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Poems, plays, and essays,

Author: Oliver Goldsmith; Henry T Tuckerman; John Aikin
Publisher: New York, T. Y. Crowell [1884]
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Named Person: Oliver Goldsmith
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Goldsmith; Henry T Tuckerman; John Aikin
OCLC Number: 5270563
Description: xxvii, 530 p. 10 pl. (incl. front.) 21 cm.
Contents: (Poems) --
The traveller --
Prospect of society --
The deserted village --
The hermit --
The haunch of venison, to Lord Clare --
Retaliation --
The double transformation --
The gift : to Iris, in Bow-street, Covent Garden --
An elegy on the death of a mad dog --
The logicians refuted : imitation of Dean Swift --
A new simile --
An elegy on Mrs. Mary Blaise --
On a beautiful youth struck blind by lightning --
The clowns reply --
Epitaph on Dr. Parnell --
Epitaph on Edward Purdon --
Prologue to Zobeide --
Epilogue to the comdey of the sisters --
Threnodia Augustalis --
The captivity --
(Plays) --
The good-natured man --
She stoops to conquer (or) --
The mistakes of a night --
(Essays) --
Love and friendship --
( the story of Alexander and Septimus) --
On happiness of temper On the policy of concealing our wants, or poverty --
On generosity and justice --
On the education of youth --
On the versatility of popular favor --
Rules for behavior --
Rules for raising the devil --
Beau Tibbs --
On the irresolution of youth --
On mad dogs --
On the increased love of life with age --
Ladies passion for levelling distinction of dress --
Asem (or) --
The wisdom of Providence in the moral government of the world --
On the English clergy and popular preachers --
On the advantages to be derived from sending a judicious traveller in Asia --
Reverie at the Boar's-head tavern --
On quack doctors --
Adventures of a strolling player --
Rules to be observed at a Russian Assembly --
The genius of love --
Distresses of an English disabled sold'er --
On the fraility of man --
On friendship --
Folly of attempting to learn wisdom in retirement --
Letter by a common-council-man at the time of the coronation.
Responsibility: by Oliver Goldsmith, with introductory essay by Henry T. Tuckerman and memoir by John Aiken. Illustrated by Garrett, Schell, Taylor and other artists.

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