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Great books as life-teachers; studies of character, real and ideal,

Author: Newell Dwight Hillis
Publisher: Chicago, New York Fleming H. Revell Co., 1899.
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Named Person: John Ruskin; George Eliot; Nathaniel Hawthorne; Victor Hugo; Henry Drummond; Robert Browning; Anthony Ashley Cooper Shaftesbury, Earl of; Frances Elizabeth Willard; David Livingstone; W E Gladstone; Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Newell Dwight Hillis
OCLC Number: 849823
Description: 6, [4], 15-339 pages 19 cm
Contents: The new times, and the poets and essayists as prophets of a new era.--John Ruskin's "Seven lamps of architecture" as interpreters of the seven laws of life ... --George Eliot's Tito, in "Romola" ... --Hawthorne's "Scarlet letter" and the retributive workings of conscience ... --Victor Hogo's "Les miserables."--Tennyson's "Idylls of the king."--The tragedy of the ten-talent men; a study of Browning's "Saul."--The memoirs of Henry Drummond, and the dawn of an era of friendship between science and religion.--The opportunities of leisure an wealth; an outlook upon the life of Lord Shaftesbury.--The biography of Frances Willard, an the heroes of social reform.--Blaikie's life of David Livingstone; a study of nineteenth-century heroism.--The Christian scholar in politics; a study of the life of William Ewart Gladstone.
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