To all which questions, not unessential in a biographic work, mere Conjecture must for most part return answer.
In the earlier letters of the series we have to note a few points of biographic interest.
Altogether the finest bit of biographic work that has been done in many a day.
A biographic sketch of Emma Goldman's interesting career, with splendid portrait, is included in the book.
Rowe did his work quite as well as the rudimentary state of the biographic art of his day allowed.
The entire landscape seemed as a biographic picture, and affected the eyes in similar degree.
But, indeed, we should miss much of the biographic interest of the last two sonnets by detaching them from the two first.
I remember once remarking to him upon the value of patois within certain limits—not only in imaginative but in biographic art.
In the forms customarily used for biographic charts, there is liberal provision for daily notes.
See our Essay for the biographic interest of this poem, and also Notes at its close.