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  1. THE AUTOCRAT'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY. THE interruption referred to in the first sentence of the first of these papers was just a quarter of a century in duration. Two articles entitled "The Autocrat of the BreakfastTable" will be found in the "New England Magazine," formerly published in Boston by J. T. and E. Buckingham.

  2. The Autocrat Of The Breakfast-table : Holmes, Oliver Wendell: Amazon.com.au: Books. Skip to main content.com.au. Delivering to Sydney 1171 To change ...

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  3. The Autocrat adds a third, "Good Americans, when they die, go to Paris." A stranger at the boardinghouse table, a young "jaunty-looking" chap, says he has heard a fourth saying, about Boston and ...

  4. 14 de set. de 2021 · Two articles entitled "The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table" will be found in the "New England Magazine," formerly published in Boston by J. T. and E. Buckingham. The date of the first of these articles is November 1831, and that of the second February 1832. When "The Atlantic Monthly" was begun, twenty-five years afterwards, and the author was ...

  5. This collection, The Autocrat of the Breakfast - Table, made its initial appearance in the first issues of the Atlantic Monthly and was largely responsible for that magazine's early success. inventory #29082.

  6. 25 de jul. de 2021 · Third section of The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, a text first published between 1857 and 1858 in The Atlantic Monthly. Featured in Vol 1., No.3 of The Atlantic Monthly . (January 1858)

  7. As the autocrat, or ruler, of the communal table, Holmes converses with his fellow boarders, including the Landlady, the Professor, the Divinity Student, and the Schoolmistress.A vivid record of the era when Boston was the hub of America's intellectual and cultural scene, this book also offers timeless observations that range from the nature of conversation to the unexpected advantages of old age.