Gateway to the Great Books are great writings which selections include short stories, plays, essays, scientific papers, speeches, and letters. Each selection represents a primary, original, and fundamental contribution to ones understanding of the universe and themselves. There are over 135 Authors, 225 Selections and 95 original illustrations. Selections include works from Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, T. S Eliot, Mark Twain and more. This set will help introduce oneself to good literature and the Great Books of the Western World.There does not exist a single individual at the present day, in America or in Europe, who can inform us what each citizen of the ... that it is no less difficult to compare the social expenditure than it is to estimate the relative wealth ofFrance and America. ... As for the budgets of the counties, nothing of the kind occurs in the French system of finances; and it is, again, ... In America the townships discharge a variety of offices which are reserved in France to the departments or to the state.
|Title||:||Gateway to the Great Books|
|Author||:||Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc|
|Publisher||:||Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. - 1990-10-01|