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Author: Hamilton Wright MabiePublisher: Dodd, MeadYear published: 1901Book contributor: Harvard UniversityLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Author: Hamilton Wright Mabie , Henry Van Dyke , Francis Hovey Stoddard, Nicholas Murray Butler, Charles Alphonso Smith, Lyman Abbott, Charles Francis Richardson, Edward Everett HalePublisher: The University society inc.­Year published: 1907Book contributor: University of MichiganLanguage: English0 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Author: Hamilton Wright Mabie Publisher: Dodd, Mead Year published: 1902 Book contributor: University of Michigan Language: English 1 downloads in the last month Download Ebook: ( PDF ) ( EPUB )

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Author: Hamilton Wright MabieYear published: 1893Book contributor: unknown libraryLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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* Illustrated * Author Biography * Interactive Table of Contents * Free Audiobook Download Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know [ Illustrated ][ Free Audiobooks Download ] The fairy tale is a poetic recording of the facts of life, an interpretation by the imagination of its hard conditions, an effort to reconcile the spirit which loves freedom and goodness and beauty with its harsh, bare and disappointing conditions. It is, in its earliest form, a spontaneous and instinctive endeavor to shape the facts of the world to meet the needs of the imagination, the cravings of the heart. It involves a free, poetic dealing with realities in accordance with the law of mental growth; it is the naïve activity of the young imagination of the race, untrammelled by the necessity of rigid adherence to the fact.

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Author: Ernest Hamlin Abbott, Lyman Abbott, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Francis Rufus BellamyPublisher: Outlook Co., 1907Book contributor: Harvard UniversityLanguage: English2 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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If there had been no real heroes there would have been created imaginary ones, for men cannot live without them. The hero is just as necessary as the farmer, the sailor, the carpenter and the doctor; society could not get on without him. There have been a great many different kinds of heroes, for in every age and among every people the hero has stood for the qualities that were most admired and sought after by the bravest and best; and all ages and peoples have imagined or produced heroes as inevitably as they have made ploughs for turning the soil or ships for getting through the water or weapons with which to fight their enemies. To be some kind of a hero has been the ambition of spirited boys from the beginning of history; and if you want to know what the men and women of a country care for most, you must study their heroes. To the boy the hero stands for the highest success: to the grown man and woman he stands for the deepest and richest life.

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Book Jungle provides classic literature in a modern format. Thousands of historical titles are now readily available to the public. Because of the original condition of many of these historical manuscripts, imperfections are possible. The value of these manuscripts lies in their historical significance and vivid accounts of the world from thousands of authors and storytellers. Book Jungle is proud to bring these rare volumes back into public use and to make them available to everyone.

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If there had been no real heroes there would have been created imaginary ones, for men cannot live without them. The hero is just as necessary as the farmer, the sailor, the carpenter and the doctor; society could not get on without him. There have been a great many different kinds of heroes, for in every age and among every people the hero has stood for the qualities that were most admired and sought after by the bravest and best; and all ages and peoples have imagined or produced heroes as inevitably as they have made ploughs for turning the soil or ships for getting through the water or weapons with which to fight their enemies. To be some kind of a hero has been the ambition of spirited boys from the beginning of history; and if you want to know what the men and women of a country care for most, you must study their heroes. To the boy the hero stands for the highest success: to the grown man and woman he stands for the deepest and richest life.

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Author: HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIEYear published: 1914Book contributor: unknown libraryLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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From Cinderella to Aladdin, this great collection of stories contains many of the classics we all know and love. Specially formatted for today's e-­readers by Andrews UK, there is something for everyone in this wonderful eBook.

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Author: Hamilton Wright MabiePublisher: The Macmillan co.­Year published: 1913Book contributor: University of MichiganLanguage: English3 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Hamilton Wright Mabie, A.­M., L.­H.­D., LL.­D. (1846-­1916) was an American essayist, editor, critic, and lecturer. At the young age of 16 he passed his college entrance examination, but waited a year before he attended Williams College (1867) and the Columbia Law School (1869). He received honorary degrees from his own alma mater, from Union College, and from Western Reserve and Washington and Lee universities. Although he passed his bar exams in 1869 he hated both the study and practice of law.

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"FAIRIES EVERY CHILD SHOULD KNOW"

The fairy tale is a poetic recording of the facts of life, an interpretation by the imagination of its hard conditions, an effort to reconcile the spirit which loves freedom and goodness and beauty with its harsh, bare and disappointing conditions. It is, in its earliest form, a spontaneous and instinctive endeavor to shape the facts of the world to meet the needs of the imagination, the cravings of the heart. It involves a free, poetic dealing with realities in accordance with the law of mental growth; it is the naïve activity of the young imagination of the race, untrammelled by the necessity of rigid adherence to the fact.

The myths record the earliest attempt at an explanation of the world and its life; the fairy tale records the free and joyful play of the imagination, opening doors through hard conditions to the spirit, which craves power, freedom, happiness; righting wrongs and redressing injuries; defeating base designs; rewarding . . .

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The SamEnrico EBook of Legends That Every Child Should Know
by Hamilton Wright Mabie #3 in our series by Hamilton Wright Mabie
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Author: Hamilton Wright MabiePublisher: International publishing coYear published: 1894Book contributor: Harvard UniversityLanguage: English8 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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