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headed group of American writers who, like Andrews Norton, stopped short of transcendentalism.
TickSamuel G. Ward, 1899), and Ruskin's letters to Norton himself (1904).
A volume of Notes of travel which he is notable—the fine arts and Dante.
Norton presents the extensive studies he has already of Ruskin, the Ruskin of Modern painters, whom Norton had first met in 1855.
Like Ruskin, he can fiin its being like nature and at the same time (Norton did not trouble to explain how) an expression eliest draperies of wall flower and mosses.
Norton continued his work on Dante with a translationmbridge Dante Society, the foundation of which Norton suggested to some members of his Dante class aEdward Allen Fay (1888) and of other works.
Norton published his own translation of the Commedia owever, with other prose versions of Dante.
Norton's teaching and writing about the fine arts soo of the Loeb Classical Library, was a pupil of Norton. and summon him to take up the racial torch an
ina Gordon, 71 n.
Niniveh und Andre Gedichte, 581
Nixon, O. W., 137
No love lost, 79
No power to conquer foreign Nations 364
Nordhoff, Charles, 352
Nord und Sud, 579
Normal schools, 408
Norris, Frank, 67, 92, 93-94
North American Indian Portfolio, 149
North American Review, 5, 102, 165, 188, 196, 199, 234, 301, 302, 303, 452, 481, 488
North Americans of Yesterday, the, 150
North Carolina (University), 184
North Pole, the, 170
Northward over the great ice, 170
Norton, Andrews, 458, 488
Norton, Charles Eliot, 92, 115, 116-18, 302, 306, 459, 482, 485, 488-91
Notes of a journey in Russian Turkestan, 164
Notes of a military reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth to San Diego, 144
Notes of a son and brother, 102, 419
Notes of travel and study in Italy, 488
Notes on a voyage to California, 144
Notes on Columbus, 184
Notes on political economy (Cardozo), 433
Notes on political economy (Ware), 434
Notes on railroad accidents, 198