The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal - Volume 2

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Title

The Evergreen: A Northern Seasonal - Volume 2

Subject

Textual decorations and page layouts

Description

Volume 2 of 4

Creator

Patrick Geddes & Colleagues

Source

The Evergreen: An Online Edition, Yellow Nineties 2.0, edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, www.1890s.ca

Publisher

Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities

Date

Autumn 1895

Contributor

Kaitlyn Fralick
Lorraine Janzen Kooistra

Rights

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

Type

Periodical
Textual ornaments

Identifier

EGV2

Coverage

Autumn 1895

Table Of Contents

Autumn in Nature; Autumn in Life; Autumn in the World; Autumn in the North

Date Modified

26 October 2017, ljk

License

Creative Commons 3.0

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Medium

Ryerson University Library Archives and Special Collections

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.

Collection Items

The Biology of Autumn
ARGUMENT.-Life is rhythmic and is punctuated by the seasons. The curve of life is undulatory; summer is the crest of the wave, winter the trough, spring and autumn the ascending and descending curves. No one note expresses autumn. It is a time of…

Love Shall Stay
4 lyric quatrains: ababdeath and loss and departure, “But I’ll make a summer within my heart, /And Love, sweet Love, shall stay!”

Under a Purple Cloud
10 quatrains, aabb

The Sociology of Autumn
ARGUMENT.-I. How everyday experience dlfferentiates into the Arts and Sciences, yet how their progress is not only towards diversity, but towards Unity. II. How this Unity may come into our experience, and that from childhood. III. How cities may be…

The Hammerer
7 triplets

Cobweb Hall
A Berwickshire Folk-tale about a house that is shunned rather than haunted. Lived in by an eccentric single woman, Miss Clinscales, with an obsequious man servant. She is found dead one morning by maid, with her throat cut; a large amount of money is…

November Sunshine
3, 5-line stanzas, abcab

The Night-Comers
3-act play translated by William Sharp, with a note on the author by Sharp: Charles Van Lerberghe holds a peculiar place in the contemporary Belgian Renaissance. His actual literary achievement has, in bulk, been singularly meagre. A few poems, one…

The Song of Life’s Fine Flower
8-part song, each with a subhead, each containing 3 quatrains
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