Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Professor Child” in chapter 4 of Frank Preston Stearns, Cambridge Sketches:
... much the better from the fact that they were not composed to be printed, but to be recited or sung. Matthew Arnold wrote in a letter from America: After lecturing at Taunton, I came to Boston with Professor Child of Harvard, a very pleasant man, who is a great authority on ballad poetry, very warm praise, considering the source whence it came. Late in life Professor Child edited separate versions in modern...
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