The Writings of "FIONA MACLEOD"
UNIFORM EDITION
ARRANGED BY
MRS. WILLIAM SHARP


The network of words is like a big forest;
it is the cause of curious wanderings."
INDIAN SAYING.

       The Silence of Amor
Where the Forest Murmurs

BY
"FIONA MACLEOD"

(WILLIAM SHARP)

NEW YORK
DUFFIELD & COMPANY
1911

COPYRIGHT, 1895, By
STONE & KIMBALL

COPYRIGHT, 1902, By
THOMAS B. MOSHER

COPYRIGHT, 1910, By
DUFFIELD & COMPANY

THE TROW PRESS, NEW YORK

 

DEDICATED ALSO
TO
CAMERON CORBETT, M.P.

whose free gift to the people, for all time, of a vast tract of Mountain-lands and Loch-shores, in Eastern Argyll, is not only the noblest contemporary gift bestowed on Scotland, but an augury of the possible redemption of that all but 'preserved-away' country from the grip of selfish landowners and from the injustice of fraudulent and often iniquitous game-laws.

 


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06/18/05

 Isle of Arran -- from the originial by D. Y. Cameron

CONTENTS

THE SILENCE OF AMOR
TRAGIC LANDSCAPES

  Tempest
  Mist
  Summer Sleep
WHERE THE FOREST MURMURS
    WHERE THE FOREST MURMURS
    THE MOUNTAIN CHARM
    THE CLANS OF THE GRASS
    THE TIDES
    THE HILL-TARN
    AT THE TURN OF THE YEAR
    THE SONS OF THE NORTH WIND
    ST. BRIGET OF THE SHORES
    THE HERALDS OF MARCH
    THE TRIBE OF THE PLOVER
    THE AWAKENER OF THE WOODS
    THE WILD-APPLE
    RUNNING WATERS
    THE SUMMER HERALDS
    THE SEA-SPELL
    SUMMER CLOUDS
    THE CUCKOO'S SILENCE
    THE COMING OF DUSK
    AT THE RISING OF THE MOON

    THE GARDENS OF THE SEA
    THE MILKY WAY
    SEPTEMBER
   THE CHILDREN OF WIND

                   AND THE CLAN OF PEACE
   STILL WATERS
   THE PLEIAD-MONTH
   THE RAINY HYADES
   WINTER STARS. I
   WINTER STARS. II
   BEYOND THE BLUE SEPTENTRIONS.--
         TWO LEGENDS OF THE POLAR STARS
   WHITE WEATHER: A MOUNTAIN REVERIE
   ROSA MYSTICA (AND ROSES OF AUTUMN)
   THE STAR OF REST: A FRAGMENT
   AN ALMANAC
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
By Mrs. William Sharp.

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