Prejudices, third series by H. L. Mencken

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Author Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956
Title Prejudices, third series
Contents On being an American -- Huneker: a memory -- Footnote on criticism -- Das Kapital -- Ad Imaginem Dei Creavit Illum: The life of man. The anthropomorphic delusion. Meditation on meditation. Man and his soul. Coda -- Star-spangled men -- The poet and his art -- Five men at random: Abraham Lincoln. Paul Elmer More. Madison Cawein. Frank Harris. Havelock Ellis -- The nature of liberty -- The novel -- The forward-looker -- Memorial service -- Education -- Types of men: The romantic. The skeptic. The believer. The worker. The physician. The scientist. The business man. The king. The average man. The truth-seeker. The pacifist. The relative. The friend -- The dismal science -- Matters of state: Le Contrat Social. On minorities -- Reflections on the drama -- Advice to young men: To him that hath. The venerable examined. Duty. Martyrs. The disabled veteran. Patriotism -- Suite Américaine: Aspiration. Virtue. Eminence.
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Literature -- History and criticism
Subject American literature -- History and criticism
Subject American essays -- 20th century
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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