by N. M. Baskett, M.D. Commercial Printing Co., St. Louis: 1884. Cloth, 109 pages.
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Dr. Baskett's fancy, like that of many medical men, is a little morbid. His rhymes are hard and meters faulty. "That Yearling Brindle-Steer " is the gem of the collection. It is not a vision of fancy, but certain matters of fact respecting the loss of that animal, and also an old Missourian's opinion of a Yankee.
Visions of Fancy, a poetical work. JAMA. 1884;III(15):418. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390640026006
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