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Miscellaneous Studies

A Series of Essays

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Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 60,441 / 184 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 54.9
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 537
mnybks.net#: 5506
Genre: Essays
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D'Amiens: 109-125

Vézelay: 126-141

Apollo in Picardy: 142-171

The Child in the House: 172-196

Emerald Uthwart: 197-246

Diaphaneité: 247-254


CHARLES L. SHADWELL'S PREFACE

[1] The volume of Greek Studies, issued early in the present year, dealt with Mr. Pater's contributions to the study of Greek art, mythology, and poetry. The present volume has no such unifying principle. Some of the papers would naturally find their place alongside of those collected in Imaginary Portraits, or in Appreciations, or in the Studies in the Renaissance. And there is no doubt, in the case of several of them, that Mr. Pater, if he had lived, would have subjected them to careful revision before allowing them to reappear in a permanent form. The task, which he left unexecuted, cannot now be taken up by any other hand. But it is hoped that students of his writings will be glad to possess, in a collected shape, what has hitherto only been accessible in the scattered vo

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