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    Alton Locke, Tailor and Poet

    by Charles Kingsley

    Book Description

    1890. Contents: A Poet's Childhood; The Tailor's Workroom; Sandy Mackaye; Tailors and Soldiers; The Sceptic's Mother; The Dulwich Gallery; First Love; Light in a Dark Place; Poetry and Poets; How folks Turn Chartists; The Yard where the Gentlemen Live; Cambridge; The Lost Idol Found; A Cathedral Town; The Man of Science; Cultivated Women; Sermons in Stones; My Fall; Short and Sad; Pegasus in Harness; The Sweater's Den; An Emersonian Sermon; The Freedom of the Press; The Townsman's Sermon to the Gownsman; A True Nobleman; The Triumphant Author; The Plush Breeches Tragedy; The Men Who Are Eaten; The Trial; Prison Thoughts; The New Church; The Tower of Babel; A Patriot's Reward; The Tenth of April; The Lowest Deep; Dreamland; The True Demagogue; Miracles and Science; Nemesis; Priests and People; and Freedom, Equality, and Brotherhood. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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