Symposium I, 263, 309 

Ristori in America XVIII, 243 

Road House, At the VII, 397 

Roberts, Mary Eleanor, Queen Ysabeau's Hunting. .XVII, B 88 

Theodore, Failure X, 234 

Robertson, Alice Kent, Browning Memorial Services 

Boston II, 152 

Pompilia I, 263 

Tragic Motive of "In a Bal- 
cony" II, 310 

Robinson, Harriet H., Pompilia Sonnets IV, 284 

The Sonnet Sonnetized Ill, 551 

W. Clarke, Shakespeare Family Annals . . .II, 258, 315 
Roche-Guyon, Dizaino, From the Verse of the Duchess . . XIX, 478 

Rod, Edward, A Golden Wedding X, 483 

Roelvink, Herman, C. J., (pseudonym, Donaert Van 

Elben) The Stormbird. .XXIV, 65 

Rolfe, W. J., "As You Like It" IX, 552 

Blue Eyes in Shakespeare I, 479 

Browning Mastery of Rhyme V, 258 

Musical .Query, A V, 48 

"In Memoriani" and Other Tennysonia. .VIII, 90 
"In Memoriam" Christmases of, The. . .XIII, 151 
"Julius Caesar" V, 169, 424; VI, 7 



POET LORE INDEX 87 

Merchant of Venice, Date of I, 514 

(Study)II, 26, 82, 134, 195, 647 
Miranda and Ferdinand, Caliban and Ariel. Ill, 190 

"Much Ado About Nothing" IV, 184 

Note on Halliwell-Phillips I, 107 

"In Memoriam" VII, 428 

"LocksleyHall" V, 107 

Paracelsus and Bombast Ill, 103 

Poets in School, The VI, 592 

Questions and Notes on " A Midsummer 

Night's Dream" 1, 184, 232, 280 

Questions and Notes on "Love's Labor's 

Lost" I, 84 

Riccardi Palace of the "Statue and the 

Bust" The Ill, 284 

Shakespeare's Town XI, 446 

Shakespearean Questions: Are the 
Rhymed. Lines in "Othello" Shakes- 
peare's? X, 416 

Shakespearean Questions Concerning a 

Passage in "Macbeth" XV, C. 93 

Concerning Claudio in "Much 

Ado About Nothing" XII, 551 

Concerning Touchstone XIV, A. 95 

Is the part of Hecate in "Mac-^ 

beth," Shakespeare's XI, 602 

WasBanquoBad? XI, 396 

Malvolio a Puritan? Othello 

aNegro? X, 251 

"Taming of the Shrew" VIII, 182 

Tempest," "The, Magic and Prospero Ill, 144 

Notes on Ill, 23 

Tennyson's Quotation I, 375 

Tom Hood VIII, 535 

"Two Gentlemen of Verona" (Study) I, 130 

Romains, Jules, I am Seeking XXIV, 350 

It Is Not in Vain That I Have Been 

peeking. XXIV, 351 

Life Unanimous XXIV, 112 

Roman Advocate of the Simple Life, A XVII, A. 87 

Roman de la Rose," A Note on I, 550 

From the I, $49 



88 POET LORE INDEX 

Romanticism, A Phase of William Blake's V, 481 

Is Still in Flower, Where XIX, 332 

Romberg V., Translator: The Dangerous Desire for 

Growth in a Glass House Garshin. . . .XII, 327 

"Romeo and Juliet" in French Ill, 27 

in Japan I, 469 

Moral Proportion and Fatalism 

in VII, 551 

Juliet's Runaway Once More IV, 14 

Romeo and Rosaline I, 205 

"Romola," Study Program XIII, 281 

Rosalind, Miss Faucit I, 145 

Mrs. Langtry I, 194 

Miss Marlowe I, 141 

"Rosamond" XII, 126 

Rose, The XVIII, 528 

Rose-Breasted Grosbeak, To the XII, 346 

Rosenhagens, The (Drama) XXI, i 

Roses XXV, 58 

Rosmer, Ernst, John Herkner (Drama) XXII, 321 

Twilight (Drama) XXIII, 369 

Rosny, J. H., The Temptress X, 26 

Ross, Morris, Deterioration of the Stage Ill, 353 

Stage Types of Lady Macbeth V, 90 

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, A Word for XXI, 322 

First Picture I, 204 

Rossettis, The X, 298 

Rossetti's" Jenny" VII, I 

Rossetti's Treatment of Love XVI, A. 76 

Rostard and Chantecler XXIII, 74 

Row, Arthur, New York w Chicago as a Dramatic 

Center XXII, 151 

Richard Mansfield, An Appreciation, . . . .XIX, 367 

Rubaiyat of Titus Lucretius Corus XIX, 467 

Ruhl, Arthur Bacon, The Poetry of Brick X, 381 

Ruskin, John, As an Art Teacher V, 405 

As a Letter Writer, Unpublished Letters 

V, 167 

Letters to Chesneau VII, 123, 255, 343 

On Gold: A Treasure Trove IV, 119 

On Wages: Unpublished Letters Ill, 363 



POET LORE INDEX 89 

Russian Dramas II, 113, 566 

Players XVI, C. 156 

Writers, Goethe and II, 572 

Rystad, 0. H., Where Romanticism is Still in Flower. .XIX, 332 

Saga, A Present Day VI, 394 

Saga Literature VI, 281 

of Thornstein Staff Stroke VI, 290 

Sigfrid, Enchanted Garden, The XXII, 319 

Sahler, Emma F., An Impetuous Angel XIV, A. 46 

Saint Chamarand, Maurice, Art of Humilis, The XXV, 572 

John's Fire, (Drama) XV, D. I 

Nicholas, A Legend of (Play) XXV, 473 

Saintsbury, George, A Note on Marlowe. I, 213 

Sakiname XXI, 471 

Salmon, Arthur L., Chatterton IV, 593 

Modern Stoic, A, Emily Bronte IV, 64 

Russian Pietist, A, Feodor Dos- 

toyevski VI, 309 

Salome (A Tragedy) XVIII, 199 

Salus, Hngo, Legend from the Talmud, A XXIV, 348 

San Francisco Under Stress XVII, C. 73 

Sancta Susanna (Play) XXV, 514 

Santayana on Browning XIII, 97 

"Sapho and Phao," Plot of VIII, 29 

Sappho, Poem by X, 626 

Sardou's Cleopatra II, 654 

Sarojini Naidu, New Hindu Poetess XX, 61 

of Hyderbad XXV, 60 

Saturnalia, The XIX, 90 

Savage, John J., Three Songs from the Gaelic XXV, 140 

Sawin, Theophilus Parsons, Browning's "Childe Ro- 
land" and Tennyson's 

"Vision of Sin" IX, 256 

Sawyer, Ruth^Sidhe of Ben-Mor, The (Play) XXI, 300 

Scandinayian Authors, Modern Ill, 33 

Book Market, News from the VIII, 601 

Schackford, Charles Chauncey, The Pope I, 309 

Scharrelmann, Wilhelm, (with J. Wiegand,) The Wages 

ofWar XIX, 129 

Schaukal, Epigram: Life XXIII, 79 



90 POET LORE INDEX 

Schelling, Felix E., On Browning II, 48 

Word on English Literature in 

America, A I, 210 

Schenck, Anna, Translator: Dream of a Spring Morn- 
ing, A (Play) d'Annunzio XIV, A. 6 

