Title: Impressions of London Social Life with Other Papers, suggested by an English residence
Author: E. S. [Ehrman Syme] Nadal
Description: First Edition. Publisher's brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and blind stamped boards. Light wear to board edges. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, some minor soiling, else interior is generally clean. x, 223, plus  pages publisher's advertising. 7.3 x 4.75 inches.
Essays by Nadal, recording his impressions of an eighteen-month stay in London.
(I) Impressions of London Social Life.
(II) English Sundays and London Churches.
(III) Two Visits to Oxford.
(IV) The British Upper Class in Fiction.
(VI) English Court Festivities.
(VII) English Tradition and English Future.
(VIII) Childhood and English Tradition.
(IX) The Dancing School in Tavistock Square.
(X) Contrasts of Scenery.
(XI) New York and London Winters.
(XII) The Evening Call.
(XIII) Our Latest Notions of Republics.
(XIV) English Conservative Temper.
(XV) English and American Newspaper-Writing.
(XVI) Americans Abroad.
(XVII) Society in New York, and Fiction.
Ehrman Syme Nadal (1843-1922) was an American journalist and essayist. He served as a secretary in the American legation (a diplomatic mission) in London during the 1870s.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Scribner, Armstrong & Co.
Place: New York
Keywords: England, UK, 1870s, nineteenth century, sociology, British, culture, English tradition,
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