Literature and Life (Complete) eBook

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Start of eBook1
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL1
THE MAN OF LETTERS AS A MAN OF BUSINESS2
I.3
II.4
III.5
IV7
V.8
VI.9
VII.13
VIII15
IX.18
X.19
XI.22
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 23
CONFESSIONS OF A SUMMER COLONIST24
I.24
II.25
III.27
IV28
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 35
THE EDITOR’S RELATIONS WITH THE YOUNG CONTRIBUTOR35
I.35
II.37
III.38
IV.38
V.40
VI.42
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 43
LAST DAYS IN A DUTCH HOTEL43
I.44
II.45
IV48
V.49
VI.50
VII.50
VIII.51
LITERATURE AND LIFE—­Some Anomalies of the Short Story52
SOME ANOMALIES OF THE SHORT STORY52
I.52
II.53
III.55
IV.56
V.58
VI.59
LITERATURE AND LIFE—­Spanish Prisoners of War60
SPANISH PRISONERS OF WAR60
I.60
II.62
III.64
IV.66
LITERATURE AND LIFE—­American Literary Centers67
AMERICAN LITERARY CENTRES67
I.68
II.69
III.70
IV.71
V.72
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 75
THE STANDARD HOUSEHOLD-EFFECT COMPANY75
I.75
II.79
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 83
STACCATO NOTES OF A VANISHED SUMMER83
I.83
II.84
III.86
IV.87
V.88
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 89
CONTENTS: 90
WORRIES OF A WINTER WALK90
I.90
II.92
III.94
SUMMER ISLES OF EDEN95
I.96
II.96
III.98
IV.100
WILD FLOWERS OF THE ASPHALT101
I.102
II.103
III.103
IV104
A CIRCUS IN THE SUBURBS105
I.105
II.106
III.107
IV.108
A SHE HAMLET108
I.109
II.110
III.112
THE MIDNIGHT PLATOON113
I.114
II.115
III.116
IV.117
V.117
THE BEACH AT ROCKAWAY117
I.118
II.119
III.121
IV.122
V.122
VI.123
SAWDUST IN THE ARENA124
I.124
II.125
III.126
AT A DIME MUSEUM127
I.127
II.131
AMERICAN LITERATURE IN EXILE132
I.132
II.133
THE HORSE SHOW134
I.134
II.136
III.138
IV.139
THE PROBLEM OF THE SUMMER140
I.140
II.141
III.142
AESTHETIC NEW YORK FIFTY-ODD YEARS AGO143
I.143
II.145
FROM NEW YORK INTO NEW ENGLAND146
I.147
II.148
III.149
IV.150
V.151
THE ART OF THE ADSMITH153
I.154
II.154
III.156
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PLAGIARISM157
I.158
II.159
PURITANISM IN AMERICAN FICTION160
I.161
II.162
THE WHAT AND THE HOW IN ART163
I.164
II.165
III.166
POLITICS OF AMERICAN AUTHORS167
I.167
II.168
III.169
IV.170
STORAGE171
I.171
II.173
III.176
IV177
I.179
II.179
III.181
IV.184
V.185
VI.186
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 187
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL188
I. THE BOOKCASE AT HOME190
II.  GOLDSMITH194
III.  CERVANTES198
IV201
V. FIRST FICTION AND DRAMA203
VI.  LONGFELLOW’S “SPANISH STUDENT”205
VII.  SCOTT206
VIII.  LIGHTER FANCIES207
IX.  POPE208
X. VARIOUS PREFERENCES213
XI.  UNCLE TOM’S CABIN214
XII.  OSSIAN215
XIII.  SHAKESPEARE216
XIV.  IK MARVEL222
XV.  DICKENS224
XVI.  WORDSWORTH, LOWELL, CHAUCER230
XVII.  MACAULAY234
XVIII.  CRITICS AND REVIEWS236
XIX.  A NON-LITERARY EPISODE237
XX.  THACKERAY239
XXI.  “LAZARILLO DE TORMES”243
XXII.  CURTIS, LONGFELLOW, SCHLEGEL246
XXIII.  TENNYSON247
XXIV.  HEINE253
XXV.  DE QUINCEY, GOETHE, LONGFELLOW257
XXVI.  GEORGE ELIOT, HAWTHORNE, GOETHE, HEINE260
XXVII.  CHARLES READE263
XXVIII.  DANTE266
XXIX.  GOLDONI, MANZONI, D’AZEGLIO269
XXX.  “PASTOR FIDO,” “AMINTA,” “ROMOLA,” “YEAST,” “PAUL FERROLL”273
XXXI.  ERCKMANN-CHATRIAN, BJORSTJERNE BJORNSON275
XXXII.  TOURGUENIEF, AUERBACH277
XXXIII.  CERTAIN PREFERENCES AND EXPERIENCES279
XXXIV.  VALDES, GALDOS, VERGA, ZOLA, TROLLOPE, HARDY282
XXXV.  TOLSTOY285
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 289
I291
II292
III295
IV296
V.298
VI.299
VII.300
VIII.301
IX.301
X.303
XI.303
XII.305
XIII.307
XIV.310
XV.312
XVII.314
XVIII.317
XIX.321
XX.324
XXI.326
XXII.329
XXIII.331
XXIV.335
XXV.336
XXVI.339
XXVII.342
PG EDITOR’S BOOKMARKS: 344
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