Dream of an Autumn Sunset, The 

(Play) d'Annunzio XV, A.6 

Story of Greece, A Serago XV, B. 19 

Schiller, The Religion of XVI, A. 87 

Schiller's "Jungtrau Von Orleans:" Its point of Contact 

with Shakespeare VII, 169 

Schmidt, F. G. G., Ibsen's Influence Upon German 

Literature XVII, A. 112 

Schnittkind, Henry T., Shambles XXV, 559 

Schnitzler, Arthur, XXIII, 25 

Duke and the Actress, The XXI, 257 

Lady With the Dagger, The XV, II, I 

Legacy, The XXII, 241 

Living Hours XVII, A. 36 

School of Literature: 

Artistic Devices of Coleridge's "Ancient Mariner, " 

The X, 425 

Browning's Folk Poems XI, 608; XII, 105 

Love Poems VIII, 272 

Music Poems X, 288 

Poems of Adventure and Heroism. .XI, 289, 403 

Religious Poems X, 103 

"Ring and the Book" X, 569 

Bryant's "Thanatopsis" VI, 520 

Burns' "Mary in Heaven" VI, 213 

De Stael, "Corinne" .XIII, 430 

Disloyal Wife in Literature IX, 265 

Eliot's "Romola 1 " XIII, 281 

Emerson's "Circles" X, 284 

"Each and All" VI, 273 

"Self Reliance" XIV, A. in 

Goethe's "Faust" and the "Book of Job" XV, B. 140 

Group of American Poets, A XII, 305 

Hawthorne's "Marble Faun" XIII, 433 

Holmes' Chambered Nautilus," "The VI, 570 

Human Brotherhood in Whitman and Browning X, 421 

Ibsen's "Borkman" XI, 102 



POET LORE INDEX 91 

Longfellow's "Hiawatha" VII, 520, 576, 632 

"Michael Angelo" XIII, 427 

" Spanish Student" VI, 161 

Lowell's "Columbus" VII, 161, 218, 275 

"Vision of Sir Launfal" VI, 47; XV, A. 97 

(Reprint of Poet Lore for January, 1894) 

New Ideas in Teaching English Literature IX, 585 

Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" XII, 97 

"Cymbeline" X, 276 

"Henry IV" XI, 94, 283 

"Henry VIII" XIV, D. 95 

"Julius Caesar" X, 564 

"King John" VIII, 218 

"Lear" X, 95, XI, in; XVI, B. 127 

(Reprint from "Poet Lore" January, 1898) 

"Macbeth" XII, 430; XIII, in 

"Midsummer Night's Dream," VIII, 578; XV 
C. 99 (Reprint from ' 'Poet Lore, " 1 896) 

"Othello"... IX, 94 

"Richard III" XIII, 586 

"Tempest," VIII, 347; XV, D. 123 (Reprint 

from"Poet Lore," 1896) 
"Twelfth Night," VIII, 44; XVI, A. 124 
(Reprint from "Poet Lore," 1896) 

"Winter's Tale" XIV, C. 132 

Study of the Sense Epithets of Shelley and Keats X, 573 

Summer Outing With the Poets, A IX, 411 

Tennyson's Idylls of the King," "The XIII, 588 

. "InMemoriam" XIII, 284 

Whitman's "Prayer of Columbus". .. .VII, 161, 218, 275 

Whittier's "Mabel Martin" VIII, 158 

"Norseman" VII, 105 

"Snowbound" '. .VI, 102 

Woodsworth's "Intimations of Immortality" VIII, 454 

"Michael'" XII, 583 

"Ode to Duty" VIII, 106 

See Programs, Study 

Science, Poetry and Ill, 233 

Scientist's Argument for the Infinite, A XI, 309 

Scratch Club Paper's : I, 441 



92 POET LORE INDEX 

Scudder, Vida D., Comparative Study of Wordsworth's 
"Michael;" Tennyson's "Enoch 
Arden;" Browning's "Andrea 

DelSarto," A, 111,87 

Irish Literary Drama, The ;XVT, A. 40 

Womanhood in Modern Poetry I, 449 

Sea Gull, The (Drama) XXIV, I 

Sea Poems, A Group of VIII, 476 

Seacoast of Bohemia, The XX, 159 

Seaman, Owen, From the Provenal of Sordello, Trou- 
badour V, 236 

Secret of Life, The XX, 80 

Secreting, The XXV, 255 

Seidensticken, Oswald, English and German Litera- 
ture in the Eighteenth Cen- 
tury 11,57,169 

Select Books XIII, 595 

Book Notes XIII, 148, 302, 451 

Selections from "Doctor Angelico's Manuscripts". . . .XXIV, 268 

Self-Culture XXIV, 58 

"Self-Reliance" (Study Program) XIV, A. in 

Sembower, Acta Brunt, Story in George Meredith, The 

XXIII, 360 

Sentimental Voyage A Little IX, 186 

Separateness XXIV, 128 

Sequence, From an Unpublished XXV, 226 

Serao, Matilda, Story of Greece, A XV, B. 19 

Serpent of Old Nile, The X, 514 

Seven Princesses, The (Drama) VI, 29, 87, 150 

Scyld, Passing of II, 133 

Seymour, Charles "Hamlet" at the Comedie-Fran- 

caise I, 571 

Notes from Paris on the Death of 

Browning II, in 

"Romeo and Juliet" in French Ill, 27 

Sardou's "Cleopatra" II, 654 

Shylock in Paris II, 139 

Shadow, Hunter, The IX, 6 

Shadow of Statues, In the (Drama) XXV, 371 

Shakespeare, William, Actor in, The V, 589 

Alliteration in V, 190 



POET LORE INDEX 93 

And Bacon Controversy. . .1, 151; IV, 200 
Recent Literature on. .... I, 69 

And Ben Jonson V, 431 

And Destiny XII, ^47 

And Hauptmann XXIII, 56 

And Schiller VII, 169 

And the Greek Tragedians VI, 187 

And the Russian Drama. .1, 497; II, 113 
Anniversary at Stratford-on- 

Avon, The I, 286 

Anniversary Performance at 

Stratf ord-on-Avon V, 2,27 

Anniversary Plays HI, 226 

Appreciation of, in France. . .XVI, C. 157 

Art of I, 31 

As a Citizen II, i 

As a Clinician I, 248 

As Critic of the Ballad Drama, 

etc IX, 242,, 250 

At the Paris Exposition I, 560 

Birth and Death, Date of IV, 380 

Birthday I, 252, 286 

Birthplace I, 295, 399; HI, aa 9 

Bohemia, in IV, ^31 

Books Ill, a 3 1 

BoydeU's Edition of I, ^03 

Brink's Lectures of VII, ai6 

Browning's Tribute to Ill, 213, 216 

Browsings in XV, C. 70 

Characters in "As You Like 

It" IV, 31, 81 

Characters in "Much Ado About 

Nothing" VI, 126, 491 

Chief Difference Between the 

First and Second Folios of, XVI, B. 140 

Come Away, Death (Song) Ill, 2,1 a 

Commemorations, II, 252, 306, 607; III 

356, 37> 

Commemorative Feasting Ill* 37 * 

Festivals. .VTII, 167, 340 
Week, Stratford, 

Letters on. .Ill, 356 



94 POET LORE INDEX 



Compliment to Bran tome IV, 446 

Comradeship of Antony and 

Cleopatra IV, 217 

Course in "Love's Labor's 

Lost 55 A XIV, A. 117; B. 151 

Critical Study of, A I, 38 

Dutch Version of I, 259 

Early Mutilators of IV, 360 

Editor of the First American 

Edition of IV, 287 

Editors of, The I, 64 

Egoism I, 406 

Eyes in I, 479 

Face II, 634 

Fairy Rhythms of ' 1,30 

Family Annals II, 258, 315 

Favorite Latin Author I, 323 

Final Philosophy of XXIV, 421 

First American Edition of Ill, 228 

Editor II, 424 

Folios (1623) Auction Sale of I, 247 

Fragamenta Aurea of Sir John 

Suckling... ......XIV, C. 54 

Furness' Variorum Edition of 

I, 439; XIII, 141 

German Jahrbuch I, 382, 439 

"Greeke" II, 526 

"Hamlet" as a Solar Myth Ill, 214 

History of (his) Stage Life, 

Gentle Will, Our Fellow, V, 7, 72, 129, 

183, 254, 4*4> SOS? 564* 6l2 

In Japan I, 466 

Ignorance Concerning the Coast 
of Bohemia VI, 196 

Inheritance from the Four- 
teenth Century I, 551; II, 410 

Is Caesar Ignoble IV, 191 

"John, " A-Combe ; The Moving 
Wood and a forgotten Esti- 
mate of Bacon VII, 185 

