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IT was unlikely that I should remember, even when in Boston, Massachusetts for the first time, that there was a pond called Walden, presumably near, and good for rod and line. Walden is a familiar name, but it suggests only some rare ideasideas so rare, you may retort, that they could not embody...
THE choice of the Book Society has twice within three months lighted upon novels by Scotsmen. This is a very gratifying fact, but I keep wondering how the statisticians of the Scottish Renaissance propose to reconcile the vast difference between these two works and to justify their inclusion...
DAILY journalism is a risky business. You need not be in Fleet Street to know that and within the past few years it has become apparent that the risks are growing greater. A melancholy madness has seized upon our newspapers they propose and dispose with a frenetic zeal their words and gestures...
MISS Clara Grant's Reminiscences privately published under the title of Farthing Bundles will be of equal interest to educationalists and social workers. For more than thirty years she has been a teacher in slum districts of London and Fern Street Settlement, which she founded in 1907, and still...
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