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Quérelles littéraires; Volume: 3

By: Irailh, Augustin Simon, 1717-1794.; Pre 1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
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Essays in London and Elsewhere

By: James, Henry, 1843-1916

..."eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibility, and enhanced reading. Authors, publishers, librari and technologists unite to expand reading w... ...were first published (in The Fortnightly Review) the latest volumes of these authors had not appeared. CONTENTS PAGE ^ LONDON i JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL ... ...ely has been the question of the publication of acted plays ; but even those authors who have hoped most for the practice have probably not hoped for ... ...hat, be it in verse, be it in prose, it is only so far as they "write " that authors live ; between the two cate gories he makes a fundamental distinc... ...ate gories he makes a fundamental distinction. The lat ter, indeed, the mere authors, simply did not exist for him, and with Mr. Besant's Incorporated... ...S IN LONDON AND ELSEWHERE with egotism. The uncalculated trick played by our authors upon their reputation was to suppose that their name could bear s... ...in learn ing and in physics, we have never encountered a man of letters (our authors are really one in their duality) for whom his profession was such... ...ubert doubtless gave himself up to " art " with as few reservations, but our authors have over him exactly the superiority that the Journal gives them... ...on 196 ESSAYS IN LONDON AND ELSEWHERE embodied so far as I know only in the authors of " Manette Salomon." The relation borne by their feelings on th...

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Palms of papyrus : being forthright studies of men and books, with some pages from a man's inner life

By: Monahan, Michael, 1865-1933
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The Literary News, A Monthly Journal of Current Literature ; Volume 18

By: Leypoldt, Augusta Harriet Garrigue, Mrs., 1849-1919, Editor
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My harvest

By: Whiteing, Richard, 1840-1928

...the same simplicity of structure." He looked on Carlyle as a sort of jelly fish of authorship amor- phous, as he was wont to put it, by way of hoistin... ...ly : his FLEET STREET 61 reading had manifestly agreed with him. He had taken his authors, as he took men of flesh and blood, as good fellows whose b... ... tions on his son's not altogether successful struggle for the honours of dramatic authorship. " I say, Dick," runs the legend, " my brother Tom's bee... ...one set of physical phenomena to another to produce a new art. Thus certain French authors, of a somewhat earlier date, dis- covered that words had od...

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The Century Magazine : Volume 86

...Book Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibility, and enhanced reading. Authors, publishers, librari and technologists unite to expand reading wit... ...plicated so as ultimately to be set aside has been minutely related by its authors. The newspapers, both Republi- can and Democratic, of November 8, 1... ...- server who pointed out the difference be- tween two contemporary British authors, insisting that "Air. George Bernard Shaw always writes with his to... ... she kept crooning conscien- tiously. Modestly, like some other successful authors, the Little Girl flapped her eye- lids languidly open and shut for ... ... mo- ment she turned to me and asked whether I knew either of two American authors whom she knew, men of considerable re- pute. Knowing them both very... ...-minded. The next edition will be the Literary Edi- tion, sold to artists, authors, and actors. LXXXVI—118 954 THE CENTURY MAGAZINE My plan is to tra...

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Where ghosts walk; the haunts of familiar characters in history and literature

By: Harland, Marion, 1830-1922
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Burgess' Hand Guide to Ottawa

By: Burgess, A. C

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William Allingham, a diary

By: Allingham, William, 1824-1889; Radford, Dollie; Allingham, Helen Paterson, 1848-1926
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Lecture on the Source of All Civilization : and the Means of Preserving Our Civil and Religious Liberty, Delivered Before the Young Men's Literary and Social Union, of the City of Indianapolis

By: Kalisch, Isidor, 1816-1886
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What I remember

By: Trollope, Thomas Adolphus, 1810-1892
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The American Educational Monthly: A Magazine of Popular Instruction and Literature

