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This collection of addresses and poems on various occasions is a revelation of the many-sidedness of Dr. Bridge. The fragments—and some of them seem worthy of a better name — include commencement and inaugural addresses, reprinted articles from several popular periodicals, some short stories written for children, and several poems. The articles are practically all distinctive in style—simple, direct and full of a wealth of humor and human kindliness. The author looks back on a life of varied activity and draws on a fund of anecdotes to embellish the lessons he would teach. The book is neatly printed. It contains an excellent photograph of the author which will be much appreciated by all who know him.
Fragments and Addresses. JAMA. 1915;LXV(6):552. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02580060084044
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