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PEERAGE OF POVERTY;
LEARNERS AND WORKERS
FIELDS, FARMS, AND FACTORIES.
EDWIN PAXTON HOOD,
Author of “Bye-Path Meadow," "Wordsworth, a Biography," "The Earnest Minister,"
"Blind Amos," "Self-Formation," " Lamps, Pitchers, and Trumpets."
Fifth Edition, Rebised and Enlarged.
LONDON: S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO., 9, PATERNOSTER ROW.
THE ORDER OF VAGABONDS, AND THE TRIUMPHS OF POVERTY. A Philosophic Cheap Jack-Holbein's Painting-Monu
ments of Poverty — The Good Goddess of Poverty-
A Lunatic's Death-Gifford's Admiration for Clare-A
Peasant Poet-An Excursion into Cloudland-Education-Two First Loves—Pilgrimage for a Book-First Efforts at Verse-Cottage Criticisms-No Poetry without Grammar-An Ambition to be an Author-A Good Prophet-A Visit to Holywell Park— Visit to the Marquis of Exeter—Visit to London-Visited by Great Folks-Two Elm Trees-A Poor Proud Peasant-A Poet's Wanderings-Singular Verdict--Last Verses—Musings in a Madhouse_“I want to go Home”- Poetical Illustrations—The Poetry of Nature-Home Happiness--Poetry of the Fen Country.
THE DIVINITY OF LABOUR.
Possessions of Humble Genius—The Lowly Order of
Poets-Letters and Labour-David the Psalmist-
- What is it Labour does ?-A Vision of Workshops