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| UNLESS you are very keenly set upon
reading to yourself, I think I should advise you to ask some one to read these pieces aloud, not too many at a time. And I want you to understand that there is a kind of poetry that is finer far than anything here: poetry to which this book is, in the old-fashioned phrase, simply a "steppingstone.” When you feel, as I hope some day you will feel, that these pages no longer satisfy, then you must turn to the better thing
E. V. L.