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Great Books as Life-Teachers

Title

Great Books as Life-Teachers
Studies of character, real and ideal, by Newell Dwight Hillis ...

Creator

Hillis, Newell Dwight

Description

The new times, and the poets and essayists as prophets of a new era.
John Ruskin's "Seven lamps of architecture" as interpreters of the seven laws of life ...
George Eliot's Tito, in "Romola" ...
Hawthorne's "Scarlet letter" and the retributive workings of conscience ...
Victor Hogo's "Les miserables."
Tennyson's "Idylls of the king."
The tragedy of the ten-talent men; a study of Browning's "Saul."
The memoirs of Henry Drummond, and the dawn of an era of friendship between science and religion.
The opportunities of leisure an wealth; an outlook upon the life of Lord Shaftesbury.
The biography of Frances Willard, an the heroes of social reform.
Blaikie's life of David Livingstone; a study of nineteenth-century heroism.
The Christian scholar in politics; a study of the life of William Ewart Gladstone.

Source

UW-Milwaukee Libraries

Publisher

Chicago, New York [etc.] Fleming H. Revell Company

Date

1899

Rights

It is the responsibility of the researcher to seek permission from the copyright holder to reproduce for publication.

Format

6, [4], 15-339 p.
19 cm.

Language

English

Identifier

PN511 H5

Files

haw1899aL.jpg

Citation

Hillis, Newell Dwight , “Great Books as Life-Teachers,” Digital Exhibits - UWM Libraries Special Collections, accessed December 15, 2017, http://liblamp.uwm.edu/omeka/SPC2/items/show/176.