Juliet's Runaway IV, 14 

"Julius Caesar 7 ' V, 169; XIII, 560 



POET LORE INDEX 95 

King Lear at the Court Theatre 

in !Munich I, 376 

Land of I 5 151 

Libraries of I, 150 

Lyly and V, 177 

M!abie*s, Hamilton, Biography 

of XII, 612 

R/Ianual Ill, 2,22, 

Manuscripts, Earliest VI, 222 

Memorial VIII, 466 

"Midsummer Night's Dream," 

Solar Mlyths in III? 17 

Milton Compared With I, 396 

Ivlotherless Heroines in XL, 629 

"Much Ado About Nothing" IV, 184 

Tvlusic I, 292 

New W"ord on Sonnets HI* 505 

On the Text of Ill, 335 

Opening Scenes, the KLeynote of 

Action and Motive of. .VI, 169, 337, 452 

"Othello" in Paris I, 301, 362 

Owners of First Folios of X, 153 

Peculiarity of, A VII, 527 

Portia and the Caskets of Ill* 69 

Quartos I, 56, 398 

Quotes Spenser Ill, 102 

Recent Books on _. IX, 610 

Editions VIII, 2*15 

Reproduction of the First Folio 

of XIII, 464 

Rhythm and IV, 

Rolfe's Edition of VIII, 

"Romeo and Juliet" in French .... Ill, 

Skull, etc I, 246 

Some Curious Versions of. . .XVI, C. 132 

Sonnets Ill, 505; IV, 223; V, 181 

"W. H." and the 

"Dark Lady" II, 460 

Spring, Pilgrimage to IV, 371 

Stage Versions before 1800, of 

XV, B. 116, IX in 
Statues II, ^88, 466 



96 POET LORE INDEX 

Stratford-on-Avon, in Ill, 229 

Study of I, 109 

Study Programmes, II, 26, 82, 134, 647; 
IV, 516; VIII, 44, 218, 347, 578; IX, 
275; X, 95, 276, 564; XI, 94, 102, 283; 
Xn, 9 7,43o;XIII,iii,586;XIV,D. 9 S; 
XVI, A. 124; B. 127; XX, 229, 315, 394 

Summary of Books on Ill, 231 

Supernatural in V, 490, 557, 620 

"Tempest": Magic andProspero.III, 144 

"Tempest," Notes on Ill, 23 

Temple's Edition of VIII, 215 

Tercentenary, London Ill, 201 

Text of Ill, 335 

Use of Life as a Dramatic Ma- 
terial VI, 70 

Victorian Commemorations Ill, 204 

Whitman's View of II, 368; III, 626 

Shakespeare's Astronomy XIII, 366 

Birthday in Concord, N. H I, 274 

Clownery XVII, D. 113 

Culture, A Possible Source of XXIII, 114 

Development as Shown in His Songs... XI, 549 

"Fellow," Annals of: Robert Armin I, 507 

Fidelity to History XIII, 91 

Influence on Goethe XVI, A. 65 

Legerdemain With Time in Julius 

Caesar XI, 276 

Miranda and Tennyson's Elaine V, 15 

Political Philosophy XXI, 483 

Shrew, New Views of VIII, 169, 182, 192 

Stage in Munich I, 47 

Time, Clowns and Fools VIII, 206 

Tragedies, The Moral Proportion, and 
the Fatalism of Passion Exhibited 

in VII, 75, 133, 191, 424, 487, 551, 613 

"Winter's Tale" Considered in connec- 
tion with Greene's "Pandosto" and 

"Alkestis" of Euripides XIV, C. 132 

Shakespearean Books IV, 222; V, 221 ; XI, 293 

Critics Disagree, Where V, 141 

Crux, Perennial Witticism vs. A XXIII, 341 



POET LORE INDEX 97 

Questions, X, 416; XI, 396, 602; XII, 

551; XIV, A. 95; XV, C. 93 

"Shakuntala," Kalidasa's Masterpiece VIII, 35 

Shambles (Play) XXV, 559 

Sharp, William VII, 157 

Sharphsteen, Helena, Three Days XVIII, 395 

Separateness XXIV, 128 

Why? XXIV, 121 

Shaun, The Tinker XXV,25i 

Shaw, Bernard, Some Misconceptions Concerning IX, 376 

She Who Waits XVI, A. 36 

Sheldon, Caroline, Rostand and Chantecler XXIII, 74 

William L., The Antigone of Sophocles and 

Shakespeare's Isabel IV, 609 

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, and Verlaine VIII, 406 

At Essex Hall II, 78 

Centenary Ill, 650; IV, 527 

Comparison and Contrast 

with Whitman VIII, 332 

Forged Letters I, 592 

In Memoriam IV, 315 

Letters of Goodwin and X, 389 

Letters to "Elizabeth Kitchener" IV, 304 

Life in "Epipysychidion" II, 225 

Memorial V, 103 

Sense Epithets X, 573 

Society Ill, 650 

Unpublished Letters Ill, 155 

Shelley's Faith IV, 289, 397 

Influence on Browning VII, 18 

Sherman, L. A., Literature and the Scientific Spirit; 
May There Be a Science of Aes- 
thetics VI, 323 

