Free opinions freely expressed on certain phases of modern social life and conduct / by Marie Corelli Corelli, Marie, 1855-1924

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Author
Corelli, Marie, 1855-1924
Subjects
English essays.; Great Britain - Social life and customs - 19th century.
Contents
  • A vital point of education.
  • The responsibility of the press.
  • "Pagan London."
  • A question of faith.
  • Unchristian clerics.
  • The social blight.
  • The death of hospitality.
  • The vulgarity of wealth.
  • American women in England.
  • The American bounder.
  • Coward Adam.
  • Accurs©±d Eve.
  • "Imaginary" love.
  • The advance of woman.
  • The palm of beauty.
  • The madness of clothes.
  • The decay of home life in England.
  • Society and Sunday.
  • The "strong" book of the Ishbosheth.
  • The making of little poets.
  • The prayer of the small country M.P.
  • The thanksgiving of the small country M.P.'s wife.
  • The vanishing gift.
  • The power of the pen.
  • The glory of work.
  • The happy life.
  • The soul of the Nation.
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Work ID
2912033

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