The Student’s Companion to Latin Authors, by George Middleton and Thomas R. Mills, With an Introductory Note by W.M. Ramsay
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The Story of My Heart. An Autobiography With- the Pageant of Summer
The autobiography of Richard Jefferies, together with essays on life in Rural England in the 19th. Century.
The Story of Lewis Carroll, Told for Young People by the Real Alice in Wonderland
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Being Correspondence Addressed by Robert Louis Stevenson to Sidney Colvin, November 1890-October 1894
The Puppet Show of Memory
It was into the famous and powerful Baring family of merchant bankers that Maurice Baring was born in 1874, the seventh of eight children. A man of immense subtlety and style, Baring absorbed every drop of culture that his fortunate background showered upon him; in combination with his many natural talents and prolific writing this assured him a place in literary history. In this classic autobiography, spanning a remarkable period of history, Maurice Baring shares the details of an inspirational childhood in nineteenth-century England and a varied adulthood all over the world, collecting new friends and remarkable experiences. It has been said that Baring?s greatest talent was for discovering the best in people, that he had a genius for friendship, and in this superb book his erudition and perception are abundantly clear.