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The complete writings of Charles Dudley Warner.

Author: Charles Dudley Warner; Thomas R Lounsbury
Publisher: Hartford, Conn., American Pub. Co., 1904.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [Backlog ed., edited by Thomas R. Lounsbury]View all editions and formats
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Warner, Charles Dudley, 1829-1900.
Complete writings of Charles Dudley Warner.
Hartford, Conn., American Pub. Co., 1904
(OCoLC)579516577
Online version:
Warner, Charles Dudley, 1829-1900.
Complete writings of Charles Dudley Warner.
Hartford, Conn., American Pub. Co., 1904
(OCoLC)592683485
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Dudley Warner; Thomas R Lounsbury
OCLC Number: 2206074
Description: 15 volumes frontispieces, plates, portraits, facsimile 22 cm
Contents: I. My summer garden. Calvin: a character study. Backlog studies. Baddeck, and that sort of thing.--II. Saunterings. --III. My winter on the Nile.--IV. In the Levant.--V.A roundabout journey.--VI. In the wilderness. How spring came in New England. Captain John Smith.--VII. Being a boy. On horseback. Mexican notes. The Golden Hesperides.--VIII. Studies in the South and West, with Comments on Canada.--IX. Washington Irving. The work of Washington Irving. Our Italy.--X. Their pilgrimage.--XI. A little journey in the world.-XII. The golden house.--XIII. That fortune.--XIV. As we were saying. As we go. Fashions in literature.--XV. Biographical sketch [by T.R. Lounsbury] The relation of literature to life. Simplicity. "Equality". What is your culture to me? Modern fiction. Thoughts suggested by Mr. Froude's "Progress." England. The English volunteers during the late invasion. The novel and the common school. A night in the garden of the Tuileries. The people for whom Shakespeare wrote.

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