Why we should read-- by S. P. B. Mais

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Author Mais, S. P. B. (Stuart Petre Brodie), 1885-1975
LoC No. 21020223
Title Why we should read--
Contents pt. I. Some English classics: Tom Jones. Wuthering Heights. Charles Lamb. James Boswell. William Hazlitt. Samuel Pepys. Walter Savage Landor. John Donne. Such a book as The beggar's opera -- pt. II. Some contemporaries: George Santayana. The poems of Francis Brett-Young. The poems of Iris Tree. The poems of Aldous Huxley. The poems of Robert Graves. J. D. Beresford. Night and day. E. C. Booth. Ford Madox Hueffer. The ballad of the white horse. E. M. Forster. Sheila Kaye-Smith -- pt. III. Books on the English language: A history of modern colloquial English. The romance of words. The romance of names. The English language -- pt. IV. Certain foreigners: Montaigne. Nekrassov. Pushkin. Lèrmontov. Gogol. Turgenev. Goncharov. Dostoievsky. Tolstoy. Tchekov.
Language English
LoC Class PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections
Subject English literature -- History and criticism
Subject Books and reading -- Great Britain
Subject Russian literature -- History and criticism
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EBook-No. 41285
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