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The powder of sympathy

Author: Christopher Morley
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923.
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Morley, Christopher, 1890-1957.
Powder of sympathy.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923
Named Person: Erskine Caldwell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Morley
OCLC Number: 290042
Description: xii, 304 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: On Oxford symbol --
Scapegoats --
To a New Yorker a hundred years hence --
A call for the author --
Mr. Pepys's Christmases --
Children as copy --
Hail, kinsprit! --
Round Manhattan Island --
The unknown citizen --
Sir Kenelm Digby --
First impressions of an amiable visitor --
In honorem: Martha Washington --
According to Hoyle --
L.E.W. --
Our extension course --
Some recipes --
Adventures of a curricular engineer --
Santayana in the subway --
Madonna of the taxis --
Matthew Arnold and Exodonita --
Dame Quickly and the boilroaster --
Vacationing with De Quincey --
The Spanish sultry --
What kind of dog? --
A letter from Gissing --
July 8, 1822 --
Midsummer in Salamis --
The story of ginger cubes --
The editor at the ball game --
The Dame explores Westchester --
The power and the glory --
Gissing joins a country club --
Three stars on the back stoop --
A Christmas card --
Symbols and paradoxes --
The return to town --
Maxims and minims --
Two reviews --
Buddha on the L --
Intellectuals and roughnecks --
The fun of writing --
A Christmas soliloquy.
Responsibility: by Christopher Morley ; illustrated by Walter Jack Duncan.


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