John Greenleaf Whittier: English Men of Letters (1902)
ENGLISH MEN OF LETTERS -- 1902 -- CONTENTS CHAPTER I PAGE CHILDHOOD . . . . 1 CHAPTER I1 SCHOOL DAYS AND EARLY VENTUKES ., . 2 1 CHAPTER I11 WHITTIER THE POLITICIAN . . . . 40 CHAPTER IV ENLISTBIENT FOR LIFE . . . . 48 CHAPTER V THE SCHOOL OF MOBS . .
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