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|Notes:||Reprint of the 1915 ed.|
|Description:||3 volumes portraits 23 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1. The mutability of literature, by W. Irving. The world of books, by L. Hunt. Imperfect sympathies, by C. Lamb. Conversation, by T. De Quincy. Petition of the Thugs for toleration, by W.S. Landor. The benefits of Parliament, by W.S. Landor. Fallacies of anti-reformers, by S. Smith. Nil nisi bonum, by W.M. Thackeray. Compensation, by R.W. Emerson. Sweetness and light, by M. Arnold. On popular culture, by J. Morley.--v. 2. On the art of living with others, by A. Helps. My winter garden, by C. Kingsley. Work, by J. Ruskin. On a certain condescension in foreigners, by J.R. Lowell. On history, by T. Carlyle. History, by T.B. Macaulay.--v. 3. The science of history, by J.A. Froude. Race and language, by E.A. Freeman. Kin beyond sea, by W.E. Gladstone. Private judgment, by J.H. Newman. An apology for plainspeaking, by L. Stephen.|
|Series Title:||Essay index reprint series.|