The Cup of Comus: Fact and Fancy

The Cup of Comus: Fact and Fancy
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Cawein Madison Julius. The Cup of Comus: Fact and Fancy

THRENODY IN MAY

FOREWORD

BROKEN MUSIC

MADISON CAWEIN

THE CUP OF COMUS

THE INTRUDER

A GHOST OF YESTERDAY

LORDS OF THE VISIONARY EYE

THE CREAKING DOOR

AT THE END OF THE ROAD

THE TROUBADOUR OF TREBIZEND

GHOSTS

THE LONELY LAND

THE WIND WITCH

OLD GHOSTS

THE NAME ON THE TREE

THE HAUNTED GARDEN

THE CLOSED DOOR

THE LONG ROOM

IN PEARL AND GOLD

MOON FAIRIES

HAEC OLIM MEMINISSE

THE MAGIC PURSE

THE CHILD AT THE GATE

THE LOST DREAM

WITCHCRAFT

TRANSPOSED SEASONS

THE OLD DREAMER

A LAST WORD

THE SHADOW

ON THE ROAD

RECONCILIATION

PORTENTS

THE IRON CRAGS

THE IRON CROSS

THE WANDERER

THE END OF SUMMER

THE LUST OF THE WORLD

CHANT BEFORE BATTLE

NEARING CHRISTMAS

A BELGIAN CHRISTMAS

THE FESTIVAL OF THE AISNE

THE CRY OF EARTH

CHILD AND FATHER

THE RISING OF THE MOON

WHERE THE BATTLE PASSED

THE IRON AGE

THE BATTLE

ON RE-READING CERTAIN GERMAN POETS

ON OPENING AN OLD SCHOOL VOLUME OF HORACE

LAUS DEO

THE NEW YORK SKYSCRAPER

ROBERT BROWNING

RILEY

DON QUIXOTE

THE WOMAN

THE SONG OF SONGS

OGLETHORPE

A POET'S EPITAPH

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It is with a sense of sadness and regret that this book, written by one who universally has endeared himself to lovers of nature through his revelation of her mysteries, must be prefaced as containing the last songs of this exquisite singer of the South.

When the final word is spoken it is fitting that it be by one of authority. William Dean Howells, in the pages of The North American Review, offers this tribute:

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"Mr. Cawein's landscape is not the sea, nor the desert, nor the mountain, but the lovely inland levels of his Kentucky. His work is almost wholly objective. A dash more of human import mixed into the beauty and melody of his poetry would rank him with Lowell and the other great lyrists of our elder choir."

Some of the new poems portray a high moral passion, potent with the belief of life beyond, where his delicacy of vision penetrates the shadow and seems to have sighted the shore that has given his soul greeting "somewhere yonder in a world uncharted."

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