Mrs Albert Grundy—Observations in Philistia
Harold Frederic
Mrs Albert Grundy—Observations in Philistia
Presenting in Outline the Comfortable and Well-Regulated Paradox over which She Presides, and showing its Mental Elevation
Setting forth the Untoward Circumstances under which the Right Tale was Unfolded in the Wrong Company
Annotating Sundry Points of Contact found to exist between the Lady and Contemporary Art
Affording a Novel and Subdued Scientific Light, by which divers Venerable Problems may be Observed Afresh
Touching the Experimental Graft of a Utilitarian Spirit upon the Aesthetic Instinct in our Sisters
Relating to Various Phenomena attending the Progress of the Sex along Lines of the Greatest Resistance
Illustrating the operation of Vegetables and Feminine Duplicity upon the Concepts of Maternal Responsibility
Containing Thoughts upon the Great Unknown, to which are added Speculations upon her Hereafter
Glancing at some Modern Aspects of Master John Gutenberg's ingenious but Over-rated Invention
Detailing certain Prudential Measures taken during the Panic incident to a Late Threatened Invasion
Dealing with the Deceptions of Nature, and the Freedom from, Illusion Inherent in the Unnatural
Suggesting Considerations possibly heretofore Overlooked by Commentators upon the Laws of Property
Narrating the Failure of a Loyal Attempt to Circumvent Adversity by means of Modern Appliances
Introducing Scenes from a Foreign Country, and also conveying Welcome Intelligence, together with some Instruction
Disclosing the Educational Influence exerted by the Essex Coast, and other Matters, including Reasons for Joy
Describing Impressions of a Momentous Interview, loosely gathered by One who, although present, was not quite In it
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