One Eyed Dukes Are Wild

Author: Megan Frampton
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When does proper behavior deserve a deliciously improper reward?

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The Academy

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The wild garden, the fernery and rock plants, the collection of bog plants or of
plants with variegated leaves, the curiosities of plants, again, such as the green
rose and the like — these make up the chief pleasure of a garden to its true
lovers, ... In the sub-title of his book — " a series of papers on the relations of the
sexes " — Mr. Carpenter at once tells us what to expect ; but the sub-title is
printed on the flyleaf and not on the cover, which simply bears the words " Love's
Coming of Age.

The Academy And Literature

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His eager eyes scan his treasures daily to note any little detail of the birds and
flowers. ... The Duke of Sutherland abides where “Simplex Munditiis” would
speedily be forgotten. ... The wild garden, the fernery and rock plants, the
collection of bog plants or of plants with variegated leaves, the curiosities of
plants, again, such as the green rose and the like—these make up the chief
pleasure of a garden to its true lovers, after the sense of quiet and innocence
which it brings, “Annihilating ...

The Athen Um

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The following sonnet, full of imperfections, is by no means a representative
example of Miss Alma Tadema's work, and is yet, perhaps, one of those poems
most suited to quotation :s Lanna-same. Farewell l since ... The book is full of
echoes. The lady who drowned herself in the tam is rather amusing :— Soon she
arose and stood Midst the scant fern, Calm, for she knew she could Never return
From the dread tarn. Looked with eyes glist'ning bright O'er the dark water.
Prayed that her ...

The Athenaeum

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The following 'sonnet, full of imperfections, is by no means a representative
example of Miss Alma Tadema's work, and is yet, perhaps, one of those poems
most suited to quotation :- A LEAVE-TAKIng. ... The book is full of echoes. The
lady who drowned herself in the tarn is rather amusing:— Soon she arose and
stood Midst the scant fern, Calm, for she knew she could Never return From the
dread tarn. Looked with eyes glist'ning bright O'er the dark water, Prayed that her
parents ...

The Athenaeum

Author: James Silk Buckingham
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The following sonnet, full of imperfections, is by no means a representative
example of Miss Alma Tadema's work, and is yet, perhaps, one of those poems
most suited to quotation :— A LEAVE-TAKING. Farewell ! since all ... The book is
pretty and dainty, and all who have eyes for the promise of true poetry should
make this little volume their own. Another lean ... A genuine enthusiasm for the
good and the beautiful marks Miss L. M. Little's poems Wild Myrtle (Dent & Co.),
and they are ...

Forest And Stream

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FIXTURES. September 1 , at Pittsburgh, Pa. Close of entries Pennsylvania Field
Trials. First Annual Derby. I. K. Stayton, Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. September at St
. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Kennel Club Third Annual Bench Show. Charles Lincoln,
Superintendent. October l at .... The first brace, Mr. C. J. Cotes' Jezebel and the
Duke of Westminster's Gannet, were slipped in a grass field, wherein amongst
some rushes both found, but left their point, and the bitch Jezebel knocked the
birds up.

Harper S Weekly

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in a Idon't forge anythingofthe kind; but I neoer looked up to him. It isn't in human
nature.” reverence one's father. One is behind the scenes of his life, you see. One
knows all his little impatiences, his unspiritual views?” the subject of dinner, his
intolerance .... “I am sorry Gertrude and I were not fortunate enough to receive
proposals from dukes or merchant princes,” said Diana, whose aristocratic
features had flushed angrily at her aunt's implied complaint. “Perhaps we might
have been ...