Books and Habits, from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn
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Books and Habits, from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn

By Lafcadio Hearn
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Table of Contents
  • Books and Habits
  • from the lectures of
  • Lafcadio Hearn
    • Selected and Edited with an Introduction by
    • John Erskine
      • Professor of English Columbia University
    • Professor of English Columbia University
    • 1922
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • BOOKS AND HABITS
    • Chapter I
  • The Insuperable Difficulty
    • Chapter II
  • On Love in English Poetry
    • Chapter III
  • The Ideal Woman in English Poetry
    • Wishes
      • Somewhere or Other
      • Amaturus
      • Meet We No Angels, Pansie?
      • Evelyn Hope
      • The Triumph
      • The Solitary-Hearted
    • Somewhere or Other
    • Amaturus
    • Meet We No Angels, Pansie?
    • Evelyn Hope
    • The Triumph
    • The Solitary-Hearted
    • Chapter IV
  • Note Upon the Shortest Forms of English Poetry
    • Chapter V
  • Some Foreign Poems on Japanese Subjects
    • Le Samourai
    • Le Daimio (Matin de bataille)
    • Chapter VI
  • The Bible in English Literature
    • Chapter VII
  • The “Havamal”
    • Old Northern Ethics of Life
    • Chapter VIII
  • Beyond Man
    • Chapter IX
  • The New Ethics
    • Chapter X
  • Some Poems about Insects
    • KING SOLOMON AND THE ANTS
    • Chapter XI
  • Some French Poems about Insects
    • MA LIBELLULE
      • THE GRASSHOPPER
    • THE GRASSHOPPER
    • Chapter XII
  • Note on the Influence of Finnish Poetry in English Literature
    • Chapter XIII
  • The Most Beautiful Romance of the Middle Ages
    • Chapter XIV
  • “Ionica”
    • MIMNERMUS IN CHURCH
    • Chapter XV
  • Old Greek Fragments
  • INDEX
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