Archiv der Kategorie: Frederic, Harold

The Young Emperor William II. of Germany

The Young Emperor William II. of Germany – Harold Frederic Two of the four stories contained are founded on incidents of the American Civil War; these are entitled „The deserter“ and „A day in the wilderness.“ The others are called … Weiterlesen

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The Deserter

The Deserter – Harold Frederic Two of the four stories contained are founded on incidents of the American Civil War; these are entitled „The deserter“ and „A day in the wilderness.“ The others are called „How Dickson came by his … Weiterlesen

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Mrs. Albert Grundy – Observations in Philistia

Mrs. Albert Grundy – Observations in Philistia – Harold Frederic “The Market-Place” throbs with the hum of life, and the wild, mad chorus of the market-place rises from its pages crescendo to a tremendous finale. To transfer the „city“ to … Weiterlesen

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The Market-Place

The Market-Place – Harold Frederic “The Market-Place” throbs with the hum of life, and the wild, mad chorus of the market-place rises from its pages crescendo to a tremendous finale. To transfer the „city“ to the printed page is a … Weiterlesen

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Gloria Mundi

Gloria Mundi – Harold Frederic A young man bred in refined poverty abroad, is suddenly called to England, and told he is the heir to a dukedom and much wealth. From this high pinnacle of expectation he perceives the possibilities … Weiterlesen

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March Hares

March Hares – Harold Frederic With “March Hares” Mr. Frederic has written an original, witty, and delightful story. Mr. David Mosscrop is a young and erudite Scot, given to an indulgence in too much drink. One morning, in a melancholy … Weiterlesen

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Marsena (and other stories of wartime)

Marsena (and other stories of wartime) – Harold Frederic a Methodist minister, self-educated, untutored in the ways of the world, and intensely earnest. He is brought into intimate association with a woman who is in every way his spiritual and … Weiterlesen

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The Damnation of Theron Ware

The Damnation of Theron Ware – Harold Frederic The central figure in Harold Frederic’s novel is a Methodist minister, self-educated, untutored in the ways of the world, and intensely earnest. He is brought into intimate association with a woman who … Weiterlesen

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The Copperhead

The Copperhead – Harold Frederic “The Copperhead” is a farmer in northern New York who sympathizes with the South in the anti-slavery struggle, and who in consequence is boycotted by his neighbors. He is driven from church, not allowed to … Weiterlesen

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The Lawton Girl

The Lawton Girl – Harold Frederic In „The Lawton Girl“ Mr. Harold Frederic has given us another highly realistic and instructive study of life in a modern American manufacturing town. The perils that beset the path of those who have … Weiterlesen

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