I have said that no subject is special to the essay and none alien to it, that it should set out to prove nothing but may illuminate anything. This is a wide admission, and we may well pause if, to test it, we take Lamba#39;s Essays of Elia in the right hand and Macaulaya#39;s Essays in the left, ... on the other is the intellectual genius, the honored administrator, contributing brilliant fanfares to the Edinburgh Review, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays for Our Day|
|Author||:||Louis Byron Shackelford|
|Publisher||:||New York : W.W. Norton - 1931|