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Nineteen modern essays
Nineteen modern essays
Archbold, W. A. J. (William Arthur Jobson), 1865-1947, editor.
Publication Information:
New York ; London : Longmans, Green, 1926.
Physical Description:
viii, 232 pages ; 20 cm
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Printed in Great Britain.

London edition, containing notes, published under title: Recent essays.
Introduction.--Richard Garnett: Ralph Waldo Emerson.--John Galsworthy: Talking at large.--Hilaire Belloc: Reality; On a Southern harbour.--Lord Acton: The heralds of the revolution.--Max Beerbohm: Laughter.--H. G. Wells: The probable future of mankind.--R. L. Stevenson: Books which have influenced me; An autumn effect.--Arnold Bennett: Middle-class.--E. V. Lucas: A friend of the town; A philosopher that failed.--C. A. Alington: The recruiting office; A conversation.--G. M. Trevelyan: If Napoleon had won Waterloo.--W. B. Yeats: The happiest of the poets.--E. W. Gosse: Andrew Lang.--W. R. Inge: Patriotism.--G. K. Chesterton: Simplicity and Tolstoy.
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