Title: A Modern Humanist: Miscellaneous Papers of B. Kirkman Gray. Edited with a biographical introduction by Henry Bryan Binns, an appreciation by Clementina Black and a portrait.
Author: B. Kirkman Gray; Henry Bryan Binns; Clementina Black
Description: Publisher's green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and front cover. Cloth shows some rubbing and light scuffs, very faint soiling. Interior is unmarked; some pages with minor foxing. Frontispiece portrait of Kirkman Gray with tissue guard. 271, plus  pages publisher's advertising. Scarce.
A collection of writings by Benjamin Kirkman Gray (1862-1907), a historian of philanthropy in England, sociological writer, socialist, and member of the Independent Labour Party, whose writing often touched on the problems of poverty and social reform. Includes a 53-page biographical introduction by the English biographer Henry Bryan Binns and a ten-age essay ''Kirkman Gray as a Sociologist'' by Clementina Black, English feminist, novelist, and socialist activist.
1. A Modern Humanist: B. Kirkman Gray (H. B. Binns).
2. Kirkman Gray as a Sociologist (C. Black).
II. A Bank Holiday Crowd.
III. The Mind of a Londoner: Notes for a Study of William Blake.
IV. A Bucolic Ideal.
V. Two Tramps.
VI. On Slum Theology.
VII. The Ethical Problem.
VIII. The Communion of the Earth.
IX. A Hill Shrine.
X. Impression of Claude Monet.
XI. Notes on a Blake Exhibition.
XII. London in the Reigns of the Georges.
XIII. The Social Value of Hooligans.
XIV. On Going Back to School.
XV. Culture and Dirt.
XVI. A Children's Home in Leipzig.
XVII. Co-operative Housing in Berlin.
XVIII. [Ernst] Abbe's Theory of Industry.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: A. C. Fifield
Keywords: England, poverty, sociology, humanism, socialism,
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