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Poetry as a Representative Art. 8vo, cloth extra . $1.75
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The Genesis of Art-Form. An Essay in Comparative AEsthetics. Fully illustrated. 8vo . - - - - - ... $2.25
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Art in Theory. An Introduction to the Study of Comparative AEsthetics. 8vo, cloth extra . - - - - . $1.75
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Pictures in Verse. With 20 illustrations by MAUD STUMM. Square Octavo, in ornamental cloth covers . - - .75
A Life in Song. 16mo, cloth extras . - - - . $1.oo
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Ballads of the Revolution, and Other Poems. 16mo, cloth
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Sketches in Song. 16mo, cloth extra . - - - .75
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POETRY AND MUSIC
MUSIC AS A REPRESENTATIVE ART
TWO ESSAYS IN
GEORGE LANS ING RAY MOND, L.H.D.
Professor of Æsthetics IN THE college of New JERSEY AT PRINCEton ; AUTHor
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