"Luria" and "Othello": Types and 

Art Compared VI, 585 

Specialized Teaching of Literature. . . .VI, 381 

Shinnecock Hills XXIII, 221 

Short Story of Richard III, A XVI, A. 80 

Shylock in Paris II, 139 

Sidhe of Ben Mor (Folk Lore Play) XXI, 300 

Sienkiewicz, Henrik, A Hindoo Legend XV, B. 48 

Sigfrid Stories in the Nibelungenlied and Elsewhere X, 543 



98 POET LORE INDEX 

Sightless, The (Drama) V, 159, 218, 273, 442 

Significance of Maeterlinck's " Bluebird," The XXII, 460 

Silence XVIII, 401 

Sill, A Bird Anthology From IX, 566 

Silver Flute (A Chronicle of Ancient Greece) XVIII, 187 

Simmons, Laura, The Dream and the Business XXIV, 126 

Simon, Anne, An Appreciation of Marinetti XXV, 453 

Translator: Poems, Marinetti XXV, 439 

Simoon (Play) XVII, C. 21 

Simpson, Jane H., Shelley at Essex Hall II, 78 

Singer, The V, 331 

"Sister Beatrice," Performance by Twentieth Cen- 
tury Club XVI, A. 132 

Skeat, Ethel G., Fairy-Lore: "Midsummer Night's 

Dream" Ill, 177 

Lady Macbeth's Complexity (Note). . .II, 441 

Slam, The XXIII, 304 

Slaughter, Gertrude E. T., Pascoli and Recent Italian 

Poetry XVIII, 501 

Sleep XI, 478 

"Sludge, The Medium" Ill, 75; VII, 240 

Smith, A. Tolman, Browning's "Sordello:" a Study 

in the Psychology of Childhood VI, 238 

C. Alphonso, Dramatic Import of the Falling 

Sickness in Shakespeare's "Ju- 
lius Caesar," The VI, 469 

Interpretation of Tennyson's 

"Break, Break, Break," An. .VIII, 33 
Mood of Browning's "Childe 

Roland/' The XI, 626 

Frederick M., Stevenson's Essays XIV, A: 70 

George J., Whitman's Reading of Life XVII, C. 79 

Hyacinth Stoddard, Cordia XIX, 165 

James Duncan, On Spenser's "Faerie Queene". .X, 492 

James Edgar, Chariot of Fire XIII, I 

Lewis Worthington, In the Workshop XXIV, 365 

Literature and the Peda- 
gogue XXI, 311 

Literature of Dreams, The, VIII, 233 
LilaiseR., Translator: Little Meret Keller . ,XVII,C. 50 
Nora Archibald, Jose Echegaray XX, 218 



POET LORE INDEX 99 

William Benjamin, Great American Poem, A. .VII, A. 124 
Translator: Das Trunkne 

Lied XVI, C.gi 

Merman and the 

Seraph, The XVII, C. 5 

Smug Citizen (Drama) XVII, D. I 

Smyth, Albert H., A Greek Hamlet Ill, 38 

Letter Ill, 593 

Snoddy, James S., Color and Motion in Lanier XII, 558 

Sidney Lanier: The Poet of Sun- 
rise XV, D. 89 

"Snow Bound" VI, 102 

Social Tendencies * XIV, B. 27; C. 23 

Theories and Art in Modern Drama XXII, 141 

Socialism in Literature XI, 418 

Societies, Browning, Alcuin, Madison, Ind I, 182 

Boston, I, 225, 263, 309; II, 436; III, 389, 
591; IV, 288, 471, 476, 647; V, 56, no, 
168, 228, 288, 384; VII, 55, 168, 279, 471; 

VIII, 357 

Cleveland, Ohio I, 524 

Jacksonville, Fla II, - 604 

Lincoln, Neb II, 329 

London, Eng., I, 52, 329, 390, 542; II, 549; 

III, 590, 649 

Meadville, Pa., I, 278; II, 331; III, 539 

Philadelphia (New Century), I, 35, 82, 128; 

182, 225, 279, 330, 408, 470, 488, 523, 

567; II, 35, 89, 145, 212, 278, 332, 379, 

662; III, 53, 107, 162, 292, 379, 591; 

IV, 108, 288, 533; V, 55, 112, 380, 646; 
VII, 278; VIII, 366 

Plainfield, N. J II, 86 

Rochester, N. Y Ill, 389 

Scarborough, Eng Ill, in 

St. Louis, Mo I, 424 

Syracuse, N. Y II, 327 

Shakespeare, Baltimore, I, 273; II, 327; III, 388;. IV, 
382; V, 592. 

Bonham, Texas I, 422 

Clifton, Bristol, Eng... I, 223; II, 84; III, 
i66;IV, 167; V, 545 VIII, 368 



ioo POET LORE INDEX 

Concord, N. H. (Avon) I, 321 

Detroit, I, ^75 

Edinburgh, Scot I, 522 

Grand Rapids, Mich., I, 321; II, 329; IV, 
383 ;V, 480 

Hamilton, Australia I, 566 

London (New), Eng 1, 34, 342, 389 

Meadville, Pa I, 322 

Melbourne, Australia I, 32, 422, 566 

Montreal, Can I, 276, 522 

Nashville, Tenn (Query) I, 127 

Natick, Mass I, 423 

New York II, 329 

Normal College II, 328 

Nicholasville, Ky. (Jessamine)...!, 325 

Oakland, Cal I, 181, 487 

(Ebell) I, 487 

(Locke-Richardson) I, 181 

Philadelphia, Pa., (Hathaway) I, 326 

Junior Org.) I, 278 

(New Century 

Guild) I, 276 

Peoria, 111 < . .IV, 384 

Springfield, Mo I, 569 

Warren IV, 168 

West Philadelphia, Pa I, 327 

Woodland, Cal. (Mutual), I, 127, 327, 
570; II,. 142, 658; III, 537; V, 480 

Athena, Berlin, Wis IV, 107; VI, 581 

Fellow Craft II, 329 

Friends in Council, Springfield, Mo. 

II, 601; IV, 648 

Ford's (Miss) Literary Circle II, 329 

Ladies Literary Club. II, 328 

Manuscript IV, 479 

Scarborough Literary V, 112 

Starr King Fraternity, Oakland, Cal. V, 591 

Society, Leit-Motiv, The IV, 274 

Sogard Thyge, Continental Literature IV, 286, 527 

Translator: Glove, A Bjornson IV, 7, 70 

Karen Kielland IV, 385 

Solomon, The Song of XVIII ,79 



POET LORE INDEX 101 

Some Aspects of Echegaray XXI, 234 

Curious Versions of Shakespeare XVI, C. 132 

Song, Topelius' XXIV, 207 

Song Before Twilight, A XXV, 612 

by Maria Lowell IX, 461 

of Tzar Ivan Vasiljevich XXIV, 278 

Songs from "Le Bonne Chanson" XVI, D. 80 

Plato and Ptolemseus XIX, 438 

the Gaelic, Three XXV, 140 

' Ghetto '. XII, 308 

of Japan, Popular XV, B. 78 

Naples XXI, 152 

the Wilderness XV, D. 72 

Sonnet CXXVIII V, 433 

Literature, Curiosities in Ill, 545 

on the Petrachan XIV, A. 152 

Sonnetized Ill, 551 

Structure of the VIII, 593 

The Tailed IV, 454 

Sonnets from the Portuguese I, 172 

to Delia VIII, 473 

"Sordello" Hero as Man, The VIII, 313 

Poet, The VIII, 243 

Plant in I, 485 

Poetic Limitations of IV, 612 

Spider in I, 432, 486, 518 

Study in the Psychology of Childhood VI, 238 

Verse of V, 236 

Soubrette, The XI, 13 

Soul's Tragedy," "A XIII, 411 

Southern Verse XVII, D. 103 

Sowacki, In Switzerland XXIV, 59 

"Spanish Student" VI, 161 

Spaulding, Henry G., Caponsacchi I, 269 

Spence, A. M., lago's Conscience V, 194 

Our Inherited Bad Grammar VII, 450 

Spenser, Died, When VII, 183 

Some Predecessors of I, 214 

Spenser's " Faerie Queen, " Tennyson and Others, Debt- 
ors to ^ X, 492 

Spider's Allusions 7.7 ; I, 432, 486, 518 

Spielhagen, Friedrich, The Veteran Novelist XVI, D. 131 



102 POET LORE INDEX 

Sphinx, The XIV C 65 

Spiritualism Ill, 75 

Spring XXV, 137 

in the City IX, 462 

Song, A I, 51 1 

Squires, Vernon Purinton, Influence of Milton on 

Wordsworth IX, 540 

"St. Agnes Eve" Literary Factors in Ill, 10 

St. Cyr, Dirce, Translator: Hidden Spring, The XVIII, 143 

Phantasms Bracco XIX 241 

Stage, Deterioration of the Ill, 353 

History, A Valuable Ill,- 148 

Performance of Browning's Plays XIV, C. 115 

Versions of Shakespeare XV, B. 116; XV, D. in 

Staging of "Parsifal," On the ' XV, D. 97 

Stanley, Marian C., Heloise to Abelard XX, 156 

Stapfer, Paul, Shakespeare and the Greek Tragedians. . .VI, 187 

"Statue and the Bust" Ill, 284, 648 

A Parable X, 397 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence,Falstaff s Song XIII, 532 

