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Title:
Essays from the Chap-book. Being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c
Uniform Title:
The Chap-book.
Publication Information:
Chicago : H. S. Stone & Company, 1896.
Physical Description:
vi pages, 1 1., 5-262 pages, 1 1. 18 cm
General Note:
Cover title: Chap-book essays.
Language:
English
Contents:
Boyesen, H. H. Iben's new play.--Burroughs, John. Bits of criticism.--De Koven, Mrs. Reginald. Verlaine: a feminine appreciation.--Earle, Alice M. Degeneration. The pleasures of historigarphy. The bureau of literary revision.--Gates, L. E. Mr. Meredith and his Aminta.--Gosse, Edmund. The popularity of poetry.--Guiney, Louise I. Concerning me and the metropolis. "Trilby."--Hapgood, Norman. Modern Laodicea. The intellectual parvenu.--Higginson, T. W. The school of jingoes.--Jerrold, Laurence. The uses of perversity.--Mable, H. W. A comment on some recent books. One word more.--Moulton, Louise C. The man who dares.--Simpson, Eve B. R. L. S., some Edinburgh notes.--Stoddard, R. H. Mr. Gilbert Parker's sonnets.--Thompson, Maurice. Is the new woman new? The return of the girl. The art of saying nothing well.
Format :
Book