Essays from the Chap-Book Being a Miscellany of Curious and interesting Tales, Histories, &c; newly composed by Many Celebrated Writers and very delightful to read.
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Essays from the Chap-Book Being a Miscellany of Curious and interesting Tales, Histories, &c; newly composed by Many Celebrated Writers and very delightful to read.

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Table of Contents
  • Chap-Book Essays
  • CONTENTS
  • Ibsen’s New Play By H. H. Boyesen
  • Bits of Criticism By John Burroughs
  • Verlaine: A Feminine Appreciation By Mrs. Reginald de Koven
  • Degeneration By Alice Morse Earle
  • The Pleasures of Historiography By Alice Morse Earle
  • The Bureau of Literary Revision By Alice Morse Earle
  • Mr. Meredith and his Aminta By Lewis E. Gates
  • The Popularity of Poetry By Edmund Gosse
  • Concerning Me and the Metropolis By Louise Imogen Guiney
  • “Trilby” By Louise Imogen Guiney
  • Modern Laodicea By Norman Hapgood
  • The Intellectual Parvenu By Norman Hapgood
  • The School of Jingoes By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • The Uses of Perversity By Laurence Jerrold
  • A Comment on Some Recent Books By Hamilton Wright Mabie
  • One Word More By Hamilton Wright Mabie
  • The Man Who Dares By Louise Chandler Moulton
  • R. L. S.—Some Edinburgh Notes By Eve Blantyre Simpson
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • Mr. Gilbert Parker’s Sonnets By Richard Henry Stoddard
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • Is the New Woman New? By Maurice Thompson
  • The Return of the Girl By Maurice Thompson
  • The Art of Saying Nothing Well By Maurice Thompson
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