The Dilettante: Belles Lettres. Criticism. Vol. 1, No. 4

Table of Contents

  • Why Doesn't He Write: 1-4
  • Forest Silence (Sharp, William): 4-4
  • Our Note-Book. Our New National Policy: 5-5
  • Our Note-Book. 'An Inglorious War': 5-6
  • Our Note-Book. The Phantasmagoria of War: 6-6
  • Our Note-Book. The Red, White and Green: 6-8
  • Sage-Brush Sketches. IV (McLean, Nancy): 9-12
  • Fortissimo of American Cities: 12-13
  • The Aesthetic Dearth in Churches: 13-15
  • In Jocund Mood. The Summer Girl: 15-15
  • In Jocund Mood. Sorry That He Did It: 15-16
  • In Jocund Mood. The Girl and the Book: 16-16
  • The Low Brown Hills (Higginson, Ella): 17-17
  • A Study in Dante: 17-19
  • The Literary Wayside. New Solution of a Shakespearean Difficulty: 20-21
  • The Literary Wayside. The Dilettante's Poet: 21-23
  • The Literary Wayside. Book Review of William Henry Johnson's 'The King's Henchman': 23-24
  • The Literary Wayside. Book Review of Julia C. Dorr's 'In Kings' Houses': 24-25
  • The Literary Wayside. Book Review of Clinton Ross's 'Bobbie McDuff': 25-26
  • The Literary Wayside. Book Review of Jas. C. Fernald's 'The Spaniard in History': 26-26
  • The Literary Wayside. Another Napoleonic Romance: Book Review of Le Voleur's 'For Love of a Bedouin Maid': 27-27
  • The Literary Wayside. Literary Notes: 28-28
  • The Literary Wayside. Magazines and Periodicals: 28-29
  • The Literary Wayside. Some New Books: 29-32
  • The Dilettante: [Publication Notice]: 32-32

Citation

"The Dilettante: Belles Lettres. Criticism. Vol. 1, No. 4 " (1898). Modernist Journals Project. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:728308/

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