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The Autocrat of The Breakfast Table by Oliver Wendell Holmes (J.M. Dent 7 Co., London, England, 1905)

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  • Media:Hardcover
  • Pages:316
  • Publication Date:1905
  • ASIN:B009YJBLZG
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The Autocrat of The Breakfast Table by Oliver Wendell Holmes (J.M. Dent 7 Co., London, England, 1905). A collection of essays by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., originally published in The Atlantic Monthly in 1857 and 1858 before being collected in book form. The essays take the form of a chiefly one-sided dialogue between the unnamed Author and the other residents of a New England boarding house who are known only by their profession, location at the table or other defining characteristics. The topics discussed range from an essay on the unexpected benefits of old age to the finest place to site a dwelling and comments on the nature of conversation itself. The tone of the book is distinctly Yankee and takes a seriocomic approach to the subject matter.

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