Juliet's Runaway, Once 

More IV, 14 

"Pan in Wall St." XIII, 528 

Present Day Poets, in. . .XII, 305 
The Hand of Lincoln. . .XIII, 531 

Stedman's Edmund Clarence, American Anthology XII, 606 

Stefansson, Vilhjulmar, Present Day Literature of 

Iceland XV, B. 126 

The Newer Literature of Ice- 
land XV, A. 62 

Stephens, Anna Cox, Plastic Word, The XII, 384 

Stephenson, Mary L-, Translator: The Legacy Schnit- 

zler XXII, 2 4I 

Steps Towards a Civic Theatre XXIII, 320 

Stetson, Charlotte Perkins, As a Social Philosopher 

and Poet XI, 124 

Stevenson, Robert Louis, Advice to a Young Man. . .XVI, B. 137 

Personalia VIII, 100 

Poetry of XVIII, 396 

Verses in Memory of VII, 397 

Stevenson's Essays XIV, A. 70 

Stirrups of Eros XVI, B. 76 



POET LORE INDEX 103 

Stitt, E. R. F., Love and Duty in Tennyson and Brown- 
ing IV, 271 

Stone, Jane Dransfield, Ibsen's "Brand" XVII, C. 60 

Night XXIV, 277 

"Peer Gynt," An Interpreta- 
tion XVIII, 383 

Stopes, Charlotte C., Edinburgh University and Wo- 
men. Professor David Mas- 
son on Tennyson IV, 635 

Shakespeare's Commemorative 

Festival VIII, 342 

Shakespeare's Commemoration 

Week: Strafford Letters Ill, 356 

Shakespeare's John A-Combe, the 
"Moving Wood," and a For- 
gotten Estimate of Bacon VII, 185 

Shakespeare's Sonnets "W. H." 

and the "Dark Lady" II, 460 

Spring Pilgrimage to Shakes- 
peare's Town, A IV, 371 

Stormbird, The (Drama) XXIV, 65 

Stork, Charles Wharton, Translator: Epigram: Life 

Schaukel XXIII, 79 

Erinna to Sappho Morike 

XXIV, 199 
The Two Hofmannsthah . .XXIII, 444 

Venice Nietzsche XXIII, 79 

Story About Gunnel, The XII, i 

of Greece, A XV, B. 19 

"Story" in George Meredith, The XXIII, 360 

Stowe's, Harriet Beecher, Life and Letters X, 579 

"Strafford" and "Julius Caesar" IV, 148; V, 384 

Dramatic Motive in Browning's V, 515 

Prose Life of IV, 524 

Reference Index to I, 137, 236 

Revision of IV, 473 

Suggestions to Study, I, 190, 282, 332, 372, 426, 511, 
562 

Stramm, August, Bride of the Moor, The XXV, 499 

Sancta Susanna XXV, 514 

Stratford-on-Avon I, 252, 286, 296, 399 



io 4 POET LORE INDEX 

Stratton, Clarence, Translator: An Italian Land- 
scape, cTAnnunzio XVI, C. no 

Joyzelle Maeterlinck XVI, B. i 

Pierrot Dead Verlaine XVI, D. 81 

She Who Waits Le Blanc. . .XVI, A. 36 

Street, Charles M., " To Be or Not To Be" XXV, 461 

James M., A New Hamlet Query XX, 468 

Stribling, Tom Sigismund, Southern Verse XVII, D. 103 

Strindberg, Auguste XVI, A. 46; XXIV, 42 

Debit and Credit XVII C 28 

Julie XVII, 161 

King Lear's Wife XXIV, 108 

Love and Bread VI, 501 

Outcast XVII, C. 8 

Phoenix, The VI, 611 

Simoon XVII, C. 21 

Stronger, The XVII, A. 47 

L. (Scandinavian Author) Ill, 36 

Stronger, The, (Play) XVII, A. 47 

Stronghold, The X, 491 

Stuart, Ruth McEnery, April Dreaming XXV, 611 

Such a Commonplace Man VII, 210 

Sarcenet Surety Ill, 113 

Suckling, Sir John, From the Fragementa Aurea of. .XIV, C. 54 

Sudermann, Hermann XXII, 195 

Johannes (Drama) XI, 161 

Morituri: Teias (Drama) IX, 330 

Saint John's Fire (Drama) XV, D. I 

Three Heron's Feathers, The 

(Drama) XII, 161 

and Hauptmann and Their 

Plays XIV, B. 114 

Recent German Criticisms. .XIV, C. 46 

Sudermann's "Magda" and Duse '. VIII, 557 

Summer-Folk (Drama) .' XVI, C. i 

Singularity of Gorki's Art Illustrated 

in XVI, C. 152 

Summers, Edith, Translator: "The Faithless" Prud- 

homme XVIII, 533 

Sumurun XXIII, 292 

Sun Symbolism in Browning XI, 55 



POET LORE INDEX 105 

Sunken Bell, The (Drama) X, 161 

Another Interpretation of X, 452 

Symbolism of X, 312 

Sunrise, Two Singers of IX, 407 

Supernatural in Two Recent Plays XX, 438 

Swan, Arthur Helge, Plight of Dramatic Criticism, 

The XXIV, 201 

Translator: 

"Julie" Strindberg XXII, 161 

King Lear's Wife Strindberg 

XXIV, 108 

Swayne, Christine Liebeneck, Shinnecock Hills XXIII, 221 

Tristram Forethoughful 

XXIV, 358 
Sweeney, Mildred McNeal, In Delos In the Drifting 

Isle XXI, 240 

Swiggert G. L., A Plea for Poe XIII, 379 

Swinburne, Algernon Charles XVI, D. 108 

Lyric Origins of, The XVIII, 468 

Rosamond XII, 126 

Switzerland, In XXIV, 59 

Sword and a Crozier (Drama) XXIII, 225 

Symbolism of Tennyson's "Holy Grail," XVI, B. 86 

of'The Flame of Life," XVI, C. 112 

Synge J. M., and the Playboy of the Western World. .XIX, 364 
Riders to the Sea (Drama) XVI, A. i 

