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research is obvious the student has been left to his own resources.
The custom of translating foreign quotations has, however, been uniformly adhered to.
In view of the catholicity evident in the range of material here offered, it is hoped that this volume will serve to alle
viate the congestion of an over-worked reserve shelf and may suggest some solutions of the diverse problems to which the teaching of English everywhere gives rise.
RUDOLPH W. CHAMBERLAIN JOSEPH S. G. BOLTON
Syracuse, New York July, 1923