It Is, Perhaps, Only The Young Who Can Be Very Hopefully Addressed On
The Present Subject. A Few Years Hence, And Your Habits Of Mind Will Be
Unalterably Formed; A Few Years Hence, And Your Struggle Against A
Discontented Spirit, Even Should You Be Given Grace To Attempt It, Would
Be A Perpetually Wearisome And Discouraging One. The Penalty Of Past Sin
Will Pursue You Until The End, Not Only In The Pain Caused By A
Discontented Habit Of Mind, But Also In The Consciousness Of Its
Exceeding Sinfulness. [more][Less]
The Young Lady's Mentor - A Guide to the Formation of Character. In a Series of Letters to Her Unknown Friends is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by An English Lady is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of An English Lady then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection. [more][Less]
Edward M. Newman (March 16, 1870 – April 16, 1953) was a film producer of many documentary film shorts released by Warner Brothers and edited at Vitaphone studios in Brooklyn, New York in the 1930s. These were mostly of the travelogue genre. [more][Less]
The Work Which Forms The Basis Of The Present Volume Is One Of The Most
Original And Striking Which Has Fallen Under The Notice Of The Editor.
The Advice Which It Gives Shows A Remarkable Knowledge Of Human
Character, And Insists On A Very High Standard Of Female Excellence.
Instead Of Addressing Herself Indiscriminately To All Young Ladies, The
Writer Addresses Herself To Those Whom She Calls Her "Unknown Friends,"
That Is To Say, A Class Who, By Natural Disposition And Education, Are
Prepared To Be Benefited By The Advice Which She Offers. "Unless A
Peculiarity Of Intellectual Nature And Habits Constituted Them Friends,"
She Says In Her Preface, "Though Unknown Ones, Of The Writer, Most Of
The Observations Contained In The Following Pages Would Be
Uninteresting, Many Of Them Altogether Unintelligible." [more][Less]