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Experiments in Educational Psychology

By: Starch, Daniel, 1883

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The New America, A Study in Immigration;

By: Barnes, Mary Clark; Council of Women for Home Missions

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At the head of title: Issued under the direction of the Council of women for home missions.

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Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750 : Wi...

By: Myers, Albert Cook, 1874-1960

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German Culture : The Contribution of the Germans to Knowledge, Lit...

By: Paterson, W. P. (William Paterson), 1860-1939, Editor

I. Germany and Prussia, by Richard Lodge.--II. German philosophy, by A.D. Lindsay.--III. What science owes to German investigators, by J. Arthur Thomson.--IV. German literature, by John Lees.--v. German art, by G. Baldwin Brown.--VI. German music, by D.F. Tovey.--VII. The strength and weakness of German education, by Michael E. Sadler.--VIII. Political and economic aspects of German nationalism, by D.H. MacGergor.--IX. German religion and theology, by W.P. Paterson

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Kinks, A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters

By: Katz, Harry N., Ed

An evening in a German cabaret.--The u?berbrettl movement.--On collecting and on minstrelsy.--The pioneers of Germany's new nationalism.--Detlev von Liliencron.--Otto Erich Hartleben.--Otto Julius Bierbaum.--A few formalists.--Richard Dehmel.--Mere entertainment.--Ernst von Wolzogen.--Drama and Frank Wedekind.--Ludwig Thoma's Moral.--Vienna's essence, Schnitzler.--Hugo von Hoffmansthal.--Bahr and finis

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Recent Developments in European Thought; Essays Arranged and Ed

By: Marvin, Francis Sydney, 1863-1943

Subject: Civilization -- History; Religions; Social history

I. General survey, by F. S. Marvin.--II. Philosophy, by A. E. Taylor.--III. Religion, by F. B. Jevons.--IV. Poetry, by C. H. Herford.-- V. History, by G. P. Gooch.--VI. Political theory, by A. D. Lindsay.--VII. Economic development: 1. The industrial scene, 1842. 2. Mining operations. 3. The spirit of association. By C. R. Fay--VIII. Atomic theories, by W. H. Bragg.--IX. Biology since Darwin, by Leonard Doncaster.--X. Art, by A. Clutton Brock.--XI. A generation of music,...

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A History of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet : With...

By: Society of Writers To H. M. Signet, Great Britain

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Classification. Literature, Subclasses Pn, Pr, Ps, Pz. Pn : Genera...

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Lectures on Modern History

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The Theory of the State

By: Johann Kaspar Bluntschli

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Selections from American Poetry

By: Margeret Sprague Carhart

Poetry

Excerpt: If we define poetry as the heart of man expressed in beautiful language, we shall not say that we have no national poetry. True, America has produced no Shakespeare and no Milton, but we have an inheritance in all English literature; and many poets in America have followed in the footsteps of their literary British forefathers. Puritan life was severe. It was warfare, and manual labor of a most exhausting type, and loneliness, and devotion to a strict sense of d...

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By: Knight, William Angus, 1836-1916
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Excerpt: PREFACE TO VOLUME I. WHILE I am alone responsible for the judgments which are expressed in this volume, it would have been impossible for me to prepare it without the work which my brother has already completed on the political literature of the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries. I must express my indebtedness first of all to my friend the Rev. J.M. Schulhof, M.A., of Clare College, Cambridge, and Exeter College, Oxford, who has read through the whole ...

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The Mechanism of the Modern State : A Treatise on the Science and ...

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Excerpt: The primary purpose of this book is to set forth the actual working of the English Constitution. Its method is mainly analytical; but no one can apprehend the genius of an historical Constitution from mere analysis. I have, therefore, traced the historical evolution of the principal organs of the Body Politic, both as they function in England and in the British Dominions. With constitutional history and political analysis there mingles also a certain amount of p...

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The Works of John Ruskin

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1. Early prose writing, 1834 to 1843.--2. Poems.--3-7. Modern painters.--8. The seven lamps of architecture.--9-11. The stones of Venice.--12. Lectures on architecture and painting (Edinburgh, 1853) with other papers, 1844-1854.--13. Turner. The harbours of England. Catalogues and notes.--14. Academy notes. Notes on Prout and Hunt; and other art criticisms. 1855-1888.--15. The elements of drawing. The elements of perspective. The laws of Fe?sole.--16. A joy forever. The ...

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