Idle Ideas in 1905 by Jerome K. Jerome

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Author Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927
Title Idle Ideas in 1905
Contents Are we as interesting as we think we are? -- Should women be beautiful? -- When is the best time to be merry? -- Do we lie a-bed too late? -- Should married men play golf? -- Are early marriages a mistake? -- Do writers write too much? -- Should soldiers be polite? -- Ought stories to be true? -- Creatures that one day shall be men -- How to be happy though little -- Should we say what we think, or think what we say? -- Is the American husband made entirely of stained glass -- Does the young man know everything worth knowing? -- How many charms hath music, would you say? -- The white man's burden! Need it be so heavy? -- Why didn't he marry the girl? -- What Mrs. Wilkins thought about it -- Shall we be ruined by Chinese cheap labour? -- How to solve the servant problem -- Why we hate the foreigner.
Credits Transcribed from the 1905 Hurst and Blackett edition by David Price
Language English
LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature
Subject English essays
Subject English wit and humor
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EBook-No. 3140
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Most Recently Updated Apr 21, 2013
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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