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"A book, an easy chair, and I can sail vast seas " The above line of poetry indicates the breadth of vision in this book of poems written by Beulah Windle Scallin and published after her death in 1938. In this book appears most of the poems she wrote throughout her life. The beauty of many of her poems is that there are lines that linger in memory. Among them is Remembrance, whose first and last lines are, "I keep no days for fast and mourning lay.....Memorial Day, for me, is every day." In nearly all her poems there is a line to remember. In Struggle the last line stands out, "Who would know life, attends a rugged school." Mrs. Scallin's poems will live in South Dakota literature for their depth of sympathy and their keen understanding of humanity. From A Tribute we read in the last line "To study glories of the past, and still not scorn the present --Progress and forward gaze."