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BADDECK AND THAT SORT OF THING1
PREFACE1
BADDECK AND THAT SORT OF THING2
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III28
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SUMMER IN A GARDEN67
CALVIN A STUDY OF CHARACTER67
INTRODUCTORY LETTER67
BY WAY OF DEDICATION69
PRELIMINARY70
FIRST WEEK72
SECOND WEEK73
THIRD WEEK75
FOURTH WEEK77
FIFTH WEEK79
SIXTH WEEK81
SEVENTH WEEK83
EIGHTH WEEK86
NINTH WEEK89
TENTH WEEK91
ELEVENTH WEEK93
TWELFTH WEEK96
THIRTEENTH WEEK98
FOURTEENTH WEEK101
FIFTEENTH WEEK103
SIXTEENTH WEEK106
SEVENTEENTH WEEK109
EIGHTEENTH WEEK112
NINETEENTH WEEK115
CALVIN118
CALVIN118
BACKLOG STUDIES125
FIRST STUDY125
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SECOND STUDY133
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THIRD STUDY143
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FOURTH STUDY153
A NEW “VISION OF SIN”153
FIFTH STUDY162
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SIXTH STUDY173
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SEVENTH STUDY183
EIGHTH STUDY188
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NINTH STUDY199
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TENTH STUDY210
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ELEVENTH STUDY216
MY UNCLE IN INDIA217
IN THE WILDERNESS224
HOW I KILLED A BEAR224
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VII273
VIII280
HOW SPRING CAME IN NEW ENGLAND289
CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH298
PREFACE298
CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH300
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THE STORY OF POCAHONTAS443
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STORY OF POCAHONTAS, CONTINUED456
SAUNTERINGS469
MISAPPREHENSIONS CORRECTED469
PARIS AND LONDON473
PARIS IN MAY—­FRENCH GIRLS—­THE EMPEROR AT LONGCHAMPS476
AN IMPERIAL REVIEW479
THE LOW COUNTRIES AND RHINELAND482
GHENT AND ANTWERP485
AMSTERDAM487
COLOGNE AND ST. URSULA492
A GLIMPSE OF THE RHINE493
HEIDELBERG495
ALPINE NOTES496
HEARING THE FREIBURG ORGAN—­FIRST SIGHT OF LAKE LEMAN500
OUR ENGLISH FRIENDS501
THE DILIGENCE TO CHAMOUNY504
THE MAN WHO SPEAKS ENGLISH507
A WALK TO THE GORNER GRAT509
THE BATHS OF LEUK512
OVER THE GEMMI515
BAVARIA.516
A CITY OF COLOR518
A CITY LIVING ON THE PAST520
OUTSIDE ASPECTS OF MUNICH522
THE MILITARY LIFE OF MUNICH528
THE EMANCIPATION OF MUNICH529
FASHION IN THE STREETS531
THE GOTTESACKER AND BAVARIAN FUNERALS535
THE OCTOBER FEST THE PEASANTS AND THE KING537
INDIAN SUMMER544
A TASTE OF ULTRAMONTANISM545
CHANGING QUARTERS549
CHRISTMAS TIME-MUSIC555
LOOKING FOR WARM WEATHER559
RAVENNA565
DOWN TO THE PINETA568
DANTE AND BYRON570
RESTING-PLACE OF CAESARS—­PICTURE OF A BEAUTIFUL HERETIC571
A HIGH DAY IN ROME574
VESUVIUS579
SORRENTO DAYS586
THE VILLA NARDI588
SEA AND SHORE592
ON TOP OF THE HOUSE595
THE PRICE OF ORANGES598
FASCINATION602
MONKISH PERCHES604
A DRY TIME607
CHILDREN OF THE SUN609
SAINT ANTONINO612
PUNTA DELLA CAMPANELLA615
CAPRI619
THE STORY OF FIAMMETTA622
ST. MARIA A CASTELLO627
THE MYTH OF THE SIRENS630
BEING A BOY632
BEING A BOY632
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ON HORSEBACK695
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III728
IV740
THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER757
THE COMPLETE WRITINGS757
CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME: 757
AS WE WERE SAYING759
BACKLOG EDITION759
OF CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER759
AS WE WERE SAYING759
ROSE AND CHRYSANTHEMUM759
THE RED BONNET761
THE LOSS IN CIVILIZATION763
SOCIAL SCREAMING765
DOES REFINEMENT KILL INDIVIDUALITY?768
THE DIRECTOIRE GOWN770
THE MYSTERY OF THE SEX772
THE CLOTHES OF FICTION774
THE BROAD A776
CHEWING GUM778
WOMEN IN CONGRESS780
SHALL WOMEN PROPOSE?782
FROCKS AND THE STAGE784
ALTRUISM786
SOCIAL CLEARING-HOUSE788
DINNER-TABLE TALK791
NATURALIZATION793
ART OF GOVERNING794
LOVE OF DISPLAY797
VALUE OF THE COMMONPLACE798
THE BURDEN OF CHRISTMAS800
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF WRITERS802
THE CAP AND GOWN804
A TENDENCY OF THE AGE807
A LOCOED NOVELIST809
AS WE GO811
CONTENTS:  (28 short studies)811
OUR PRESIDENT811
THE NEWSPAPER-MADE MAN813
INTERESTING GIRLS816
GIVE THE MEN A CHANCE817
THE ADVENT OF CANDOR819
THE AMERICAN MAN821
THE ELECTRIC WAY823
CAN A HUSBAND OPEN HIS WIFE’S LETTERS?825
A LEISURE CLASS826
WEATHER AND CHARACTER828
BORN WITH AN “EGO”830
JUVENTUS MUNDI832
A BEAUTIFUL OLD AGE834
THE ATTRACTION OF THE REPULSIVE836
GIVING AS A LUXURY839
CLIMATE AND HAPPINESS841
THE NEW FEMININE RESERVE843
REPOSE IN ACTIVITY846
WOMEN—­IDEAL AND REAL848
THE ART OF IDLENESS849
IS THERE ANY CONVERSATION851
THE TALL GIRL853
THE DEADLY DIARY855
THE WHISTLING GIRL857
BORN OLD AND RICH859
THE “OLD SOLDIER”861
THE ISLAND OF BIMINI864
JUNE866
NINE SHORT ESSAYS867
CONTENTS: 867
A NIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF THE TUILERIES867
TRUTHFULNESS876
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS880
LITERATURE AND THE STAGE883
THE LIFE-SAVING AND LIFE PROLONGING ART885
“H.H.”  IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA889
SIMPLICITY893
THE ENGLISH VOLUNTEERS DURING THE LATE INVASION898
NATHAN HALE—­1887903
FASHIONS IN LITERATURE909
INTRODUCTION910
FASHIONS IN LITERATURE913
THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER923
CERTAIN DIVERSITIES OF AMERICAN LIFE940
THE PILGRIM, AND THE AMERICAN OF TODAY—­1892953
SOME CAUSES OF THE PREVAILING DISCONTENT961
THE EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO973
THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE—­WHAT SHALL BE DONE WITH THE CRIMINAL CLASS?984
LITERARY COPYRIGHT995
THE RELATION OF LITERATURE TO LIFE1003
CONTENTS: 1003
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH1003
THOMAS R. LOUNSBURY.1022
THE RELATION OF LITERATURE TO LIFE1023
WHAT IS YOUR CULTURE TO ME?1054
MODERN FICTION1066
THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY MR. FROUDE’S “PROGRESS”1079
ENGLAND1093
THE NOVEL AND THE COMMON SCHOOL1107
THE PEOPLE FOR WHOM SHAKESPEARE WROTE1120
III1153
A LITTLE JOURNEY IN THE WORLD1172
INTRODUCTORY SKETCH1172
A LITTLE JOURNEY IN THE WORLD1172
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THE GOLDEN HOUSE1344
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THAT FORTUNE1490
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THEIR PILGRIMAGE1652
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WASHINGTON IRVING1811
EDITOR’S NOTE1811
WASHINGTON IRVING1811
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