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The Glory Of English Prose
by Coleridge, Stephen


Letters to my Grandson

G.P. Putnam's Sons
New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press 1922

1922
Made in the United States of America

Preface
1. On Good And Bad Style In Prose
2. On The Glory Of The Bible
3. Sir Walter Raleigh
4. Act Of Parliament, 1532
5. The Judicious Hooker And Shakespeare
6. Lord Chief Justice Crewe
7. Sir Thomas Browne And Milton
8. Jeremy Taylor
9. Evelyn's Diary
10. John Bunyan
11. Dr. Johnson
12. Edmund Burke
13. Gibbon
14. Henry Grattan And Macaulay
15. Lord Erskine
16. Robert Hall
17. Lord Plunket
18. Robert Southey
19. Walter Savage Landor
20. Lord Brougham
21. Sir William Napier
22. Richard Sheil
23. Thomas Carlyle
24. Henry Nelson Coleridge
25. Cardinal Newman
26. Lord Macaulay Again
27. President Lincoln
28. John Ruskin
29. James Anthony Froude
30. Matthew Arnold
31. Sir William Butler
32. Lord Morley
33. Hilaire Belloc
34. King George The Fifth
35. Conclusion
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