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Paul Hamilton Hayne, 1830-1886
Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.
Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, 1882.

"Every deepest copse in moonshine bright,
Glimmered from hoary trunk to frost-tipped bud. . . .
Scores of gray-skinned brutes--a direful pack
Of wolves half-starved that yelled along their track."

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Illustration

Subjects:
  • Forests.
  • Book illustrations.
  • Diptychs.
  • Wolves.
  • Trails & paths.