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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…

Ballad of proud Maisie & her elopement with family foe

Account of the Land of Lorne, the bards, the bands of satirists, and the lineage of Robbie Burns

descriptive of spring gradually arriving; “Spring in the North is a history of hopes often dashed

In French. 3 characteristics of recent literature: the bankruptcy of pseudo-science; the bankruptcy of naturalism; the renaissance of idealism

Less dramatic coming of spring to Provence, with emphasis on the appearance of the narcissus: with its scent comes “the Everlasting Past, a rustle of the Wind of Death”; references troubadours and love songs; quotes an Old French song.