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CHAPTER 2 - Domestic Despots
CHAPTER 3 - Cyrano, Rostand, Coquelin
CHAPTER 4 - Machine-made Men
CHAPTER 5 - Parnassus
CHAPTER 6 - Modern Architecture
CHAPTER 7 - Worldly Color- Blindness
CHAPTER 8 - Idling in Mid-Ocean
CHAPTER 9 - "Climbers" in England
CHAPTER 10 - CALVE at Cabrieres
CHAPTER 11 - A Cry For Fresh Air
CHAPTER 12 - The Paris of our Grandparents
CHAPTER 13 - Some American Husbands
CHAPTER 14 - "CAROLUS"
CHAPTER 15 - The Grand Opera Fad
CHAPTER 16 - The Poetic CABARETS of Paris
CHAPTER 17 - Etiquette At Home and Abroad
CHAPTER 18 - What is "Art"?
CHAPTER 19 - The Genealogical Craze
CHAPTER 20 - As the Twig is Bent
CHAPTER 21 - Seven Small Duchesses
CHAPTER 22 - Growing Old Ungracefully
CHAPTER 23 - Around a Spring
CHAPTER 24 - The Better Part
CHAPTER 25 - La Comedie Francaise a Orange
CHAPTER 26 - Pre-palatial Newport
CHAPTER 27 - SARDOU at Marly-le-Roy
CHAPTER 28 - Inconsistencies
CHAPTER 29 - Modern "Cadets de Gascogne"
CHAPTER 30 - The Dinner and the Drama
CHAPTER 31 - The Modern ASPASIA
CHAPTER 32 - A Nation in a Hurry
CHAPTER 33 - The Spirit of History
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The ways of men

The ways of men

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Read more: http://www.chinahourly.com when this century was born happened to be an admirer of classic lore and
the sonorous names of antiquity.
It is owing to his weakness in bestowing pompous cognomens on our
embryo towns and villages that to-day names like Utica, Syracuse, and
Ithaca, instead of evoking visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise
in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only
in trolley-cars and Methodist meeting-houses.
Read more: http://www.chinahourly.com when this century was born happened to be an admirer of classic lore and
the sonorous names of antiquity.
It is owing to his weakness in bestowing pompous cognomens on our
embryo towns and villages that to-day names like Utica, Syracuse, and
Ithaca, instead of evoking visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise
in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only
in trolley-cars and Methodist meeting-houses.

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