Complete Essays eBook

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AS WE WERE SAYING1
BACKLOG EDITION1
OF CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER1
AS WE WERE SAYING1
ROSE AND CHRYSANTHEMUM1
THE RED BONNET3
THE LOSS IN CIVILIZATION5
SOCIAL SCREAMING7
DOES REFINEMENT KILL INDIVIDUALITY?9
THE DIRECTOIRE GOWN12
THE MYSTERY OF THE SEX13
THE CLOTHES OF FICTION15
THE BROAD A18
CHEWING GUM20
WOMEN IN CONGRESS22
SHALL WOMEN PROPOSE?23
FROCKS AND THE STAGE26
ALTRUISM28
SOCIAL CLEARING-HOUSE30
DINNER-TABLE TALK32
NATURALIZATION34
ART OF GOVERNING36
LOVE OF DISPLAY38
VALUE OF THE COMMONPLACE40
THE BURDEN OF CHRISTMAS42
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF WRITERS43
THE CAP AND GOWN46
A TENDENCY OF THE AGE48
A LOCOED NOVELIST50
AS WE GO53
CONTENTS:  (28 short studies)53
OUR PRESIDENT53
THE NEWSPAPER-MADE MAN55
INTERESTING GIRLS57
GIVE THE MEN A CHANCE59
THE ADVENT OF CANDOR61
THE AMERICAN MAN63
THE ELECTRIC WAY64
CAN A HUSBAND OPEN HIS WIFE’S LETTERS?66
A LEISURE CLASS68
WEATHER AND CHARACTER70
BORN WITH AN “EGO”72
JUVENTUS MUNDI74
A BEAUTIFUL OLD AGE76
THE ATTRACTION OF THE REPULSIVE78
GIVING AS A LUXURY80
CLIMATE AND HAPPINESS82
THE NEW FEMININE RESERVE85
REPOSE IN ACTIVITY87
WOMEN—­IDEAL AND REAL89
THE ART OF IDLENESS91
IS THERE ANY CONVERSATION93
THE TALL GIRL95
THE DEADLY DIARY97
THE WHISTLING GIRL99
BORN OLD AND RICH100
THE “OLD SOLDIER”103
THE ISLAND OF BIMINI105
JUNE107
NINE SHORT ESSAYS108
CONTENTS: 108
A NIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF THE TUILERIES108
TRUTHFULNESS117
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS121
LITERATURE AND THE STAGE125
THE LIFE-SAVING AND LIFE PROLONGING ART127
“H.H.”  IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA131
SIMPLICITY135
THE ENGLISH VOLUNTEERS DURING THE LATE INVASION140
NATHAN HALE—­1887145
FASHIONS IN LITERATURE151
INTRODUCTION152
FASHIONS IN LITERATURE155
THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER165
CERTAIN DIVERSITIES OF AMERICAN LIFE182
THE PILGRIM, AND THE AMERICAN OF TODAY—­1892195
SOME CAUSES OF THE PREVAILING DISCONTENT203
THE EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO215
THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE—­WHAT SHALL BE DONE WITH THE CRIMINAL CLASS?226
LITERARY COPYRIGHT237
THE RELATION OF LITERATURE TO LIFE245
CONTENTS: 245
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH245
THOMAS R. LOUNSBURY.264
THE RELATION OF LITERATURE TO LIFE265
WHAT IS YOUR CULTURE TO ME?296
MODERN FICTION308
THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY MR. FROUDE’S “PROGRESS”321
ENGLAND335
THE NOVEL AND THE COMMON SCHOOL349
THE PEOPLE FOR WHOM SHAKESPEARE WROTE362
III395
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