Tagore, Rabindranath, The Bayadere XXV, 61 

Taliesin: A Masque VIII, i, 63, 292 

Taming of the Shrew VIII, 169, 182, 192, 197, 346 

Tannenforst, Ursula, Divided II, 193 

Tarn of the Mad Student, The XIII, 465 

Tavaststgerna, Karl, Without Words XII, 12 

Taylor, Elizabeth, Tale of Arion, A X, 8 

Tchekkof, Anton, Sea Gull, The XXIV, i 

Tears XXI, 95 

Teasdale, Sara A., Ballad of Two Knights, A XXII, 78 

Princess Has Her Lovers, The XXI, 466 

Silence XVIII, 401 

Teggart, Frederick John, Plot of Lyly's "Sapho and 

Phao" The VIII, 29 

Telephone, A Prophecy of the : .III, 98 



106 POET LORE INDEX 

"Tempest," Browsings in the IX, 577 

"Tempest," Characters in Ill, 144, 190 

Magic of Ill, 144 

Notes on Ill, 23 

Study Programs VIII, 347; XV, D. 123 

Temptress, The X, 26 

Tennyson, Alfred, And Browning II, 101, 447, 628 

As Poet of the English People VIII, 325 

At Eighty I, 442 

Biography of, The X, 114 

Books on V, 630; IX, 138 

Debtor to Spenser's Faerie Queene. .X, 492 

Dream Craft of VIII, 233 

E. B. Browning on VIII, 23 

Love and Duty in IV, 271 

Note on X, 147 

Professor Masson on IV, 635 

Tennyson, Frederick, and His Poetry X, 258 

Tennysonia, "In Memoriam" and Other VIII, 90 

Tennysons, Arthur Henry Hallam on the VIII, 27 

Tennyson's "Break, Break, Break," An Interpretation . .VIII, 33 

"Demeter" II, 201 

Elaine and Shakespeare's Miranda V, 15 

"Enoch Arden," Study Program Ill, 87 

"Holy Grail," The Symbolism of XVI, B. 86 

"Idylls of the King" s .VIII, 592 

Study Programs XIII, 588 

"In Memortam," Study Programs 

V, 574; XIII, 284 

"Lady of Shalott" IV, 408 

Last Book IV, 640 

Literary Factors in "St. Agnes Eve" Ill, 10 

"Locksley Hall" and " Sixty Years After, " 

A Study of V, 34 

"Lucretius" XI, 529 

Lyrics, Outline Studies of IX, 421 

Memorial IX, 632 

Parallels I, 395 

Plays, The Dramatic Sentiment of VIII, 512 

"Princess" - II, 237 

Songs VII, 127 

"Ulysses" Literary Genealogy of Ill, 499 



POET LORE INDEX 107 

Use of Homeric Material XII, 541 

"Vision of Sin" and Browning's "Childe 

Roland" IX, 256 

Tercentenary, True History of London Shakespeare Ill, 201 

Testing of the Phaeton, The XXIV, 361 

"Thanatopsis," Study Program VI, 520 

Thaxter, Levi Lincoln, Inscription on Tomb I, 398 

Theatre, De L'Oeuvre VII, 446 

Theatrical Event in Havana, A XVII, B. 118 

Thee Only XVII, A. 134 

Theis, O. F., Frank Wedekind XXIV, 237 

Theocritus, Father of Pastoral Poetry VII, 307 

Theology of Robert Browning, The XII, 417 

They'll Not Return XXV, 254 

Thomas, Edith M., Bird of Time," "The XXIV, 204 

Dizaino, From the Verse of the 

Duchess of Roche-Guyon XIX, 478 

Golden Bough, The XVIII, 277 

In Muscovy XVI, D. 65 

Light Sleeper, A IX, 475 

Linus: A Lament at the Gather- 
ing of the Vintage XVI, C. 130 

Mother Cry, The XVIII, 198 

Reincarnation Ring, A XX, 77 

Sarojini of Hyderabad XXV, 60 

Thomas, Helen Sterling, Tarn of the Mad Student, 

The XIII, 465 

Thomas, J. W., Lessing's "Dramaturgic" V, 593 

Thompson, Francis XIX, 293 

Thompson, Kate V., (with Julia Ellsworth Ford,) The 
Neo-Celtic Poet William But- 
ler Yeats XV, D. 83 

Toilet B., Ibsen's "When We Dead A- 

waken" XX, 201 

Three Days XVIII, 395 

Three Heron's Feathers (Drama) XII, 161 

One Act Plays XVII, C. 8 

Songs from the Gaelic XXV, 140 

Thresher, Mary Colby, To a Japanese Print XXIV, 419 

Thrond: My First Story XI, I 

Throop, Anne, Marah of Shadowtown XII, 234 

Throstle Song, The (Music) I, 510 



io8 POET LORE INDEX 

Timon of Athens Ill, 539 

Tito, The Unresisting XXIV, 339 

Titus Andronicus Ill, 539 

To a Child XVII, C. 96 

To a Japanese Print XXIV, 419 

To Be or Not To Be XXV, 461 

To My Reader XV, B. 139 

To the Pines XXV, 215 

To the Stars (Drama) XVIII, 417 

"Toccata of Galuppi" Study Program X, 288 

Tolstoy, Leo XI, 425 

Topelius' Song XXIV, 207 

Torture by Hope, The VI, 303 

Touchstone, Concerning: Shakespearean Questions. .XIV, A. 95 

Town in Me, The XXV, 348 

Townsend, Anna Lake, Off the Coast of Panama II, 624 

Toy Theatre, The XXIII, 145 

Plays, Legend of Saint Nicholas Dix . .XXV, 473 

War Fillmore XXV, 523 

Wings, The Peabody XXV, 352 

Trask, Katrina, Sketch of the Life of XIV, D. 118 

Traubel, Horace L., Freedom to Write and to Print. . . .II, 529 
Lowell Whitman : A Contrast .... IV, 22 

