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Mr. William Fulford’s Songs of Life (Heylin) are by turns melancholy, pathetic, heroic, amatory, romantic, pious, aspiring, and cynical. The author’s imagination overflows with amateur and self-confident enthusiasm; culture may give point and strength to his lyrical pen.

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Copyright © 1999 Thomas J. Tobin.

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