English Lands Letters and Kings from Elizabeth to Anne
Kessinger Publishing, 2010 - 360 pages
1890. A litterateur of New Haven, who is best known by his earlier and still popular works, Dream Life and Reveries of a Bachelor, books of a pleasantly sentimental cast. Towards the end of his long life, Mitchell wrote English Lands, Letters, and Kings, which contains many shrewd observations concerning his contemporaries, as well as pungent estimates, often mingled with humour, of the writings and character of earlier authors, but is generally not considered as original contributions to critical literature.
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