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Сторінка 265 - SCANDINAVIAN CLASSICS I. Comedies by Holberg: Jeppe of the Hill, The Political Tinker, Erasmus Montanus Translated by OSCAR JAMES CAMPBELL, JR., and FREDERIC SCHENCK Price $2.00 II.
Сторінка 265 - JR. 1914. xv+iyS pages. Price $1.50 To the American-Scandinavian Foundation the English reading public is indebted for the first adequate attempt to introduce the versatile genius who built the foundation for drama in Denmark. It is not an attempt at "revival.
Сторінка 266 - Maps. 1914. xxi + 304 pages. Price $4.00 There has always been a peculiar fascination for the student of American history in that chapter of it which deals with the pre-Columbian discovery of this continent. . . . To sweep away the cobwebs of error is no small task, but Professor Hovgaard's book, with its painstaking following of the scientific method, should go a long way toward its completion. . . . Professor Hovgaard has made the best complete exposition up to date of the voyages of the Norsemen...
Сторінка 265 - LIEDER. 1914. xxvii + 2O7 pages. Price $1.50 The life of Tegner was for the most part a happy one and this happiness is reflected in the optimism of his poetry. Boston Herald. III. Poems and Songs by Bjornstjerne Bjornson Translated from the Norwegian in the Original Meters, with an Introduction and Notes, by ARTHUR HUBBELL PALMER. 1915.
Сторінка 23 - As our fathers' conflict gave it Vict'ry at the end, Also we, when time shall crave it, Will its peace defend. " In the year 1881 speaking at the unveiling of the statue of Wergeland in Christiania Bjornson said that he and Norway's constitution grew up together. In a broader and higher sense we may say that Bjornson and Norway's full freedom and independence grew up together to the completeness that was...
Сторінка 21 - Yes, we love this land that towers Where the ocean foams; Rugged, storm swept, it embowers Many thousand homes.
Сторінка 265 - In Strindberg's presentation of his hero, Olof becomes the prototype of all idealistic reformers, uncompromising at moments as Ibsen's Brand, but more living than he because more subtly studied in his moods of weakness as well as in his exultation of strength.
Сторінка 266 - The REVIEW has an admirable array of articles, and it is hoped will be well and widely received. The Scandinavian peoples have contributed of their best blood to the American nation, and we should draw from their resources of culture also. Chicago Tribune. For information regarding the above volumes, address the SECRETARY OF THE AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION 25 West...
Сторінка 246 - I was sitting in my garret room in the Upper Wall Street giving a lesson to a young lady, some one in the street pulled the bell cord as if he were trying to tear out the whole thing. Then there was a clattering as if a wild horde were breaking in, and a voice shouting, 'Forward! Forward! Hurrah! I have it! Forward!