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On Nothing and Kindred Subjects

by Hilaire Belloc

On The Pleasure Of Taking Up One's Pen -- On Getting Respected In Inns And Hotels -- On Ignorance -- On Advertisement -- On A House -- On The Illness Of My Muse -- On A Dog And A Man Also -- On Tea -- On Them -- On Railways And Things -- On Conversations In Trains -- On The Return Of The Dead -- On The Approach Of An Awful Doom -- On A Rich Man Who Suffered -- On A Child Who Died -- On A Lost Manuscript -- On A Man Who Was Protected By Another Man -- On National Debts -- On Lords -- On Jingoes: In The Shape Of A Warning -- On A Winged Horse And The Exile Who Rode Him -- On A Man And His Burden -- On A Fisherman And The Quest Of Peace -- On A Hermit Whom I Knew -- On An Unknown Country -- On A FaŰry Castle -- On A Southern Harbour -- On A Young Man And An Older Man -- On The Departure Of A Guest -- On Death -- On Coming To An End

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