e-Book Praise of the Dog; an Anthology epub downloadAuthor: Ethel E. Bicknell
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Kleine Schriften ein Beytrag zur Völker-und Länderkunde, Naturgeschichte und Philosophie des Lebens /. View Metadata. Praise of the dog; an anthology, View Metadata. Publication info: London :G. Richards,1902. Holding Institution: University of California Libraries (archive. Subjects: Biography Dogs English literature. Varieties of literature, from foreign literary journals and original mss. now first published.
The dog was lying on the grass in the middle of the lawn in front of Mrs. Shears’s house. Siobhan said that the book should begin with something to grab people’s attention. That is why I started with the dog. Its eyes were closed. I also started with the dog because it happened to me and I find it hard to imagine things which did not happen to me.
Clarence Bicknell (27 August 1842 – 17 July 1918) was a British vicar, amateur archaeologist, botanist, artist, Esperantist, author and philanthropist. He founded the Bicknell Museum in Bordighera, Italy. Also named after him is a street in Bordighera, and two plant species. Clarence Bicknell was the youngest son of successful British businessman and patron of the arts, Elhanan Bicknell (1788-1861), and his third wife, Lucinda Sarah (1801-1850)