Everyman's Library, Essays By Froude with hand painted roses. A beautiful gift! Copyright 1911 Book is slightly frayed and worn but does not affect the integrity of the binding or book, only adds to its beauty.
About: Froude had this merit, a merit he shared with Huxley alone of his contemporaries, that he imposed his convictions. He fought against resistance. He excited (and still excites) a violent animosity." H. Belloc Essays: 'Arnold's Poems,' 'Words About Oxford,' 'England's Forgotten Worthies,' 'The Book of Job,' 'The Lives of the Saints,' 'The Dissolution of the Monasteries,' 'The Philosophy of Christianity,' 'A Plea for the Free Discussion of Theological Difficulties,' 'Spinoza,' 'Reynard the Fox,' 'The Commonplace Book of Richard Hilles.'
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