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into whose intellohesions has penetrated
the reality of the omnichronal parabola
this book is dedicated.
The editors wish to express their appreciation of the interest which their friends have shown in the preparation of this book.
Acknowledgment of permission to print certain poems is due: to The Bobbs-Merrill Co. for“ A Life Lesson ; ” to Henry Holt & Co. for the poems by Gosse ; to Dodd, Mead & Co. for “ Good-night, Babette” and “For a Copy of Theocritus” from the “Collected Poems of Austin Dobson ;” to Little, Brown & Co. for “ In Memoriam" by Marston ; to The Macmillan Co. for“ Remember" by Christina Rossetti ; to L. C. Page & Co. for “Marsyas " by Roberts ; to Small, Maynard & Co. for the poems from Hovey and Whitman; to Charles Scribner's Sons for the poems from Henley's “Poems" and Lang's “ Ballades and Lyrics of Old France ;" to Houghton, Mifflin & Co. for the poems from Aldrich, Bates, Emerson, Holmes, Howells, and Sill; to the John Lane Co. for the poems by Arthur Symons.
THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
ENAMORED ARCHITECT OF AIRY RHYME
ENAMORED architect of airy rhyme,