Walt Whitman and Murger VI, 484 

Walt Whitman's Artistic Atheism. . .V, 498 

Treatment of Love, Rossetti's XVI, A. 76 

of Nature, Keats's XII, 58 

Triggs, Oscar Lovell, "Colombe's Birthday" by Julia 

Marlowe Tabor Company. . . .VII, 32 

In Re Caliban XVII, D. 76 

Literature and the Scientific 

Spirit VI, 113 

New Ideas in Teaching Litera- 
ture VIII, 432, 563 

Personality in Teaching Litera- 
ture VI, 389 

Robert Browning as the Poet of ^ 

Democracy IV, 481 

Socialistic Thread in the Life fev 

and Works of William Morris, V, 113,^210 

Syllabus for Study of Aesthetics IX,*28i 

Walt Whitman V, 289 



POET LORE INDEX 109 

Tristram Forethoughtful XXIV, 358 

Troubadours at Home, The XII, 596 

Trowbridge, JohnT., Birthday of XVII, C. 117 

Troy, Robert H., Why Falstaff Dies in "Henry V" . . .VIII, 330 

Truitt, Warren, Who Wrote "Venus and Adonis"? VII, 28 

Truman, H. J., "Pietro of Abano" Ill, 577 

Trumbull, Jonathan, Walt Whitman's View of Shakes- 
peare II, 368 

Whitman Shakespeare Ques- 
tion Ill, 626 

Trunbull, Mrs. Lawrence, A Study of William Watson .... IX, 64 

Trunkne Lied, Das XVI, C. 91 

Tsanoff, Radoslav, Ivan Vazoff, Balkan Poet and 

Novelist ' XIX, 98 

Turgeniev, Ivan, Hamlet and Don Quixote IV, 169 

Turn from Me Spirit X, 335 

Turpin, Georges, Two Poems XXV, 606 

Turquoise God, The XVII, C. 69 

"Twelfth Night," Study Programs .. .VIII, 44; XVI, A. 124 

Twilight, (Drama) XXIII, 369 

A Song Before XXV, 612 

in Ireland XXII, 150 

of the Arts XXIV, 322 

Twisting of the Rope (Comedy) XVI, A. 12 

Performance of: by Twentieth 

Century Club XVI, A. 132 

Two Dreams XX, 68 

Gentlemen of Verona, Questions and Notes on 1, 130 

Husbands (Drama) XIX, 207 

Noble Kinsmen I, 585 

Poems XXV, 606 

Poems of Leprosy XVII, C. 104 

Poets of Croisic XI, 382 

Sonnets XVII, D. 102; XVIII, 412 

The XXII, 444 

Translations, Mughanniname XXI, 467 

Ullman, Margaret, Children of Homer, The XXIV, 338 

Ulysses (Poetic Drama) XIV, A. 128 

Under a Bush of Lilacs IV, 318 

the Open Sky IX, 475 



i io POET LORE INDEX- 

Underwood, Edna Worthley, Two Translations from 

Hafiz Mughanniname 

XXI, 467 

Sakiname XXI, 471 

Unpublished Letters of Emerson XIV, A. 104 

Unreason of a She-Intelligence Ill, 45 

Untermeyer, Louis,. Archibald Lampman and the Son- 
net XX, 432 

J. M. Synge and the Playboy of 

the Western World XIX, 364 

Upson, Arthur XXV, 219 

Phedre XVII, C 59 

Silver Flute, the (A Chronicle of 

Ancient Greece) XVIII, 187 

Urbina, Luis G., Mass atDawn,The XXIV, 312 

"Uriel," Emerson's XIV, C. 65 

Uriel Acosta (Drama) VII, 6, 83, 140, 198, 263, 333 

Val, Mouta du, "Here's to the Little Gentleman in 

Black Velvet" XVI, A. 56 

Valdes, A. Palacio, I Puritani XVI, D. 97 

Novels of XVI, C. 92 

Selections from Doctor Angelico's 

Manuscripts XXIV, 268 

Van Doren, Carl, Translator: Judith Hebbel XXV, 257 

Van Kaathoven, Alice, Translator: Beat of the Wing, 

The De Curel XX, 321 

Variorum Edition of Shakespeare XIII, 141 

Vazoff, Ivan, Balkan Poet and Novelist XIX, 98 

Vellio, Vanjna de, My Precious Secret XVII, A. 134 

Vengeance of Catullus, The (Play) XXV, 536 

Venice XXIII, 79 

" Ventia Victrix" I, 379 

"Venus and Adonis," Who Wrote? VII, 28 

Music of the Language of IV, 562 

Venus-Madonna XXIV, 64 

Verdi's "Otello" I, 444 

Verhaeren's, Emile, Lyrical Trilogy XXV, 63 

Verlaine and Shelley VIII, 406 

Paul,Eventide XXIII, 368 

Pierrot Dead XVI, D. 81 

Songs from "Le Bonne Chanson". .XVI, D. 80 



POET LORE INDEX in 

Verplanck, Gulian C., Shakespeare First American 

Editor II, 424 

Verse, Some Recent XXII, 223 

American. .IV, 580; V, 375; VI, 204, 620; VII, 566; VIII, 
9S;IX, I26;X, 134 

Blank is (It) Lawless? VIII, 528 

British.. V, 5495 VI, 368; VII, 366; VIII, 95; IX, 440; 
X, 123, 430 

New and Old British VIII, 147 

Notes on IX, 445 

Repetition and Parallelism in English VII, 458 

Two Volumes of American VI, 620 

Vicars, E., Lowlands vs. Highlands: Effects of Envi- 
ronment on Poets VI, 83 

Viele, Guffin Francis, Dawn, The XXII, 398 

Vildrac, Charles, After Marriage XXII, 399 

Great White Bird, The XXV, 228 

Spring XXV, 137 

Those There Are XXV, 139 

Village Romeo and Juliet, A IX, 498 

Villon, Francos!, Ballade of the Ladyes of Lang Syne I, 548 

Vincent, Leon H-, An Elizabethan Novelist IX, 47 

Virgil's Art XII, 306 

Vishnu and Goethe's "World Spirit" I, 401 

"Vision of Hellas," A XII, 308 

of Sir Launfal," Study Programs VI, 47; XV, A. 97 

Visions, From the Book of XXV, 251 

Visit, The XIV, C. 65 

Voice of the Devil XI, 28 

the Woman, The XXV, 440 

Von Ebner-Eschenbach, Marie, Man of the World, A, XXII, 128 

Von Ende, Amelia, Among German Writers .XVIII, 481 

Drama XVIII, 123 

Ethical Message of Richard Hov- 

ey's Poems in Drama XX, 69 

German-American Literature. .XVII, C. 108 

German Book World XVIII, 280 

German Drama, Poetry and Fic- 
tion XIX, 120 

Recent German Poetry and Drama 

XVIII, 123 



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Recent German Writers XVIII, 404 

Translator: 

Dawn, The Viele-Guffin XXII, 398 

Wages of War, The Wiegand 

and William Scharrelmann XIX, 129 

Walt Whitman and Arno Holz 

XVI, B. 61 

Von Hofmannsthal, Hugo, Death and the Fool XXIV, 253 

Von Meysenberg, Louise, Translator: Agony Sully- 

Prud'homme XXII, 400 

Voorhees, Irving Wilson, Realism in American Fiction 

of To-day XVII, C. 76 

Vrchlicky, Jaroslav, XXIV, 309 

and His Place in Bohemian Drama 

XXV, 534 

At the Chasm XXIV, 289 

Vengeance of Catullus XXV, 536 

Witness, The XXV, 546 

Wages of War (Drama) XIX, 129 

Wagner's Parsifal, The Motivation of XVI, C. 123 

Walberg, Anna Cronhjelm, Translator: Hatto, The 

Hermit: A Legend 

Lagerlof XI, 348 

It (A Love Story) 

Lagerlof XI, 321 

Story About Gunnel, The 

Molin XII, i 

Without Words Ta- 

vaststjerna XII, 12 

Wall, A. H., Shakespeare's Face II, 634 

Annie Russell, Authorship of De Tribus, The VI, 471 

Dante's Imperialism II, 501 

Is Shakespeare's Caesar Ignoble?. . .IV, 191 

Sordello Club Paper 1, 424 

Supernatural in Shakespeare, 

V, 490, 557> 620 
Wallace, Elizabeth, Translator : Grandfather,' ' c 'The 

Galdos XXI, 161 

J. F., Jean Paul Richter V, 551 

Wally, Haya, Translator: By Ourselves Fulda XXIII, I 

Walton, Crane, Brief for Ophelia, A Ill, 569 



POET LORE INDEX 113 

Walsh, Thomas, Translator : Fray Louis DeLeon to 

His Pupil XXII, 79 

Walter, Religion of Robert Burns, The VII, 57 

Wanderer (Anglo-Saxon) XVII, D. 96 

Wanderer's Lament (Old English Lyric) Ill, 140 

Wandering Jew Legend Ill, 323 

War (Play) XXV, 523 

(Turpin) XXV, 606 

Warnack, Henry C., Unpublished Letter from Long- 
fellow onEvangeline XIV, A. 108 

Waterbury, Ivan Calvin, Poetic Language XXI, 241 

Watson, A Study of William IX, 64 

Warren, Libraries in Shakespeare's Day I, 150 

Watts-Dunton, In British Verse X, 123 

Way, Arthur S., New Views of Shakespeare's Shrew. .VIII, 169 
Wayland, H. L., Remarks on Some Passages in Rabbi 

