Wit and Wisdom of the REV. Sydney Smith

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WHITE Press, 2014. jún. 23. - 466 oldal
This early work by Sydney Smith was originally published in 1870 and we are now republishing it. 'Wit and Wisdom of the Rev. Sydney Smith' is a collection of Smith's writings from throughout his career and includes a biographical memoir by Evert Augustus Duyckinck. Sydney Smith was born on 3rd June 1771 in Woodford, Essex, England. Smith's first book 'Six Sermons, preached in Charlotte Street Chapel, Edinburgh' was published in 1800. He married Catharine Amelia Pybus in the same year and the couple settled in Edinburgh. While there, he helped set up the 'Edinburgh Review' and became its first editor in 1802. He continued to write articles for the review for the next quarter of the century which were a key element to the publication's success. His most famous work is 'Peter Plymley's Letters' (1892) in which he deals with the subject of Catholic emancipation, ridiculing the opposition of the country clergy.

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SYDNEY SMITH is an illustrator born and bred in Nova Scotia. He attended the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and has been in Halifax since receiving his BFA in 2006. Since then, he has collaborated with many musicians and authors, including two children's books with Sheree Fitch. He was awarded the Mayor's Award for "Mable Murple" in 2011.

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