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Richepin's ballad centers around a young man and his misguided love.
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Addams thanks Moody for his recent poem, "On the Soldier Fallen in the Philippines," published in the Atlantic and discusses her inadequate reaction to the war dead.
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Moody thanks Addams for her letter and remarks how much her praise of his poem, "On the Soldier Fallen in the Philippines," means to him.
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Addams seeks a lecture on the Poetry of Labor or the Poetry of Revolt for Hull-House.
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Gilder suggests several poems on war to Addams.
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Jane thanks Mr. Gilder for donating poetry books to Hull-House.
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Addams thanks Robertson for sending her a book of poems and looks forward to seeing him at Hull-House again.
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Addams thanks Fiske for the book and congratulates him on completing it.
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Addams sends Manny poems that she neglected to bring with her when they met and she hopes he will consent to her proposition.
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Charles K. Gibson's poem argues for women's rights and public activities.
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Addams thanks Monroe for sending a copy of her poem.
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Dougherty's poem to Addams, inspired by reading The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets.
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Bromley sends Addams a poem about mills, inspired after reading Addams' article about her early life.
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After reading Addams' "Autobiographical Notes" in The American Magazine, Boettcher provides the German perspective on her settlement work.
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Addams sends Blaine some poetry she has written (not found).
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Addams sends Blaine a poem (not found) for the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit.
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Addams sends Monroe some poetry written by an Italian boy in the Hull-House neighborhood and asks her to evaluate their potential for publication.
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A poem by Woodberry, attesting to the idea that there is no good or evil, no god or devil.
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A short article praising Woodberry's writing and his entry into the the Academicians' Department of Literature.
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Addams declines to have her name on an honorary list, and subscribes to Monroe's Poetry magazine.
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Addams asks Monroe to answer a letter from a poet, claiming that she doesn't feel comfortable doing so.
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Garland agrees to offer Addams' friend a literary critique.
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The announcement of Iris' poetry book provides information on how to order a copy of the book from the publisher.
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Howells agrees to write an introduction for a book of Iris's poems, so long as he likes Iris' work.
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Addams introduces Harriet Monroe to Brett because she enjoys Monroe's poetry.
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Kelly asks Blaine for Addams if she would be interested in ordering a book of poetry by Scharmel that Addams has ordered for Christmas gifts.
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Howells discusses the poetry of Scharmel Iris.
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Wallas' poem about life in North London during the winter.
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The Countess of Selborne sends Addams a poem written by her son.
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Palmer's poem questions how the world, that can create such beauty, can also breed such hate and violence. Addams comments appear at the bottom.
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