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Flashes from the Orient, or a Thousand and One Mornings with Poesy

Nature volume 85, page 371 (19 January 1911) | Download Citation



READERS familiar with Mr. Hazelhurst's sonnets on summer will turn with interest to his verses dealing with subjects suggested by the phenomena and events connected with the fall of the year. His subjects range from “Enthusiasm” to “Misery,” and from “The Sewing Machine” to “The Dome of Heaven”; and he finds music in them all.

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