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ESTABLISHED 1889

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

Poet Lore

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A Magazine of Letters


 
Winter Number

Dobromila Rettig, A Play in Three Acts
By ALOIS JIRASEK


The Jubilee, A Farce in One Act
By ANTON CHEKOV


A Modern Harlequinade, Three Plays
By COLIN CLEMENTS


Mercerized Folklore, A Farce in One Act
By CHRISTABEL F. FISKE


(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
WINTER, 1920
Dobromila Rettig, A Comedy in Three Acts Alois Jirasek 475
Translated from Bohemian by Bernice Herrman and George Rapall Noyes
Mercerized Folklore Christabel F. Fiske 538
Colin Clements Margaret Wright 576
A Modern Harlequinade, In Three Plays Colin Campbell Clements 579
Harlequin 579
Columbine 588
The Return of Harlequin 596
Voltaire, Shakespeare and Billeting Area 18 Jens Peter Jacobsen 615
Where the Low Borderland Rises Robert W. McKnight 604
Translated from Danish by Jeannette Kickintoeld
The Jubilee, A Farce in One act Anton Chekov 616
Translated from Russian by Olive Frances Murphy
The Greatest Stage Success in History Roy Temple House 629


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