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MODERN ROME

  “What shall I say of the modern city?  Rome is yet the capital of the
  world.” 
    —­Shelley

POEM.—­The Voices of Rome.
  Poetical Works.  Bayard Taylor.  P. 202.

THE BEAUTY OF ROME. 
  Rome.  Maurice Maeterlinck. Critic.  Vol. xlvi, p. 362.

SHELLEY’S IMPRESSION OF ROME.
  With Shelley in Italy.  Anna B. McMahan.  P. 70.

A FRENCHMAN’S IMPRESSION OF ROME.
  The Italians of To-day.  Rene Bazin.  P. 94.

POEM.—­At Rome.
  Poetical Works.  William Wordsworth.  P. 749.

HAWTHORNE’S MOONLIGHT WALK IN ROME
  Italian Note-Books.  Nathaniel Hawthorne.  P. 173.

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN ROME. 
  Howard Crosby Butler. Critic.  Vol. xxiii, p. 466.

THE VATICAN.
  Roba di Roma.  William W. Story.  P. 534. 
  The City of the Saints.  Lyman Abbott. Harper’s Magazine.  Vol.
    xlv, p. 169.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  Chap. xvi.

THE PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN ROME.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 512.
  Roba di Roma.  William W. Story.  P. 509.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  P. 698.
  With Shelley in Italy.  Anna B. McMahan.  Pp. 228, 241.
  Literary Landmarks of Rome.  Laurence Hutton.  P. 35.

POEM.—­The Grave of Keats.
  The Poems of Oscar Wilde.  Vol. ii, p. 5.

THE TIBER.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  P. 7.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 232. 
  Following the Tiber. Lippincott’s Magazine.  Vol. xv, p. 30.

POEM.—­Roman Antiquities.
  Poetical Works.  William Wordsworth.  P. 695.

THE EXPENSE OF LIVING IN ROME.
  Roma Beata.  Maud Howe.  Pp. 28, 250.

POEM.—­February in Rome.
  On Viol and Flute.  Edmund W. Gosse.  P. 53.

POEM.—­What he saw in Europe.
  Current Literature.  Vol. xxxvi, p. 365.

POEM.—­Rome Unvisited.
  The Poems of Oscar Wilde.  Vol. i, p. 64.

POEM.—­Roman Girl’s Song.
  Poetical Works.  Mrs. Hemans.  P. 227.

ITALY OF TO-DAY

 “No sudden goddess through the rushes glides,
  No eager God among the laurels hides;
  Jove’s eagle mopes beside an empty throne,
  Persephone and Ades sit alone
  By Lethe’s hollow shore.” 
    —­Nora Hopper

SONNET.—­On Approaching Italy.
  The Poems of Oscar Wilde.  Vol. i, p. 59.

NAPLES.
  Lectures.  John L. Stoddard.  Naples.  Vol. viii, p. 115.
  Peeps at Many Lands.  Italy.  John Finnemore.  Chap. xiii.

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