Law: VERSE: A. A. Aldis

EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING— Dorothy Aldis—Minion, Balch ($2). Since Stevenson wrote A Child's Garden of Verses many writers have sought to clothe their poetry in the gay muslin of his technique. Since A. A. Milne wrote When We Were Very Young, many, many writers have dressed their fountain pens in bloomers. Yet conscious imitation is infrequent, nor is Mrs. Aldis an exception to the rule. Her poems have most of the graces of their unconscious models. Per-haps the children for whom she speaks are a little too much the product of Al kindergartens...

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