Ben Ezra I, 57 

Wedekind, Frank XXIV, 23 

Wenley, R. M., Old Quarrel Between Poetry and 

Philosophy X, 365 

Wergeland, A. M., Translator: Love Verses from the 

Hindoo XIV, C 53 

West, Elizabeth Howard, Translator: Madman Di- 
vine, The Echegaray XIX, I 

Kenyon, Margaret Fuller's Permanent In- 
fluence VII, 377 

Weysz, Hans, Translator: Duke and the Actress, The 

Schnitzler XXI, 257 

What is Love? XIV, D. 66 

What Should Be the Poet's Attitude Towards His 

Critics V, 135 

Wheel of Fortune, The: From "Morte d> Arthur" V, 25 

When the New Wine Blooms (Drama) . .XXII, I 

Where Romanticism is Still in Flower XIX, 332 

Whistler and Poe XXI, 391 

Whitcomb, Ida Prentice, Lark in Legend and Song, 

The XV, B. 81 

White, Frances Emily, Browning's Mesmerism from 

a Scientific Point of View IV, 261 

White, Henry, Theology of Robert Browning, The XII, 417 

James Platt, Caldron, The XXIII, 302 

Civic Theatre, The XXIII, 320 



ii4 POET LORE INDEX 

Dramas of M. Paul Hervieu, 

The XIV, C. 79; XV, A. 77 

J. Blanco, A Letter from X, 624 

Richard Grant: On Donnelly's Cipher I, 586 

Whitman, Walt, V, 289 

A Boston Criticism of IV, 392 

and Arno Holz XVI, B. 61 

and Browning IV, 482 

and His Art VI, 63 

and Murger VI, 484 

Artistic Atheism of V, 498 

Books on VI, 95; IX, 131 

Comparison and Contrast with Shel- 
ley VIII, 332 

Contrasted with Lowell IV, 22 

Criticism of IX, 154, 311 

English Edition of VII, 376 

Friendship of Emerson and VII, 71 

Greek Traits in VII, 327 

Human Brotherhood in X, 421 

In Relation to Christianity VII, 607 

Letters to Doyle IX, 617 

New Edition of IX, 626 

Personality in X, 113 

Poem to V, 422 

Poetry I, 129 

Prose and Poetry X, 586 

Reading Course VI, 644 

Shakespeare for America II, 492 

Shakespeare Question, The Ill, 626 

Testimonial I, 348 

Woman and Freedom in IX, 216 

Whitman's Graveside, At IV, 461 

Ideal Democracy XI, 569 

Message IV, 229 

"Prayer of Columbus" VII, 161, 218, 275 

Reading of Life XVII, C. 79 

View of Shakespeare II, 368 

"Wound Dresser" X, 307 

Whitsunday Fight, The , VII, 405 

Whittier, John Greenleaf, "Mabel Martin" VIII, 158 

"Snow Bound" Study Pro- 
gram VI, IO2 



POET LORE INDEX 115 

Why? XXIV, 121 

Wiegand J. and Wilhelm Scharrelmann, The Wages 

of War XIX, 129 

Wiggin, Pauline G., Shakespearean Books XI, 293 

Wilbrandt, Adolf, Master of Palmyra, The XIII, 161 

Wild Asters XIII, 357 

Wilde, Oscar, As a Poet XIX, 439 

"Salome" XVIII, 199 

Wildenbruch, Ernst Harold, Von Ill, 393 

Wildenbruch, Ernst Harold, Von, Biography Ill, 481 

Claudia's Garden VIII, 478 

Portrait and Autograph 

facing III, 393 

Wilkinson, Maude, An Objection to Browning's Cali- 
ban Considered V, 562 

Willan, J. N., Schiller's "Jungfrau von Orleans, " Its 

Point of Contact With Shakespeare. . .VII, 169 
Willcox, Ella Goodenow, Browning's "A Soul Trage- 
dy" XIII, 411 

Louise Collier, Deed Foreborne, A XV, A. 30 

Williams, Francis Howard, Browning's Form II, 301 

Chanson I, 547 

Clough and Emerson: The 
Metaphysical Signifi- 
cance of "Depsychus" 
and "The World Soul". . .VI, 348 
Immortality as a Motive 

in Poetry IX, 367 

Relation of Nature to Man 

in Browning, The IV, 238 

Tennyson Memorial Ad- 
dress V, 55 

Talcott, Characteristics of Magic in Eastern 

and Western Literature IV, 126 

On Browning II, 47 

Shakespeare's Fidelity to History. .XIII, 91 

"Willow Song,", A New I, 27 

French Versions of I 3 172 

Wilm, Emil C, Characteristics of Philosophy and 

Literature XXIV, 122 

Wilson, Alice L., Shelley and Verlaine VIII, 406 

Margaret Adelaide, Bee Tender, The XIX, 86 



ii6 POET LORE INDEX 

Wings, The (Play) ' XXV, 352 

"Winter's Tale," Considered in Connection With 
Greene's "Pandosto" and the 

"Alkestis" of Euripides XIV, C. 132 

Miss Anderson in I, 92 

Study Program IV, 516 

Variorum X, 300 

Winthrop, W-, Frederick Tennyson and His Poetry X, 258 

Wisby, Johannes H-, American as Seen by a Melan- 
choly Dane and a Mystical 

Hindoo XI, 237, 373 

Saga Literature VI, 281 

Translator: Present Day Saga, A 

Drachmann VI, 394 

Whitsunday Fight, The 

Drachmann VII, 405 

Thor Horlf, Epitaph X, 629 

Wisdom of Nichette, The XVI, A. 28 

Wiseman, J., Country Ramble, A XIII, 355 

Withington, Gertrude, Motherless Heroines in Eng- 
lish Classics XI, 259 

Without Words XII, 12 

Witness, The (Play) XXV, 546 

Wolfe, Archibald John, Translator: Children of the 

Sun, The--Gorki XVII, B. i 

Woman and Freedom in Whitman IX, 216 

Woman Egoist: Meredith's Cecilia XXIV, 113 

Womanhood, Ideals of, The IX, 385 

in Modern Poetry I, 449 

Old and New Ideals of Ill, 269 

Women, At Edinburgh University IV, 635 

Dramatic Ability of VII, 512 

in Music I, 292 

Poets, Early American V, 332 

Shakespeare'-s I, 453 

Woodbridge, Homer E., Oscar Wilde as a Poet XIX, 439 

Woodbury, Charles J., Secret of Pippa's Power Ill, 350 

Woodward, Helen Dryer, Santayana on Robert Brown- 
ing: A Pessimist Criticism. .XIII, 97 

Wooing of Damayanti, The XVI, B. 51 

Word for Rossetti, A XXI, 322 



POET LORE INDEX 117 

Wordsworth, William XI, 425 

Influence of Milton on IX, 540 

" Intimations of Immortality, " 

Study Program VIII, 454 

Literary Democracy of VIII, 306 

"Ode to Duty," Study Program. VIII, 106 

Wordsworth's, "Michael" ^ XII, 583 

Comparative Study Ill, 87 

Workshop, In the XXIV, 365 

Worswick, M. A., Singer, The V, 331 

Wright, Charles B., Browning Mistaken by Boyesen X, 461 

Browning Right Again IX, 312 

Two Felicities, The IX, 472 

Jean A., Fool on a Roof, A XXV 3 53 

Wurtzburg, C. A., "Alkestis" of Euripides and of 

Browning II, 345 

"As You Like It:" An Inductive 

Study. . . ; Ill, 341; IV, 31, 81, 498 

Characters in "Much Ado About 

Nothing" VI, 126, 491 

Passion in "Much Ado About 

Nothing" VI, 550 

Shakespeare's Use of Life as a 

Dramatic Material VI, 70 

Wyatt, Sir Thomas, Sonnets Ill, 44, 97, 127 

Wyman, W. H., Bacon-Shakespeare Literature 1, 69; II, 613 

Yeats in the Making XVII, B. 102 

Yeats, William Butler, Portrait insert facing XV, D. I 

The Neo-Celtic Poet XV, D. 83 

Yucatan XII, 10 

Zeigler, Francis L, August Strindberg XVII, A. 46 

Translator: The Stronger Strind- 
berg XVII, A. 47 

Zoology, The Literary Influence of Mediaeval XI, 73 

Zorilla, Jose, A Spanish Poet-Laureate X, 506