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ari)e (Conbon) Spectator, October h, 190a,

in a three-column review of the work, in which
the critic pays high tribute to the {scholarship
and beauty of Leo's poetry, says: — \ ,



We are indebted to Mt. Henry for collecting and presentipg the Pope's poems
in this form for the English reader. The volume is dai|itily got up and turned out.
And the collection is a very interest'mg one, and, as he very fairly says, ** interesting
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frail frame, the (tailor of his features contrasting with the lustrd of the eyes through
which the nimble Italian intellect and large soul still look so keenly, exactly become
his unique throne. * j

The pieces are not all in Latin ; some are Italian, especially the charades, as,
for instance, one addressed to Sylvia, in which *thc Pope shows that he knows his
Shakesp>eare. . . . His favorite author seems to be Horace. . . . What, we
re beenabe feelings of the complacent little Epicurean poet-critic
gustus if he had been told that some nineteen centuries after he
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We heartily congmtulate Father H. T. Henry upon the charming Tolume,
attractive alike by its graceful translations and its perfect typography, in which he
has sought to make the poetry of Leo XIII better known to his American country-
men. The selection seems to us judicious, the renderings are of much literary merit,
and the notes printed at the end of the volume furnish all needful help for the due
appreciation of the text. Altogether we could not wish to find the Holy Father's
verses presented to English readers in a more engaging form. The variety of topics
touched upon is surprising. Such versatility in one whom we might suppose to be
absorbed by the duties and indescribable anxieties of his sublime office will be a
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