february 1918

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  • The Case for Humility

    “Before our educational system can furnish us the help that it should, the Humanist must learn … to abandon his faith in the mechanical and quantitative methods which belong to science, and to set about the task of reinstating the past in the present.”

  • The Clue

    “The blasted hillsides smoking under the continual rain of death. Countless fresh shell-holes all around us. The graves reopened.”

  • To N.S., Who Died in Battle

    A poem

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