The Complete Essays of John Galsworthy


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(5 stars; 1 reviews)

This is a collection of essays by John Galsworthy. A multitude of subjects is covered, but the essays are connected by an artistic spirit, and they are written much more like short stories than in the classical style of essays. - Summary by Carolin (6 hr 41 min)

Chapters

The Inn of Tranquility 15:13 Read by Pamela Nagami
Magpie over the Hill 9:22 Read by Phil Schempf
Sheep-Shearing 8:55 Read by Sonia
Evolution 9:00 Read by BettyB
Riding in Mist 9:31 Read by Sonia
The Procession 10:41 Read by Pamela Nagami
A Christian 12:53 Read by Anna Simon
Wind in the Rocks 11:09 Read by Kathleen Moore
My Distant Relative 16:29 Read by Jim Lane
The Black Godmother 14:56 Read by Crln Yldz Ksr
Quality 16:37 Read by Michele Fry
The Grand Jury - In two Panels and a Frame 22:57 Read by Anna Simon
Gone 13:27 Read by Brian Moakley
Threshing 12:34 Read by jftocanada
That Old-Time Place 9:42 Read by jftocanada
Romance - Three Gleams 8:36 Read by Sonia
Memories 32:13 Read by KHand
Felicity 6:35 Read by Jack Watson Warr
A Novelist's Allegory 25:20 Read by Anna Simon
Some Platitudes Concerning Drama 22:01 Read by VfkaBT
Meditation on Finality 14:08 Read by Phil Schempf
Wanted - Schooling 11:35 Read by Jim Lane
Reflections on our Dislike of Things as they Are 8:29 Read by Jesse Zuba
The Windlestraw 17:22 Read by jftocanada
About Censorship 25:25 Read by Anna Simon
Vague Thoughts on Art 35:56 Read by ToddHW

Reviews

Edwardian Bonanza

(5 stars)

These are intimate essays - more like sketches from life. Although occasionally marred by a pointed moral or take-away, they show a sensitive mind engaged with the world. Plus, the Edwardianism was to die for