4 edition of Elfland found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
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Preface. I hope that no suggestion of any strange land that may be conveyed by the title will scare readers away from this book; for, though some chapters do indeed tell of Elfland, in the greater part of them there is no more to be shown than the face of the fields we know, and ordinary English woods and a common village and valley, a good twenty or twenty-five miles from the border of :// IV. THE ETHICS OF ELFLAND. WHEN the business man rebukes the idealism of his office-boy, it is commonly in some such speech as this: “Ah, yes, when one is young, one has these ideals in the abstract and these castles in the air; but in middle age they all break up like clouds, and one comes down to a belief in practical politics, to using the machinery one has and getting on with the world
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Book Description Portland, OR: Pendragon Press,1st Edition, First Printing, Portland, Oregon, Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine (see description). Text Cover (illustrator).
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