Helen Ekin Starrett, journalist, mother of two daughters, grandmother of seven granddaughters and teacher to many young girls at the Starrett School for Girls offers lessons in life and religion to girls about to "pass out from the guardianship of home into life with its duties and trials".
LETTERS TO A DAUGHTER
A LITTLE SERMON TO SCHOOL GIRLS.
HELEN EKIN STARRETT,
Author of "The Future of Educated Women," etc.
JANSEN, McCLURG, & COMPANY.
BY JANSEN, MCCLURG, & CO.
LETTER I. BEHAV...
BUCHANAN'S JOURNAL OF MAN.
VOL. I. SEPTEMBER, 1887. NO. 8.
CONTENTS OF JOURNAL OF MAN.
Concord Symposium Rectification of Cerebral Science Human Longevity MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE An important Discovery; Jennie Collins; Greek Philosophy; Symposiums; Literature of the Past; The Concord School; New Books; Solar Biology; Dr. Franz Hartmann; Progress of Chemistry; Astronomy; Geology Illustrated; A Mathematical Prodigy; Astrology in England; Primogeniture ...
BY LARRY M. HARRIS
Illustrated by Summers
[Transcriber's Note: This etext was produced from Astounding Science
Fiction May 1959. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that
the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.]
She was a young, enthusiastic worker for the Welfare Department.
She liked helping people ... only she really but good helped them!
The office wasn't very bright or sunny, but that didn't matter. In the
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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF REVOLUTION
GUSTAVE LE BON
INTRODUCTION. THE REVISION OF HISTORY
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ELEMENTS OF REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENTS
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF REVOLUTIONS
CHAPTER I. SCIENTIFIC AND POLITICAL REVOLUTIONS
1. Classification of Revolutions
2. Scientific Revolutions
THE YELLOW WALLPAPER
By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
It is very seldom that mere ordinary people like John and myself secure ancestral halls for the summer.
A colonial mansion, a hereditary estate, I would say a haunted house, and reach the height of romantic felicity but that would be asking too much of fate!
Still I will proudly declare that there is something queer about it.
Else, why should it be let so cheaply? And why have stood so long untenanted?
John laughs at me, of course, but one expects that in marriage.
John is practical in the extreme. He ha...
The book describes the love triangle between a young woman, Elfride Swancourt, and her two suitors from very different backgrounds. Stephen Smith is a socially inferior but ambitious young man who adores her and with whom she shares a country background. Henry Knight is the respectable, established, older man who represents London society.
A PAIR OF BLUE EYES
by Thomas Hardy
'A violet in the youth of primy nature,
Forward, not permanent, sweet not lasting,
The perfume and suppliance of a minute;
A DOMINIE IN DOUBT
A. S. NEILL, M.A.
BY THE SAME AUTHOR
A DOMINIE'S LOG
A DOMINIE DISMISSED
THE BOOMING OF BUNKIE
HERBERT JENKINS LIMITED
3 YORK STREET ST. JAMES'S
To Homer Lane, whose first lecture convinced me that I knew nothing
about education. I owe much to him, but I hasten to warn educationists
that they must not hold him responsible for the views given in these
pages. I never understood him fully enough to expound his wonderful
A. S. N.
This etext was produced from Analog Science Fact & Fiction June 1963.
Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S.
copyright on this publication was renewed.
It gets difficult to handle the
problem of a man who has a real talent
that you need badly and he cannot
use it if he knows it's honest!
by JAMES H. SCHMITZ
An Outline of Occult Science
Rudolf Steiner, Ph.D.
Authorized Translation from the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Fourth Edition. Author's Remarks To First Edition Chapter I. The Character of Occult Science Chapter II. The Nature of Man Chapter III. Sleep and Death Chap...
Clarence Darrow was an American lawyer. He remains notable for his wit and agnosticism, which marked him as one of the most famous American lawyers and civil libertarians.
In this book, Darrow expands on his lifelong contention that psychological, physical, and environmental influences—not a conscious choice between right and wrong—control human behavior. To my ears (the reader's), the author has a rather simplistic behaviourist view of human behaviour, but he argues his position with wonderful clarity. Darrow is coherently critical of conspiracy laws, of the creation of laws by the...