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Page 265 - Glasgow, for uninstructed readers. 37. Anthropology. By RR MARETT, Reader in Social Anthropology, Oxford. Seeks to plot out and sum up the general series of changes, bodily and mental, undergone by man in the course of history. "Excellent. So enthusiastic, so clear and witty, and so well adapted to the general reader.
Page 17 - The accompanying inscription sets forth that "this is the form of him whom one may not name, Osiris of the mysteries, who springs from the returning waters.
Page 270 - Souls of Black Folks," etc. A history of the black man in Africa, America or wherever else his presence has been or is important.
Page 58 - And then fall they to banquet and feast, to leape and daunce aboute it, as the Heathen people did at the dedication of their idolles, whereof this is a perfect patterne, or rather the thyng itself.
Page 58 - ... painted with variable colours, with two or three hundred men, women, and children, following it with great devotion.
Page 261 - Dawn of History" (No. 26) at about 1000 BC and reviews the history of Assyria, Babylon, Cilicia, Persia and Macedonia. 94. THE NAVY AND SEA POWER. By David Hannay, author of "Short History of the Royal Navy,
Page 19 - Thammuz came next behind, Whose annual wound in Lebanon allured The Syrian damsels to lament his fate In amorous ditties all a summer's day, While smooth Adonis from his native rock Ran purple to the sea, supposed with blood Of Thammuz yearly wounded...
Page 269 - Reveals to the nonfinancial mind the facts about investment, speculation, and the other terms which the title suggests. 6. IRISH NATIONALITY. By Mrs. JR Green. A brilliant account of the genius and mission of the Irish people. "An entrancing work, and I would advise everyone with a drop of Irish blood in his veins or a vein of Irish sympathy in his heart to read it.