Buried Caesars


BURIED CAESARS

 

 

BURIED CAESARS

Essays in Literary
Appreciation


BY
VINCENT STARRETT


I sometimes think that never blows so red
The Rose as where some buried Caesar bled.

Edward FitzGerald


Essay Index Reprint Series


BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES PRESS, INC.
FREEPORT, NEW YORK

 

 

First Published 1923
Reprinted 1968


LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG NUMBER:
68-16977

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

 

To the Shining Memory
of Another Buried Caesar

ROBERT POLK STARRETT

My Father
September 19, 1863
November 24, 1918

 

 

CONTENTS

I.
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1
(1)
Of Sin
(2)
Of Ecstasy
(3)
Of Arthur Machen
II.
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32
(1)
The Man
(2)
The Master
(3)
The Mystery
III.
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73
IV.
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87
V.
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105
VI.
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118
VII.
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126
VIII.
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133
 
Hubert Crackanthorpe
 
Richard Middleton
IX.
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146
X.
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153
XI.
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163
 
Walter Blackburn Harte
XII.
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170
XIII.
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179
XIV.
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189
XV.
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205
XVI.
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224
 
In Memoriam David Ker
XVII.
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239
 
In Memoriam William Marion Reedy


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