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AND OTHER LITERARY ESTIMATES
NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
THIS volume was planned, and in great part written, several years ago, as a series of systematic estimates of some leading influences on the thought of our time. The study of Tennyson, the first of these chapters, has awaited the re-issue of his principal poems in a popular form. Most of the other studies have appeared in the Nineteenth Century; that on Lamb and Keats in the Contemporary Review; those on Gibbon in the Forum of New York. The author has to express to the Editors and Proprietors of these Reviews his grateful thanks for the courtesy which enables him to use them.