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Original Title A commonplace book of thoughts, memories, and fancies, original and selected ..
Author Jameson, Mrs. (Anna), 1794-1860
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Topics Art, Christian art and symbolism, Ethics
Publisher New York, D. Appleton &amp, company
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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CONTENTS
PART I.
ETHICS AND CHARACTER.
Ethical Fragments.
Vanity, 18
Truths and Truisms, 14
Beauty and Use, 14
What is Soul, 18
The Philosophy of Happiness, 19
Cheerfulness a Virtue, 21
Intellect and Sympathy, 21
Old Letters, 22
The Point of Honour, 28
Looking up, 28
Authors, 24
Thought and Theory, 24
Impulse and Consideration, 25
Principle and Expediency, 26
Personality of the Eyil Principle, 26
The Catholic Spirit, 28
Death-beds, 28
Thoughts on a Sermon, 29
Love and Fear of God, 30
Social Opinion, 31
Balzac, 31
Political, 31
Celibacy, 32
Landor’s Wise Sayings, 33
Justice and Generosity, 35
Roman Catholic Converts, 35
Stealing and Borrowing, 35
Good and Bad, 36
Italian Proverb. Greek Saying, 36
Silent Grief, 37
Past and Future, 37
Suicide. Countenance, 38
Progress and Progression,
Happiness in Suffering, 40
Life in the Future, 41
Strength. Youth, 42
Moral Suffering, 43
The Secret of Peace, 44
Motives and Impulses, 45
Principle and Passion, Dominant Ideas, 46
Absence and Death, 47
Sydney Smith. Theodore Hook, 48
Werther and Childe Harold, 51
Money Obligations, 53
Charity, 54
Truth, 55
Women. Men, 55
Compensation for Sorrow, 56
Religion. Avarice, 57
Genius, 57
Mind, 58
Hieroglyphical Colours, 58
Character, 59
Value of Words, 60
Nature and Art, 61
Spirit and Form, 64
Penal Retribution, 64
The Church, 66
Woman’s Patriotism, 66
Doubt, 66
Curiosity, 67
Tieck. Coleridge, 67
Application of a Bon Mot of Talleyrand, 68
Adverse Individualities, 69
Conflict in Love, 70
French Expressions, 71
Practical and Contemplative Life, 72
Joanna Baillie. Macaulay’s Ballads, 78
Cunning, 74
Browning’s Paracelsus, 74
Men, Women, and Children, 77
Letters, 91
Madame de Stael, 91
Deft, 98
Thought too free, 94
Good Qualities, not Virtues, 96
Sense and Fantasy, 96
Use the Present, 96
Facts, 97
Wise Sayings, 98
Pestilence of Falsehood, 99
Signs instead of Words, 100
Relations with the World, 101
Milton’s Adam and Eve, 102
Thoughts, sundry, 103
A Revelation of Childhood, 104
The Indian Hunter and the Fire , an Allegory, 132
Poetical Fragments, 135
THEOLOGICAL
The Hermit and the Minstrel, 139
Pandemonium, 142
Southey on the Religious Orders, 145
Forms in Religion — Image Worship, 146
Religious Differences, 148
Expansive Christianity, 151
NOTES FROM VARIOUS SERMONS : —
A Roman Catholic Sermon, 154
Another, 167
Church of England Sermon, 159
Another, 162
Dissenting Sermon, 167
Father Taylor of Boston, 168
PART II.
LITERATURE AND ART.
Notes from Books : —
Dr. Arnold, 176
Niebuhr, 197
Lord Bacon, 205
Chateaubriand, 215
Bishop Cumberland, 221
Comte’s Philosophy, 224
Goethe, 234
Hazlitt’s “Liber Amoris,” 236
Francis Horner, “The Nightingale,” 239
Thackeray’s “English Humourists,” 242
Notes on Art : —
Analogies, 248
Definition of Art, 260
No Patriotic Art, 251
Verse and Colour, 251
Dutch Pictures, 252
Morals in Art, 253
Physiognomy of Hands, 258
Mozart and Chopin, 259
Music, 262
Rachel, the Actress, 263
English and German Actresses, 266
Character of Imogen, 271
Shakspeare Club, 272
“Maria Maddalena,” 278
The Artistic Nature, 274
Woman’s Criticism, 276
Artistic Influences, 277
The Greek Aphrodite, 278
Love, in the Greek Tragedy, 278
Wilkie’s Life and Letters, 279
Wilhelm Schadow, 283
Artist Life, 286
Materialism in Art, 288
A Fragment on Sculpture, and on certain Characters in History and Poetry, considered as Subjects for Modern Art, 290
Helen of Troy, 295
Penelope—Laodamia, 299
Hippolytus, 302
Iphigenia, 305
Eve, 309
Adam, 311
Angels, 312
Miriam — Ruth, 316
Christ — Solomon — David, 315
Hagar — Rebecca — Rachel — Queen of Sheba, 316
Lady Godiva, 317
Joan of Arc, 319
Characters from Shakspeare, 328
Characters from Spenser, 324
From Milton. The Lady — Comus — Satan, 326
From the Italian and Modern Poets, 328

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