This book, Hamilton’s Heber Flashes, is a pageant of flashes of the past, present, and future. The director of the show is one Hamilton.
He reflects on the personal and family, morals and society, and art and music. More topics include fun and frolics, love and romance, reli... gion and philosophy, education and employment, officials and administration, and honesty and fraud. He discusses huts and palaces, rivers and stinks, slums and ditches, urban misery and rural struggle, kings and queens, monarchy and dictatorship, war and peace, terrorists and threats, bombs and explosions, loots and massacres, murders and deaths, and fear and panic.
Finally, with a passing dream of bettering and a positive note of hope, the show closes with a solution. Read his solution.
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