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The volume containing the Plea of the Midsummer Fairies, Hero and Leanderand some other of Hood's most finished and noticeable poems, came out in The Midsummer Fairies itself was one of the authors own favorite works, and certainly deserved to be so, as far as dainty elegance of motive and of execution is concerned: but the conception was a little too ingeniously remote for the public to ratify the author's predilection.

Helen Harrold Naugle, ed. The Founders knew that their Constitution and the government it created were far from perfect, which is why they took great pains to keep it weak and build in the safeguards of Article V.

The Orator.