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by John Augustus Miles
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EIGHTEEN years have elapsed since I made an attempt to collect and arrange some of the finest Chess Problems extant. During that time so many beautiful compositions have emanated from authors of all countries, which are scattered among various newspapers and serials, that it appears to me very desirable to collect and arrange the choicest of these, and, at the same time, to make a better and larger selection from the works of our two great English Masters, Bone and Bolton, the decease. of both of whom we have now to lament.
Poems and Problems (. ISBN 0-07-045724-7) is a book by Vladimir Nabokov published in 1969. It consists of: 39 poems originally written in Russian and translated by Nabokov. 14 poems written in English. One of the 39 poems originally written in Russian, "Lilith", in 1928, can be looked at as a foreshadowing of his 1955 novel Lolita.
Poems and Chess Problems 1882 By John Augustus Miles. To Mirón and Phania; on the day of their Silver Wedding.