Why we should read
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Why we should read

By S. P. B. Mais
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Table of Contents
  • WHY WE SHOULD READ——
  • Educational
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART I SOME ENGLISH CLASSICS
  • I TOM JONES
  • II WUTHERING HEIGHTS
  • III CHARLES LAMB
  • IV JAMES BOSWELL
  • V WILLIAM HAZLITT
  • VI SAMUEL PEPYS
  • VII WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR
  • VIII JOHN DONNE
  • IX SUCH A BOOK AS THE BEGGAR'S OPERA
  • PART II SOME CONTEMPORARIES
  • I GEORGE SANTAYANA
  • II THE POEMS OF FRANCIS BRETT-YOUNG
  • III THE POEMS OF IRIS TREE
  • IV THE POEMS OF ALDOUS HUXLEY
  • V THE POEMS OF ROBERT GRAVES
  • VI J. D. BERESFORD
  • VII NIGHT AND DAY
  • VIII E. C. BOOTH
  • IX FORD MADOX HUEFFER
  • X THE BALLAD OF THE WHITE HORSE
  • XI E. M. FORSTER
  • XII SHEILA KAYE-SMITH
  • PART III BOOKS ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  • I A HISTORY OF MODERN COLLOQUIAL ENGLISH—BY H. C. WYLD
  • II THE ROMANCE OF WORDS—BY ERNEST WEEKLEY
  • III THE ROMANCE OF NAMES—BY ERNEST WEEKLEY
  • IV THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE—BY LOGAN PEARSALL SMITH
  • PART IV CERTAIN FOREIGNERS
  • I MONTAIGNE
  • II NEKRASSOV (1821-1877)
  • III PUSHKIN (1799-1837)
  • IV LÈRMONTOV (1814-1841)
  • V GOGOL (1809-1852)
  • VI TURGENEV (1816-1883)
  • VII GONCHAROV (1812-1891)
  • VIII DOSTOIEVSKY (1821-1881)
  • IX TOLSTOY (1828-1910)
  • X TCHEHOV (1860-1904)
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