A Workshop Paradise and Other Papers By Charles Rowley. 316 pages. A Collection of the travel journalism of Charles Rowley. Contents include : A workshop paradise in the Cotswolds, A southern pleasaunce, Stoke Pogis and Burnham Beeches, The rivers of Wales, Tom Ellis, A nook in Cader Idris, A lake country ramble, Snowdon and the Glyder, A driving tour in the north country, The island in autumn, Merry England, Tranquil France, English graves in Rome-Keats Shelley Trelawny, Amalfi - A bishops funeral, William Tell and Altdorf, Cordova, Byron And the Armenian monastery at Venice, Russia emerges, Japan and the Japenese, Some of our folk speech, Mistresses and maids, The life of the poor, The ordinary blockhead, Fors clavigera, Portraits of Shakespeare, Quantity or quality in reading, Book selection, Missionaries for home use, Some social problems, William Morris, The south Kensington museum, Florida as a health resort, Florida farming, Walt Whitman at home, The shakers at Mount Lebanon, The knights of labour, Concord and the emersons, America revisited, Some religious developments in the United States, The mosely commission: notes on schools colleges and workmanship Originally published in 1905. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Obscure Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
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