Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American
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Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American

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Table of Contents
  • Thomas H. Huxley
  • THE HARVARD CLASSICS
    • EDITED BY CHARLES W ELIOT LL D
    • ESSAYS ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
      • WITH INTRODUCTIONS, NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "DR ELIOT'S FIVE-FOOT SHELF OF BOOKS"
        • P F COLLIER & SON NEW YORK
      • P F COLLIER & SON NEW YORK
    • WITH INTRODUCTIONS, NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
    • "DR ELIOT'S FIVE-FOOT SHELF OF BOOKS"
      • P F COLLIER & SON NEW YORK
    • P F COLLIER & SON NEW YORK
    • CONTENTS
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • JONATHAN SWIFT[1]
      • THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY
        • BY
      • BY
      • JOHN HENRY NEWMAN
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY
      • I. WHAT IS A UNIVERSITY?
      • II. SITE OF A UNIVERSITY
      • III. UNIVERSITY LIFE AT ATHENS
      • THE STUDY OF POETRY
        • BY
      • BY
      • MATTHEW ARNOLD
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • THE STUDY OF POETRY[1]
      • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [3]
      • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [4]
      • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [5]
      • SESAME AND LILIES
        • BY
      • BY
      • JOHN RUSKIN
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • SESAME AND LILIES
      • LECTURE I—SESAME OF KINGS' TREASURIES[1]
      • SESAME AND LILIES
      • LECTURE—II—LILIES[1] OF QUEENS' GARDENS.
      • JOHN MILTON
        • BY
      • BY
      • WALTER BAGEHOT
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • JOHN MILTON[1]
      • (1859)
      • SCIENCE AND CULTURE
        • BY
      • BY
      • THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • SCIENCE AND CULTURE[1]
      • RACE AND LANGUAGE
        • BY
      • BY
      • EDWARD AUGUSTUS FREEMAN
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • RACE AND LANGUAGE[1]
      • TRUTH OF INTERCOURSE
      • SAMUEL PEPYS
        • BY
      • BY
      • ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • TRUTH OF INTERCOURSE
      • SAMUEL PEPYS
      • THE DIARY
      • A LIBERAL GENIUS
      • RESPECTABILITY
      • ON THE ELEVATION OF THE LABORING CLASSES
        • BY
      • BY
      • WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
      • ON THE ELEVATION OF THE LABORING CLASSES
      • LECTURE II
      • THE POETIC PRINCIPLE
        • BY
      • BY
      • EDGAR ALLAN POE
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • THE POETIC PRINCIPLE
      • WALKING
        • BY
      • BY
      • HENRY DAVID THOREAU
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • WALKING
      • [1862]
      • THE OLD MARLBOROUGH ROAD
      • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
      • DEMOCRACY
        • BY
      • BY
      • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
      • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
      • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
      • 1864-1865
      • DEMOCRACY
        • INAUGURAL ADDRESS ON ASSUMING THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, 6 OCTOBER, 1884
      • INAUGURAL ADDRESS ON ASSUMING THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, 6 OCTOBER, 1884
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • JONATHAN SWIFT[1]
    • THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY
      • BY
    • BY
    • JOHN HENRY NEWMAN
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY
    • I. WHAT IS A UNIVERSITY?
    • II. SITE OF A UNIVERSITY
    • III. UNIVERSITY LIFE AT ATHENS
    • THE STUDY OF POETRY
      • BY
    • BY
    • MATTHEW ARNOLD
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • THE STUDY OF POETRY[1]
    • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [3]
    • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [4]
    • Fragment of Homer's Iliad [5]
    • SESAME AND LILIES
      • BY
    • BY
    • JOHN RUSKIN
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • SESAME AND LILIES
    • LECTURE I—SESAME OF KINGS' TREASURIES[1]
    • SESAME AND LILIES
    • LECTURE—II—LILIES[1] OF QUEENS' GARDENS.
    • JOHN MILTON
      • BY
    • BY
    • WALTER BAGEHOT
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • JOHN MILTON[1]
    • (1859)
    • SCIENCE AND CULTURE
      • BY
    • BY
    • THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • SCIENCE AND CULTURE[1]
    • RACE AND LANGUAGE
      • BY
    • BY
    • EDWARD AUGUSTUS FREEMAN
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • RACE AND LANGUAGE[1]
    • TRUTH OF INTERCOURSE
    • SAMUEL PEPYS
      • BY
    • BY
    • ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • TRUTH OF INTERCOURSE
    • SAMUEL PEPYS
    • THE DIARY
    • A LIBERAL GENIUS
    • RESPECTABILITY
    • ON THE ELEVATION OF THE LABORING CLASSES
      • BY
    • BY
    • WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
    • ON THE ELEVATION OF THE LABORING CLASSES
    • LECTURE II
    • THE POETIC PRINCIPLE
      • BY
    • BY
    • EDGAR ALLAN POE
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • THE POETIC PRINCIPLE
    • WALKING
      • BY
    • BY
    • HENRY DAVID THOREAU
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • WALKING
    • [1862]
    • THE OLD MARLBOROUGH ROAD
    • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    • DEMOCRACY
      • BY
    • BY
    • JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    • 1864-1865
    • DEMOCRACY
      • INAUGURAL ADDRESS ON ASSUMING THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, 6 OCTOBER, 1884
    • INAUGURAL ADDRESS ON ASSUMING THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, 6 OCTOBER, 1884
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