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Poetry — From the November 1937 issue

In memoriam

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Third Ypres

The lion’s mouth — From the January 1933 issue

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In a library

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Concerning trains

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Escape de luxe

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A memory of 1918

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Memoir of a laundry slip

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An autumn sojourn in Iceland

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Faery lands of the sea

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Part VII.–An adventure in solitude

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Part VI.–A debtor of Moy Ling

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