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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Essays in honour of Gilbert Murray.
London, G. Allen & Unwin 
|Named Person:||Gilbert Murray|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gilbert Murray; J A K Thomson; Arnold Toynbee
|Notes:||Editors' preface signed: J.A.K.T. [i.e. J.A.K. Thomson], A.J.T. [i.e.A.J. Toynbee].|
|Description:||308 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||Dedication, by E.R. Bevan.--Preface, by J.A.K. Thomson and A.J. Toynbee.--Pignus amicitiae, by the Rt. Hon. H.A.L. Fisher.--G.M.--W.A., 1895-1924, by C. Archer.--Gilbert Murray and Sommerville, by M. Fry.--Professor Murray and the amateur player, by J. Masefield.--Gilbert Murray and some actors, by Dame S. Thorndike.--The League of Nations union and Gilbert Murray, by Lord Cecil.--Gladstone and the League of Nations mind, by J.L. Hammond.--The battle for open spaces, by B. Hammond.--Man and leviathan, by S.A. de Madariaga.--The machinery of indirect rule in Papua, by Sir H. Murray.--Post-war economic reconstruction, by A. Zimmern.--Rhetoric in the ancient world, by E.R. Bevan.--The invention of space, by F.M. Cornford.--On translating Greek tragedy, by H. Granville-Barker.--Some problems in the "Acta Judae Thomae," by D.S. Margoliouth.--The evidence for telepathy, by Mrs. W.H. Salter.--The present and future of classical scholarship, by J.A.K. Thomson.--The Greek door to the study of history, by A.J. Toynbee.|
|Responsibility:||[by] the Rt. Hon. H.A.L. Fisher, Señor S.A. de Madariaga, Lt.-Col. Charles Archer [and others].|