..."eBook Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibility, and enhanced reading. Authors, publishers, librari and technologists unite to expand reading w... ... the English of the Sooth, and Mid­ land English from both. But old English authors, no matter what dialect they em­ ployed, thought themselves justl... ...nt of dynamic exercuell.-A few of these exercises are deemed sufficient by authors of Instruction-books. I agree with them, when the pupil has an e... ... so called fi ve-fingAr exercises are written exclusively in the key of C. Authors will say, the efficient teacher will transpose these into the ot... ...l "ox," that it is a noun, masculine gender, and its plural is "oxen." Let authors and teachers avoid evel'y technioal term not indispensable, and ... ...f pieces of m'U8ic and Btudiu.-That tllis is a subject for just complaint, authors are silcntly ad­ mitting, for some of our so-callcd standard Pia... ...d him, or because the book is not his OWD. The case would be different, if authors would confine themselves to writing In­ struction-books for begi... ...ur charge. In our profes­ Ronal pride or ambition we may be, or hope to be, authors also i and it concerns Uil to know whether our works are to be ... ...simple and practicable; but what shall our over­ worked editors, clergymen. authors and others do, who have no time to form new habits' Oontracted ...

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My study windows. With introd. by Richard Garnett

By: Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891

... has obtained at home. We alone complain that the fame of much of our best authorship is local, or at least should have to make that com- plaint, but ... ...e. Mr. Quincy, at least, retained to the last a fondness for certain Latin authors. While he was President of the College, he told a gentleman, from w... ...t poet. There is surely something in the construction of the ears of small authors which lays them specially open to the inroads of this pest. It tick... ... insincere dealing with liimself. Percival is a good example of a class of authors unhappily too numerous in these latter days. In Europe the natural ... ...life and substance. Montaigne, for example, is one of the most original of authors, though he helped himself to ideas in every direction. But they tur... ...matic as some more eminently tedious (or shall we say tediously eminent T) authors ; one may think roses as good in their way as cabbages, though the ... ... middle-aged man who sets himself to recollect- ing the names of different authors that have been famous, and the number of contemporary immortalities... ...e fancy, which made it what it was. It would not be safe for all neglected authors to comfort themselves in Wordsworth's fashion, inferring genius in ... ...lled an old boy at botli ends of his career. CARLYLE. 167 In the earliest authorship of Mr. Oarlyle we find some not obscure hints of the future man....

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The Harvard Classics : Volume 9

By: Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926, Editor; Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh, Translator; William Melmoth
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What I remember

By: Trollope, Thomas Adolphus, 1810-1892
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The Literature of All Nations and All Ages : History, Character, And Incident : Volume 10

By: Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934; Young, John Russell, 1840-1899; Lamberton, John Porter, 1839-1917

...RATURE 361 Henry Sienkiewicz 363 Vinicius atidLygia 365 BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF AUTHORS 369 CHRONOLOGICAL VIEW OE LITERATURE 400 Egyptian 400 Assyrian 40... .... Some specimens of the work of other German writers, and essays upon German authors, were printed by him about this time ; as literature 228 ENGI^IS... ...a's headlesscorpse was stiffen- ing at Twala's gate. BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF AUTHORS. The following Table shows at a glance the principal facts of the... ...ng Table shows at a glance the principal facts of the lives and works of the authors who have been discussed and illustrated in the " Literature of Al... ...n the " Literature of All Nations and All Ages." It includes also many other authors, especially those oi recent times. It gives the dates of their bi... ...ath, or, where these are not known, shows the time at which they flourished. Authors who are best known by their pseudonyms, as ' George Eliot,' are e... ...tch historian. History of Modern Europe. K:—24 369 370 BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF AUTHORS. Allen, Elizabeth Akers, * Florence Percy' (1832- ) American poet... ...Attar, Ferid EDDIN (1119-1229?). Persian poet. V. 194. BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OK AUTHORS. 37 1 Atterbom, Per Daniel Amadeus (1790-1855). Swedish poet. Att... ...tin Caron de (1732-99) French dramatist, vii. 273. 372 BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF AUTHORS. Beaumont, Francis (1584-1616) English dramatist, partner of J. F...

