History As Literature And Other Essays Hardcover – July 25, 2007 by Theodore Roosevelt Author. Jul 12, 2006 · A man of prodigious and wide-ranging interests, Theodore Roosevelt-politician and soldier, naturalist and historian-was the youngest president in American history, ascending to the office when he was only 42. and with much vigorous life in him and influence to exert after he left the Oval Office, as this 1914 volume ably demonstrates. In this collection of essays for various publications and.
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Roosevelt. History as Literature. Theodore Roosevelt. In his preface, Theodore Roosevelt states, “In these addresses and essays I have discussed not merely literary but also historical and scientific subjects, for my thesis is that the domain of literature must be ever more widely extended over the domains of history and science.”. Aug 20, 2007 · History as literature, and other essays by Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. Publication date c1913 Topics History, Literature and history Publisher New York, N.Y.: Scribner Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language English. History as literature, and other essays. "Addresses I made before the American historical association, the University of Oxford, the University of Berlin, and the Sorbonne at Paris, together with six essays I wrote for the Outlook, and one that I wrote for the Century."--Pref History as literature.--Biological analogies in history.--The word movement.--Citizenship in a republic.--The thraldom of names.
The Works of Theodore Roosevelt: History as literature and other essays Volume 26 of The Works of Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt: Author: Theodore Roosevelt: Publisher: Scribner, 1913: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Today, Teddy is remembered for being an explorer, hunter, author, soldier, president, and safari adventurer, all of which combine into one unique reputation. In History as Literature and Other Essays, Roosevelt discusses a multitude of topics in eleven essays.
Roosevelt, Theodore. 1913. History as Literature: I. History as Literature T HERE has been much discussion as to whether history should not henceforth be treated as a branch of science rather than of literature. As with most such discussions, much of the matter in. Written in 1913 and presented at a conference of the American Historical Society,Roosevelt firmly establishes himself as a legitimate and thoughtful historian. Although his total body of written.
History as literature.--Biological analogies in history.--The world movement.--Citizenship in a republic.--The thraldom of names.--Productive scholarship.--Dante and the Bowery.--The foundations of the nineteenth century.--The search for truth in a reverent spirit.--The ancient Irish sagas.--An art exhibition. Responsibility: by Theodore Roosevelt.
Poems of sixty-five years F B. 1831-1917 Sanborn
How to listen to music: hints and suggestions to untaught lovers of the art Henry Edward Krehbiel
Orchestral wind instruments, ancient and modern: being an account of the origin and evolution of wind instruments from the earliest to the most recent times Ulric Daubeny
Outline of Roman history from Romulus to Justinian: (including translations of the Twelve tables, the Institutes of Gaius, and the Institutes of ... development and decay of Roman jurisprudence Gaius Institutiones
The law and practice as to receivers appointed by the High Court of Justice or out of court: with a chapter on sequestration F C. Watmough
Infamia: its place in Roman public and private law A H. J. 1865-1906 Greenidge
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Caesar: a dramatic study. In five acts Henry Peterson
Primitive love and love-stories Henry Theophilus Finck
This goodly frame the earth; stray impressions of scenes, incidents and persons in a journey touching Japan, China, Egypt, Palestine and Greece Francis Tiffany
Four days, the story of a war marriage Hetty Lawrence Hemenway Richard
A digest of the law of agency William Bowstead
The practice of the land registry under the transfer of land act, 1862: with such portions of the rules as are now in force ; and general instructions, notes, forms, and precedents Charles Fortescue-Brickdale
At home and on the battlefield; letters from the Crimea, China and Egypt, 1854-1888 Charlotte Augusta Stephenson
The Sale of Goods Act, 1893, including the Factors acts, 1889 & 1890
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Commemoration of the centenary of the birth of James Russell Lowell, poet, scholar, diplomat, born in Cambridge, Mass., February 22, 1819, died in ... academy of arts and letters in New York,
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Musical art and study: papers for musicians Henry C. 1831-1897 Banister
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England, China and opium: three essays, reprinted, with slight alterations, from the Contemporary review Edward Fry
Autumn leaves: Original pieces in prose and verse Anne W. 1808-1908 Abbot
Central Asia: travels in Cashmere, Little Thibet and Central Asia Thomas Stevens
Gluck and the opera: a study in musical history Ernest Newman
Emigration and immigration; a study in social science Richmond Mayo-Smith
Letters from Ralph Waldo Emerson to a friend, 1838-1853 Charles Eliot Norton
Hand-book of criminal procedure William Lawrence Clark
The life of Cesare Borgia: of France, Duke of Valentinois and Romagna, Prince of Andria and Venafri, Count of Dyois, lord of Piombino, Camerino, and ... Holy Church : a history and some criticisms Rafael Sabatini
Roman society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius Samuel Dill
A manual of ancient history M E. THALHEIMER
Sketches in Holland and Scandinavia Augustus J. C. 1834-1903 Hare
Sketch of Edward Coles, second governor of Illinois, and of the slavery struggle of 1823-4 E B. 1816-1887 Washburne
Henry Broadhurst, M. P.; the story of his life from a stonemason's bench to the treasury bench Henry Broadhurst
The pleasant land of France; Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle
Talleyrand, a biographical study Joseph McCabe
An introduction to the history of Christianity, A.D. 590-1314 F J. 1855-1941 Foakes-Jackson
Junius Unmasked: Or, Thomas Paine the Author of the Letters of Junius and the Declaration of Independence Joel Moody
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Stage decoration in France in the middle ages Donald Clive Stuart