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ESTABLISHED 1889

THE OLDEST AND LARGEST REVIEW IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
DEVOTED TO POETRY AND DRAMA

Poet Lore

TITLE REGISTERED AS A TRADE MARK


A Magazine of Letters


 

Spring Number

 

Petr Vok Rozmberk, A Drama in Five Acts
By FRANTISEK ADOLF SUBERT


August Strindberg, A Psychoanalytic Study
By AXEL JOHAN UPPVALL



Rimas Numero LIII
By GUSTAVO BECQUER


 

(Complete Contents on Inside Cover)

 

 

Richard G. Badger, Publisher

The Gorham PressThe Poet Lore Company

194 Boylston St.Boston U.S.A.

 

Poet Lore
Editors
CHARLOTTE PORTER, HELEN A. CLARKE, RUTH HILL
SPRING, 1920
Petr Vok Rozmberk, A Drama in Five Acts Frantisek Adolf Subert 1
Translated from the Bohemian by Beatrice M. Mekota.
 
August Strindberg, A Psychoanalytic Study with Special
Reference to the Oedipus Complex Axel Johan Uppvall 62
 
Renderings from the Verse of Campo-Amor Olga Marx 157
Metempsychosis 157
Dream Nuptials 157
Dual Standard 157
Rimas Numero LIII Gustavo Becquer 158
Translated by Marion Lee Reynolds
 

 
AN INFORMAL NOTE TO OUR FRIENDS
Possibly some of our more recent subscribers, unamiliar with the ways and moods of Poet Lore, have been surprised at the late arrival of the Spring Number. No, it was not the fault of the Post Office. Perhaps we might lay some of the blame on the printer, but we know he would not set it up if we did.

You see the real reason is that Poet Lore is published in New England where we wistfully expect Spring every year. Of course by this time we should know better. But just as children will insist on believing in Santa Claus, so New Englanders maintain the illusion of Spring; you simply cannot shake their faith.

We had pictured a beautiful, balmy, Spring (whatever that may be) morning when we should launch this number of Poet Lore. But even we lost faith and hope (we never had charity anyway), so here at last is the Spring Number. We thank you.
 


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