The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, vol. 1 (Memoir, Early Essays)
This volume contains two memoirs of his life and work and a number of early essays on the French coup d’état of 1851, Coleridge, Shakespeare, and Butler.
The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, ed. Mrs. Russell Barrington. The Works in Nine Volumes. The Life in One Volume. (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1915). Vol. 1.
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Table of Contents
- CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
- The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, Vol. I
- SECOND MEMOIR
- EDITOR’S PREFACE. (Portion of a Preface written by Forrest Morgan for an edition of Walter Bagehot’s works which was published in America.)
- LETTERS ON THE FRENCH COUP D’ÉTAT OF 1851. (Addressed to the Editor of “The Inquirer”.)
- THE DICTATORSHIP.
- THE MORALITY OF THE COUP D’ÉTAT.
- ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF FRANCE AND THE APTITUDE OF THE FRENCH CHARACTER FOR NATIONAL FREEDOM.
- ON THE APTITUDE OF THE FRENCH CHARACTER FOR NATIONAL SELF-GOVERNMENT.
- ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE PRINCE-PRESIDENT.
- THE FRENCH NEWSPAPER PRESS.
- CONCLUDING LETTER.
- HARTLEY COLERIDGE.1 (1852.)
- SHAKESPEARE—THE MAN.1 (1853.)
- BISHOP BUTLER.1 (1854.)
- WORKS BY WALTER BAGEHOT