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Little Journeys to the Home of the Great, Vol. 1

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Preface; Autobiographical; Goerge Eliot; Thomas Carlyle; John Ruskin; William E. Gladstone; J.M.W. Turner; Jonathan Swift; Walt Whitman; Victor Hugo; William Wordsworth; William M. Thackeray; Charles Dickens; Oliver Goldsmith; William Shakespeare; Thomas A. Edison.
Published 1928
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Just learned about this series of 14 volumes. For a list of all the "great lives" included, here's a link:
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Elbert Green Hubbard was an American writer, publisher, artist, and philosopher. He was an influential exponent of the Arts and Crafts movement and is, perhaps, most famous for his essay A Message to Garcia.

Also known as Fra Elbert Green, for the magazine he edited, Fra.

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A Message to Garcia A Message to Garcia: And Other Classic Success Writings Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use Love, Life and Work The Note Book of Elbert Hubbard

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