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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
 I. A STUDY IN FRENCH
DE GOURMONT, a Distinction followed by notes
 
 IV. IN THE
New PoetryBreviora
 
 PART SECOND
 
 V. OUR
TETRARCHAL PRECIEUSEA divagation from Jules
Laforgue
 
 VI. GENESIS, or the first book in the Bible
 
 VII.
CHARACTERby the late ERNEST FENOLLOSA,edited by
Ezra Pound
INSTIGATIONS
I
A STUDY IN FRENCH POETS
The time when the intellectual affairs of America could be
conducted on a monolingual basis is over. It has been irksome for
long. The intellectual life of London is dependent on people who
understand the French language about as well as their own.
America's part in contemporary culture is based chiefly upon two
men familiar with Paris: Whistler and Henry James. It is something
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