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Title:
National life and thought of the various nations throughout the world; a series of addresses
Author:
Eiríkr Magnússon, 1833-1913.
Publication Information:
London : T.F. Unwin, 1891.
Physical Description:
414 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
Lectures delivered at South Place Institute, London, 1889-1890.
Language:
English
Contents:
The Armenians, Armenia, and the Armenian question, by M. Sevasly.--Austria, by S. Schidrowitz.--Hungary, by A. Pulszky.--Germany--politics, by S. Whitman.--German culture, by S. Whitman.--Russia, by W. R. Morfill.--Poland, by A. Gielgud.--Italy, by J. S. Jeans.--Spain, by C. Graham.--Norway, by H. L. Brækstad.--Sweden, by E. Magnússon.--Denmark and Iceland, by E. Magnússon.--Lessons from the Dutch Republic, by J. E. T. Rogers.--Belgium, by A. Wathelet.--Switzerland, by H. Hodgkin.--Modern life and thought amongst the Greeks, by J. T. Bent.--Ottoman Empire, by H. A. Salmone.--Why does not the sick man die? by C. D. Collet.--Egypt, by J. C. M'Coan.--Servia and Montenegro, by J. C. C. Minchin.--Jews in their relation to other races, by S. Singer.--The Gypsies, by F. H. Groome.
Format :
Book