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(1894)



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These Essays appeared originally in The Westminster Gazette, and have only been so far modified here as is necessary for purposes of volume publication. They aim at being suggestive rather than exhaustive: I shall be satisfied if I have provoked thought without following out each train to a logical conclusion. Most of the Essays are just what they pretend to be -- crystallisations into writing of ideas suggested in familiar conversation.--G. A., Hind Head, March 1894.


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