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Morley, John


Critical Miscellanies (in 3 volumes)




Macmillan and Co.










2nd edition






This 3 volume set contains a set of essays on the following literary and non-literary luminaries of the past: Robespierre, Thomas Carlyle, Byron, Macaulay, Emerson, Voltaire's friend Vauvenargues, Turgot, Condorcet, Joseph De Maistre, as well as essays on "Popular Culture, "The Death of Mr. Mill," "Mr. Mill's Autobiography," "The Life of George Elliot," "On Pattison's Memoires," "Harriet Martineau," "W. R. Greg: A Sketch," "France in the Eighteenth Century," "The Expansion of England," and an essay on "Auguste Compte." About these essays the author writes as follows:

"NEARLY the whole of the contents of the present volumes have already appeared in the pages of the 'Fortnightly Review.' The Essays have all been submitted to revision, and some of them have been enlarged."

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