Nineteenth Century Questions by James Freeman Clarke

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Author Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888
LoC No. 21019356
Title Nineteenth Century Questions
Alternate Title 19th Century Questions
Contents Literary studies: Lyric and dramatic elements in literature and art. Dualism in national life. Did Shakespeare write Bacon's works? The evolution of a great poem: Gray's elegy -- Religious and philosophical: Affinities of Buddhism and Christianity. Why I am not a free-religionist. Have animals souls? Apropos of Tyndall. Law and design in nature -- Historical and biographical: The two Carlyles, or Carlyle past and present. Buckle and his theory of averages. Voltaire. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Harriet Martineau. The rise and fall of the slave power in America.
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Literature -- History and criticism
Subject Civilization, Modern -- 19th century
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