A Treasury of the Familiar

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Ralph Louis Woods
Macmillan, 1948 - Literature - 751 pages
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User Review  - Neil Clark - Goodreads

IF I COULD ONLY HAVE ONE BOOK TO READ, THIS IS IT! I AM ON MY FORTH COPY OF IT AS THE OTHER THREE I LENT OUT WERE NEVER RETURHED. NEEDLESS TO SAY, I NO LONGER LEND IT TO ANYONE. THERE IS NO DATE YOU FINISH READING IT AS THOSE WHO LOVE READING WILL BE GOING BACK TO IT TIME AND TIME AGAIN! Read full review

Review: A Treasury of the Familiar

User Review  - James Kingman - Goodreads

This book should be as exhaustive and authoritative as Bartletts or Nortons. It is fascinating and enjoyable, though not extremely user friendly. There should be a copy in every home; it should be read to children and treated as a textbook in classes. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
79
Section 3
105
Section 4
121
Section 5
126
Section 6
137
Section 7
166
Section 8
177
Section 21
485
Section 22
493
Section 23
506
Section 24
554
Section 25
561
Section 26
564
Section 27
573
Section 28
589

Section 9
181
Section 10
205
Section 11
214
Section 12
252
Section 13
315
Section 14
346
Section 15
361
Section 16
369
Section 17
370
Section 18
385
Section 19
407
Section 20
425
Section 29
591
Section 30
592
Section 31
606
Section 32
612
Section 33
649
Section 34
677
Section 35
681
Section 36
711
Section 37
717
Section 38
727
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