Worldly Ways & Byways by Eliot Gregory

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Author Gregory, Eliot, 1854-1915
Title Worldly Ways & Byways
Alternate Title Worldly Ways and Byways
Contents Charm -- The moth and the star -- Contrasted travelling -- The outer and the inner woman -- On some gilded misalliances -- The complacency of mediocrity -- The discontent of talent -- Slouch -- Social suggestion -- Bohemia -- Social exiles -- "Seven Ages" of furniture -- Our elite and public life -- The small summer hotel -- A false start -- A holy land -- Royalty at play -- A rock ahead -- The Grand Prix -- "The treadmill" -- "Like master like man" -- An English invasion of the Riviera -- A common weakness -- Changing Paris -- Contentment -- The climber -- The last of the dandies -- A nation on the wing -- Husks -- The Faubourg St. Germain -- Men's manners -- An ideal hostess -- The introducer -- A question and an answer -- Living on Your friends -- American society in Italy -- The Newport of the past -- A conquest of Europe -- A race of slaves -- Introspection.
Credits Transcribed from the 1899 Charles Scribner's Sons edition by David Price
Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject American essays -- 19th century
Category Text
EBook-No. 379
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Apr 5, 2007
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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