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Author: Frederick A Manchester; William F Giese
Publisher: New York And London, Harper & Brothers, 1926.
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Harper's anthology for college courses in composition and literature .
New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1926
(OCoLC)592031768
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick A Manchester; William F Giese
OCLC Number: 1743706
Notes: Manual of instruction by Frederick A. Manchester.
Description: 3 volumes 19 cm
Contents: [v. 1] Prose --
Of education / Montaigne --
A speech at Eton / Matthew Arnold --
The open secret / Thomas Carlyle --
Dante / Thomas Carlyle --
Where I lived, and what I lived for / Henry David Thoreau --
Birds at their best / W.H. Hudson --
Of friendship / Cicero --
Of friendship / Montaigne --
Of friendship / Francis Bacon --
Truth of intercourse / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Emerson the lecturer / James Russell Lowell --
Love / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Napoleon; or, the man of the world / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
My first acquaintance with poets / William Hazlitt --
On actors and acting / William Hazlitt --
Modern gallantry / Charles Lamb --
Dream-children: a reverie / Charles Lamb --
Madame Récamier / Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve --
Paganini / Heinrich Heine --
Critical standards / Irving Babbitt --
On Giotto and on painting as an art / Bernhard Berenson --
Thoughts / Pascal --
Maxims / La Rochefoucauld --
Reflections and maxims / Vauvenargues --
Thoughts / Joseph Joubert --
Reflections and maxims / Henri-Frédéric Amiel --
Reflections, maxims, conversations / Goethe --
Reflections at a breakfast-table / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Wisdom of Confucius / Confucian sacred books --
Miscellenea / William James / Ralph Waldo Emerson / William Shakespeare / Bede / Montaigne / La Bruyère / St. Francis de Sales / Matthew Arnold / Epictetus / Thomas à Kempis / Irving Babbitt / Buddha / Ecclesiasticus / Rivarol / Longinus / Boileau / Chateaubriand / William Wordsworth / Schopenhauer / Charles Lamb / Benjamin Franklin / John Milton / Francis Bacon / John Henry Newman --
The funeral oration of Pericles / Thucydides --
Gettysburg Address / Abraham Lincoln --
Second inaugural address / Abraham Lincoln --
Meditations / Marcus Aurelius --
The casting of Perseus / Benvenuto Cellini --
Conversations of Samuel Johnson / James Boswell --
The art of virtue / Benjamin Frankllin --
Extracts from a college journal / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
My début as an actress / Fanny Kemble --
The trial and death of Socrates / Plato --
Æsop and Rhodope / Walter Savage Landor --
To the Reverend William Unwin / William Cowper --
To Clotworthy Rowley, Esq. / William Cowper --
To the Reverend John Newton / William Cowper --
To his mother / Oliver Goldsmith --
To his son, Philip Sidney / Sir Henry Sidney --
To his son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. / Lord Chesterfield --
To the Right Honorable the Earl of Chesterfield / Samuel Johnson --
To Frances Maria Kelly / Charles Lamb --
To Charles Lamb / Frances Maria Kelly --
To Frances Maria Kelly / Charles Lamb --
To Dr. Asbury / Charles Lamb --
To William Wordsworth / Charles Lamb --
To Horace Greeley / Abraham Lincoln --
To John D. Johnston / Abraham Lincoln --
To Alfred Tennyson / William Makepeace Thackeray --
To Robert Louis Stevenson / Henry James --
To Henry James / Robert Louis Stevenson --
To Robert Lewis Stevenson / Rui --
To Lucien Anatole Prévost-Paradol / Hippolyte Taine --
To William Makepeace Thackeray (imaginary letter) / Andrew Lang --
Pericles to Aspasia (imaginary letter) / Walter Savage Landor --
A scene in the British Parliament / Thomas Babington Macaulay --
Opium dreams / Thomas De Quincey --
St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice / John Ruskin --
La Gioconda / Walter Pater --
The immeasurable heavens / Thomas Hardy --
The boundless earth / W.H. Hudson --
The wooing of Rebekah / Old Testament --
The story of Joseph / Old Testament --
The Pope is dead / Alphonse Daudet --
The sorrows of a day / George Eliot --
Mr. Collins proposes marriage / Jane Austen --
Gil Blas and the Archbishop of Granada / Le Sage --
Jeff Durgin / William Dean Howells --
Clym Yeobright / Thomas Hardy --
Rosamond Vincy / George Eliot --
The return of Colonel Newcome / William Makepeace Thackeray --
An episode at an inn / Laurence Sterne --
My gentleman on the road / George Meredith --
Ferdinand and Miranda / George Meredith --
Regenerating the world: a symposium / Thomas Love Peacock.
Responsibility: edited by Frederick A. Manchester, William F. Giese ...

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