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The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal - Volume 3

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Title

The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal - Volume 3

Subject

Summer

Description

Volume 3 of 4

Creator

Patrick Geddes & Colleagues

Source

The Evergreen: An Online Edition, Yellow Nineties 2.0, edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra

Publisher

Ryerson Centre for Digital Humanities

Contributor

Kaitlyn Fralick
Lorraine Janzen Kooistra

Rights

Public Domain
Source: 1) Ryerson University Library Archives and Special Collections; 2) Private Collection (Dennis Denisoff)

Relation

Yellow Nineties 2.0, edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities

Language

English, French, Gaelic

Type

periodical

Identifier

EGV3

Table Of Contents

Summer in Nature; Summer in Life; Summer in the World; Summer in the North

Date Modified

2 November 2017, ljk

Bibliographic Citation

[creator's name last, first]. "title." The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal Vol [#] (season + year), page(s). The Database of Ornament, ed. Lorraine Janzen Kooistra.

Items in the The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal - Volume 3 Collection

The Table of Contents for the third volume of The Evergreen is organized by different sections. The text pieces are organized into the following four sections: I. Summer in Nature; II. Summer in Life; III. Summer in the World; IV. Summer in the…


Part I: "A Forerunner"--12 quatrains aabb
Part II: "The Meeting of Spring and Summer"--16 sestets, ababab

ARGUMENT.- Life is rhythmic and is punctuated by the seasons. Summer is the crest of the annual wave. I. It is the time of intensest life, when both output and income of energy reach their maximum. The activity of unconscious plant-life is crowned in…

2 nine-line stanzas: I. Dead Calm: Noon; II Dead Calm: Midnight;

Prose piece in which the narrator travels to the Holy Island of Iona to come to terms with his or her grief.
“The cycle of the year, or seasons, can easily be traced; but the universal spiral is indeed so vast, that mortals, seeing but a part,…