Kindergarten Gems by Agnes Taylor Ketchum, Ida M. Jorgensen

By Agnes Taylor Ketchum, Ida M. Jorgensen

An entire choice of tales and rhymes for the youngest listeners. as well as the standard fairy stories, folks stories, and fables, there are various tales approximately animals, stories of daily doings, and tales of the seasons. the fabric is very easily prepared in teams, with numerous tales and rhymes for every vacation and season all year long. a number of black and white illustrations supplement the textual content. compatible for a while four and up.

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Charles Auchester by Elizabeth Sheppard

By Elizabeth Sheppard

Excerpt from Charles Auchester, Vol. 1 of 2

I understand how many notions grown individuals entertain in their adolescence as genuine, that are factitious, and based upon elder adventure, till they turn into confounded with it yet I additionally think that during nice half we overlook our earliest impressions, as imprecise, that have been the truest and most sensible we ever had. i feel none can bear in mind their baby ish estimate or essence with out making a choice on inside of their current intimate selves. In my very own case the analogy is ideal among my conceptions then and my confident life now. So each one needs to think who's in any respect familiar with the liabilities of these who stick to art.

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On sympathy by Sophie Ratcliffe

By Sophie Ratcliffe

What occurs after we have interaction with fictional characters? How do our innovative engagements undergo on our activities within the wider international? relocating among the literary and the philosophical, Sophie Ratcliffe onsiders the ways that readers believe once they learn, and the way they comprehend rules of feeling. On Sympathy makes use of dramatic monologues in line with The Tempest as its concentration, and broaches questions about fictional trust, morality, and the dynamics among readers, writers, and fictional characters. The booklet demanding situations conventionally accredited rules of literary id and sympathy, and asks why the belief of sympathy has been obvious as so vital to liberal humanist theories of literary worth. person chapters on Robert Browning, W. H. Auden, and Samuel Beckett, who all drew on Shakespeare's overdue play, provide new readings of a few significant works, whereas the book's epilogue tackles questions of up to date sympathy. starting from the 19th century to the current day, this significant new learn units out to explain and problem present assumptions approximately examining and sympathetic trust, laying off new mild at the thought and perfect of sympathy, the workings of have an effect on and allusion, and the ethics of examining.

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