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EDWARD H. PFEIFFER

is one of the younger writers who is devoting himself entirely to literature. A graduate of Columbia University he won

the Spingarn prize for poetry in 1910. HERVEY ALLEN

is an instructor in English at the Porter Military Academy in Charleston. Mr. Allen is the author of Wampum and Old Gold. In commemoration of Mr. Allen's poem, The Blindman, which appeared in The REVIEW, the Poetry Society of

South Carolina has established “The Blindman Prize.' GERTRUDE SLAUGHTER,

a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, is well known to REVIEW readers. A volume of hers, Shakespeare and the Heart of a

Child, is to be published shortly. VERNON LEE

is the pen name of Miss Violet Paget, an English writer
and critic, who has lived long in Italy. She has written
much on the history of the arts, literature, and drama of that
country. Among her published works are Renaissance
Fancies and Studies, Sister Benvenuta, The Sentimental
Traveler, Tower of Mirrors, Louis Nobert, and Satan the

Master.
JOSEPH WARREN BEACH

is Associate Professor of English at the University of Minne-
sota. His latest volume, The Method of Henry James, was
a happy successor to a previous book on The Comic Spirit of

George Meredith. ELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL,

a writer of international repute, is a native of Philadelphia. Among her works, chiefly illustrated by her husband, are French Cathedrals, Monasteries and Abbeys and Our Phila

delphia. She was joint editor of The Whistler Journal. MARGARET PRESCOTT MONTAGUE,

the well-known writer, has made many friends through her familiar volumes, Closed Doors, The Gift, and her famous war

story, England to America. STANLEY T. WILLIAMS

is now Assistant Professor of English in Yale College, where he was graduated in 1911, and where, in 1915, he received his degree of Doctor of Philosophy. The present article is the second of a series of four papers which The Review is publishing

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