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Philip Gilbert Hamerton

An Autobiography, 1834-1858, and a Memoir by His Wife, 1858-1894

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Published: 1896
Language: English
Wordcount: 212,358 / 607 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 62
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 262
mnybks.net#: 3186
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Biography
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CHAPTER IX.

1868.

Studies of animals.--A strange visitor.--Illness at Amiens.--Resignation of post on the "Saturday Review."--Nervous seizure in railway train.--Mrs. Craik.--Publication of "Etching and Etchers." --Tennyson.--Growing reputation in America.

CHAPTER X.

1869-1870.

"Wenderholme."--The Mont Beuvray.--Botanical studies.--La Tuilerie.--Commencement of "The Portfolio."--The Franco-Prussian War.

CHAPTER XI.

1870-1872.

Landscape-painting.--Letters of Mr. Peter Graham, R.A.--Incidents of the war-time.--"The Intellectual Life."--"The Etcher's Handbook."

CHAPTER XII.

1873-1875.

Popularity of "The Intellectual Life."--Love of animals.--English visitors.--Technical notes.--Sir S. Seymour Haden.--Attempts to resume railway travelling.

CHAPTER XIII.

1876-1877.

"Round my House

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