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SOURCE: "Alfred Noyes's New Volume" in New York Times Book Review, September 7, 1907, pp. 539.

In the following review, Bradley finds The Flower of Old Japan a disappointing effort in mediating between William Blake and Lewis Carroll.

Mr. Noyes's second American publication will not, we think, materially assist his reputation—which was left somewhat in suspense by his first volume. In fact, we believe that it will rather retard his serious recognition as a poet in this country. For if the selection of poems which was published here last year as an introduction to American readers was inconclusive; if it served on the whole to display the brilliance of his technique, the facility and cleverness of his versification, and his unusual verbal resources, without at the same time giving any evidence of deep-seated originality or genuine...

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