Free eBook Eugene Field: A Study in Heredity and Contradictions - Volume I (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) download
by Slason Thompson
Author: Slason Thompson
Publisher: Dodo Press; Illustrated edition (April 25, 2008)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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With Portraits, Views and Fac Simile Illustrations. His peculiar notions as to the field of biography were once illustrated in one he furnished to a New York firm, which proposed a series of biographies of well known newspaper writers.
With Portraits, Views and Fac Simile Illustrations. VOLUME I. Published, December, 1901 Charles Scribner's Sons New York. By way of introduction. It was arranged that Field and William E. Curtis, the noted Washington correspondent, should write each the other's biography for the series. Mr. Curtis executed his sketch of Field in good faith; Field's sketch of Mr. Curtis was a marvel of waggish invention.
Contradictions, by Slason Thompson. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. Produced by The Online Distributed Proofreading Team. almost no restrictions whatsoever. With Portraits, Views and Fac-Simile Illustrations. Published, December, 1901. Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Not as Other memoirs are written would Eugene Field, were he alive, have this study of his life . Not as Other memoirs are written would Eugene Field, were he alive, have this study of his life. He would think more of making it reflect the odd personality of the man than rehearse the birth, development, daily life, and works of the author.