In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.
"The members, five in number , (one stated beforehand that he would be late), remarked that the muse was their inspiration and that all apple-judging must begin with an invocation. A picture hanging on the wall portrayed the muse as a cross-legged dwarf, sitting on a cloud with four arms. I asked one of the judges what the four arms were for. "Why", said he, "One is to enable the muse to cover his eyes while judging, the other to hold the apple while his mouth was engaged in mastication, the next to pick the seeds from his teeth and the last to sit on". He had to sit on it, lest he pull the other from his eyes. Another judge remarked that there lay the greatest difficulty in judging: the portrait was too distracting."
Fleckenstein, Lawrence C.
"Prologue or... The second cremation of Shelley,"
The Angle: Vol. 1963:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://fisherpub.sjf.edu/angle/vol1963/iss1/2