Essays from the Chap-Book by Various

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Author Various
LoC No. 44050327
Title Essays from the Chap-Book
Being a Miscellany of Curious and interesting Tales, Histories, &c; newly composed by Many Celebrated Writers and very delightful to read.
Alternate Title Chap-book essays
Contents Boyesen, H.H.: Ibsen's new play -- Burroughs, John: Bits of criticism -- De Koven, Mrs. Reginald: Verlaine: a feminine appreciation -- Earle, Alice M.: Degeneration. The pleasures of historiography. 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 -- Mabie, 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.
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Literature, Modern -- History and criticism
Subject American essays
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EBook-No. 52798
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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