Volume Twenty-One

Edited by Grevel Lindop

Transcripts of Unlocated Manuscripts
[Escapades Ascribed to Professor Wilson]
Morning Studies
The Loveliest Sight for Woman’s Eyes
On Pagan Sacrifices
David’s Numbering of the People—The Politics of the Situation
The Jews as a Separate People
“What is Truth?” the Jesting Pilate Said—A False Gloss
Some Thoughts on Biography
National Manners and False Judgment of Them
Increased Possibilities of Sympathy in the Present Age
Conversation and S. T. Coleridge
Cicero (Supplementary to Published Essay)
Defence of the English Peerage
Theory and Practice
Pope and Didactic Poetry
Criticism on Some of Coleridge’s Criticisms of Wordsworth
Wordsworth and Southey: Affinities and Differences
The Jewish Scriptures Could Have Been Written in No Modern Era
Dispersion of the Jews, and Josephus’s Enmity to Christianity
Christianity as the Result of Pre-Established Harmony
The Messianic Idea Romanized
Contrast of Greek and Persian Feeling in Certain Aspects
Omitted Passages from the Review of Bennett’s Ceylon
Why Scripture Does Not Deal with Science (“Pagan Oracles”)
The Rhapsodoi
From “Brevia”

Explanatory Notes


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