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The author of Sandford and Merton
George Warren Gignilliat
Bibliography: p. -356
|Statement||by George Warren Gignilliat, jr|
|Series||Columbia university studies in English and comparative literature|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||32010869|
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He began it as a contribution to Richard Lovell and Honora Edgeworth’s Harry and Lucy, a collection of short stories for children that Maria Author: Thomas Day. Originally published in three volumes, inandThe History of Sandford and Merton was a wildly popular English children's novel throughout the /5.
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George Warren Gignilliat. Sandford and Merton, by Thomas Day. The history of Sandford and Merton has afforded entertainment and instruction to many generations of boys since its first publication about Portraying the social ideas of the English of more than a hundred years ago, it can hardly be regarded, in the present day, as exerting a wholesome influence,—in.
Sandford and Merton offers entertaining and practical lessons in manners, masculinity, and class politics. This Broadview Edition includes. The history of Sandford and Merton - corrected and revised by Cecil Hartley - a new edition with illustrations Hartley Cecil Day Thomas Published by Goerge routledge and sons ().
8 rows Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. John Sandford has become a bestselling author many times over and for good reason, his books are a joy to his readers and bring the same high quality writing one would expect from a John Sandford book every time.
John Sandford – Books and Characters. John Sandford’s first major hit, Rules of Prey, released inhas since spawned over Author: Thomas Day Published: Publisher: J. Stockdale Summary: a collection of loosely connected stories which follows the growth of Tommy Merton (a pampered aristocrat) from a spoiled boy into a virtuous man, thanks largely to the influence of the honest Henry Sandford (a poor farmer's son).
Although other stories and lessons are contained in the book, it has always been famous for. This most famous children's book by Thomas Day is a collection of moralistic stories inspired by the philosophy of Jean Jacques Rousseau.
Its main characters are Tommy Merton, the spoiled son of a wealthy merchant, and Harry Sandford, an honest and industrious peasant boy. Robert K. Merton has 32 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert K. Merton’s most popular book is Social Theory and Social Structure.
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The History of Sandford and Merton. Philadelphia. Willis P. Hazard. No date. 6 black and white engraved plates, pages, 7 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches, embossed pictorial blue cloth-covered boards (hardbound). Cover extremities rubbed exposing boards, cloth moderately soiled and rubbed, head and tail of spine slightly frayed with some short tears, hinges cracked; pencil inscription to front.
The book was wildly successful and was reprinted until the end of the nineteenth century. Thomas Day ( - ) was a British author and abolitionist. He was well known for the children's book The History of Sandford and Merton ( - ) which emphasised Rousseauvian educational ideals.
The History of Sandford and Merton - Ebook written by Thomas Day, Cecil Hartley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading. Thomas Day (22 June 28 September ) was a British author and abolitionist.
He was well-known for the children's book The History of Sandford and Merton () which emphasized Rousseauvian educational ideals, which was a bestseller for over a hundred years.
The History of Sandford and Merton () was a bestselling children's book written by Thomas Day. He began it as a contribution to Richard Lovell and Honora Edgeworth's Harry and Lucy, a collection of short stories for children that Maria Edgeworth continued some years after Honora died.
The History of Sanford and Merton: A Book for the Young. by Day, Thomas Cover and binding are worn but intact. A reading copy in fair condition.
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The history of Sandford and MertonG. Routledge and sons - Corr. and rev. by Cecil Hartley. The History of Sandford and Merton was one of the earliest children s books written about and for young people.
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Publisher's green cloth over boards, blocked in black, gold and blind. Paper onlay title Sandford and Merton on upper board Gift of Mrs.
Endre Bohem Inscribed "James L Hill, Albert College, Belleville, April 26th " on flyleafPages: Order of John Sandford Books John Sandford is an American novelist who is best known for his excellent Prey series, along with the popular Kidd and Virgil Flowers series.
In addition to these book series, he has written a couple of standalone novels as well. Good Mr. Day; THE EXEMPLARY MR. DAY, Author of "Sandford and Merton." A Philosopher in Search of the Life of Virtue and of a Paragon.
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Hope you enjoy it. ESTC T Sandford and Merton was first published This is the seventh edition, in the same three decker format; it continued to pass through innumerable editions into the 20th century.
Leslie Stephen called it 'still among the best children's books in the language'. In more recent times, Percy Muir styled it 'a feast of nausea', but Harvey Darton emphasised that 'it is a great work. A memoir of the life and writings of Thomas Day: author of "Sandford and Merton". So, also, was Sandford and Merton, 19 in which the eccentric personality of Thomas Day found a restrained expression.
It is a work now in manner and form quite obsolete, and its lack of humour, often parodied, will probably prevent its ever being seriously considered again by appraisers of children’s books.
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Cash On Delivery Available!The story follows the reformation of Tommy Merton who is transformed from a spoilt six year old boy into a virtuous gentleman.