Great Books As Life-Te...
Newell Dwight Hillis
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Great Books As Life-Teachers: Studies of Character Real and Ideal (George Eliot, Hawthorne, John Ruskkin, Tennyson)

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1898. Hillis writes in the foreword that he approaches these volumes from the viewpoint of a pastor, interested in literature as a help in the religious life, and seeking to find in these writings bread for those who are hungry, light for those who are in darkness, and life for those who walk in the shadow of death. Leaving to others the problems of literary criticism, the...more
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Published June 28th 1973 by Folcroft Library Editions (first published 1898)
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The Investment of Influence All the Year Round: An Outlook Upon Its Great Days A Man's Value to Society Studies in Self Culture and Character Great Men as Prophets of a New Era The Importance of Time, Exercise, Amusements, Music, Travel, and Outside Interests

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