An Essay On The Evils Of Popular Ignorance

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Literary Collections - 196 pages
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Even that portion of beneficial effect which actually has resulted from this co-operation of new forces, has served to make a more obvious exposure of the unhappiness and offensiveness of what is still the condition of the far greater part of our population; as a dreary waste is made, to give a more sensible impression how dreary it is, by the little inroads of cultivation and beauty in its hollows, and the faint advances of an unwonted green upon its borders. The degradation of the main body of the lower classes is exposed by a comparison with the small reclaimed portion within those classes themselves.

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JOHN FOSTER has been writing poetry for over 20 years. His titles include "Excuses, Excuses (Oxford University Press) and "Crack Another Yolk (Oxford University Press). John lives in Oxfordshire, England.

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