Representative essays, selected from the series of "Prose masterpieces from the modern essayist."

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245 1 0 ‡aRepresentative essays, ‡bselected from the series of "Prose masterpieces from the modern essayist." ‡cComprising twelve unabridged essays by Irving, Lamb, De Quincey ... [and others]
260 ‡aNew York, ‡aLondon, ‡bG.P. Putnam's Sons, ‡c1885.
300 ‡a3 p. l., 395 p. ‡bfront. (port.) ‡c20 cm.
500 ‡aPreface signed: G.H.P. [i.e. George Haven Putnam]
505 0 ‡aThe mutability of literature, by Washington Irving.--Imperfect sympathies, by Charles Lamb.--Conversation, by Thomas De Quincey.--Compensation, by R.W. Emerson.--Sweetness and light, by Matthew Arnold.--On popular culture, by John Morley.--On a certain condescension in foreigners, by J.R. Lowell.--On history, by Thomas Carlyle.--History, by T.B. Macaulay.--The science of history, by J.A. Froude.--Race and language, by E.A. Freeman.--Kin beyond sea, by W.E. Gladstone.
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 0 ‡aEnglish essays.
700 1 ‡aPutnam, George Haven, ‡d1844-1930. ‡eed.
740 0 ‡aProse-masterpieces.
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