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November 19, 1910

The Iron Muse.

JAMA. 1910;55(21):1831. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330210059029

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Abstract

A well-named collection of virile verses. Here is a splendid thrill of vigorous combat with the world's various problems, Several of the poems have a medical bearing; "The Consulting Room" is a graphic picture from a layman's viewpoint. The cogent appeal in "The Real Thing," addressed to one who may think he is down and out, is a tonic, while, of quite another sort, "The Mirror" has a mystic tenderness, which by contrast with the majority of poems, shows the breadth of the author's feelings.

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