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Where ghosts walk; the haunts of familiar characters in history and literature

By: Harland, Marion, 1830-1922
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Short Stories: A Magazine of Select Fiction : Volume 10

By: Alfred Ludlow White
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Warner's dictionary of authors ancient and modern

By: Warner, Charles Dudley, 1829-1900; Runkle, Lucia Isabella (Gilbert), 1844-; Warner, George Henry, 1833-; Mabie, Hamilton Wright, 1846-1916
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Caledonia : A Monthly Magazine of Literature, Antiquity, And Tradition Chiefly Northern

By: Alexander Lowson
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Vite di pii letterati

By: San Rafaele, Benvenuto, Conte Di
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The Saturday Magazine : Volume 22

By: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). Committee of General Literature and Education
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More authors and I

By: Hind, Charles Lewis, 1862-1927

... THELIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES MORE AUTHORS AND I BY THE SAME AUTHOR The Enchanted Stone Life's Little Thing... ...er Boy The Invisible Guide What's Freedom ? Things Seen in America Art and I Authors and I Etc., Etc. MORE AUTHORS AND I * " * By C. LEWIS HIND NEW Y... ...k College Librerv w 76/ TO THE READER HERE they are, my fifty Men and Women Authors, arranged alphabetically, from Ade (George) to Zangwill (Israel).... ...your favourites omitted, please remember that there was a former book called Authors and I. This new volume, most of which was written in America, is ... ... new volume, most of which was written in America, is named, naturally, More Authors and I. For I was allowed to acquire the habit of writing these st... ...rederick Dixon, then Editor of that excellent journal, liked them, and after Authors and I was published said encouragingly, " Carry on," I con- tinue... ... published said encouragingly, " Carry on," I con- tinued to write about the authors to whom I reacted, for some reason or another, at the moment, eve... ...ay figures as George Eliot and Herbert Spencer. And I am doing it still. For authors (and their vicissitudes) are many and persistent, and new ways of... ...93 199 205 211 217 223 229 235 24O 247 253 260 266 273 279 285 292 298 MORE AUTHORS AND I I. GEORGE ADE GEORGE ADE is an American humorist. I make...

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The Celtic Magazine : A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Literature, History

By: Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain
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My harvest

By: Whiteing, Richard, 1840-1928

...me simplicity of structure." He looked on Carlyle as a sort of jelly fish of authorship—amor- phous, as he was wont to put it, by way of hoisting the ... ...is FLEET STREET 61 reading had manifestly agreed with him. He had taken his authors, as he took men of flesh and blood, as good fellows whose best th... ... on his son's not altogether successful struggle for the honours of dramatic authorship. " I say, Dick," runs the legend, " my brother Tom's been writ... ...t of physical phenomena to another to produce a new art. Thus certain French authors, of a somewhat earlier date, dis- covered that words had odours a...

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The Canadian Question

By: Norris, William

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What I remember

By: Trollope, Thomas Adolphus, 1810-1892
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Mcclure's Magazine : Volume 8

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More authors and I

By: Hind, Charles Lewis, 1862-1927

...ICA To III- LIEN SE4RS staunchesl offriends Preface THE collocation of authors so widely at variance in their moral and artistic aims as are those... ...tle book may be defended by the safe and simple argument that all of these authors have exerted, each in his own way, an influence of singular range a... ...artistic importance may seem a sufficient criterion for the association of authors, and, apart from all sociologic and philosophic considerations, the... ...nd de- nounced all of them as empty manifestations of worldly conceit. His authorship of that immortal novel, "War and Peace," filled him with shame a...

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The Writer : Volume 30

By: Ebsco Publishing (Firm), Luce, Robert, 1862-1946; Hills, William Henry, 1859
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The Latch Key of My Bookhouse

By: Miller, Olive Beaupré
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The Saturday Magazine : Volume 5

By: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). Committee of General Literature and Education
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Idegen Portrék

By: Kázmér, Ern
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The Saturday Magazine : Volume 8

By: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). Committee of General Literature and Education
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The Latch Key of My Bookhouse

By: Miller, Olive Beaupré
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Robert Ainsleigh : By the Author of Lady Audley's Secret : Volume 3

By: Braddon, M. E. (Mary Elizabeth), 1835-1915; Bound to John Company
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The Latch Key of My Bookhouse

By: Miller, Olive Beaupré
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A Sketch of the Reign of George the Third from 1780 to the Close of the Year 1790

...Book Campaign" to promote literacy, accessibility, and enhanced reading. Authors, publishers, librari and technologists unite to expand reading wit... ...h loud l' ^ mrs and pointed infinuations, againft the luppofed motives and authors of a change fo inimical, as. they afferted, to the bed interefts of...

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The Latch Key of My Bookhouse

By: Miller, Olive Beaupré
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The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute

By: Iron and Steel Institute
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