The play remained in continuous production well into the twentieth century when at least two movie versions were made. At age fourteen, Arthur apprenticed to a tailor, but poor eyesight and a general lack of aptitude for physical labor led him to seek other work. If you've changed your mind about a book that you've ordered, please use the Ask bookseller a question link to contact us and we'll respond within 2 business days. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2008: 177. And, truly, although angels do not hear through our gross material atmosphere, can they not see the image of what we read in our minds? Yes, he was in his own quiet home, with Rosa by his side.
Wert thou always as fresh and beautiful as to-day, still thy husband's eye would by custom of years become indifferent to these advantages. In the next moment, the maiden, with the rosy glow of love upon her cheek, and the heaven-light yet beaming in her eyes, stood face to face with her lover. A Court in Germany ordered that access to certain items in the Project Gutenberg collection are blocked from Germany. I love thee tenderly, and will, therefore, declare all my thoughts on this subject without disguise. And as you keep nothing secret from each other, so, on the contrary, preserve the privacies of your house, marriage state and heart, from father, mother, sister, brother, aunt, and all the world. Ah, this was the beautiful marriage joy, that earth so seldom witnesses.
She waits at the window to catch his first glad look of recognition, then she flies to the door, and no sooner is it opened and closed again, than Paul clasps her to his heart, and presses upon her warm lips such kisses as can join heart to heart. Around the same time he became involved with the Baltimore Athenaeum and Young Men's Paper as editor. All failed, but collectively they gave Arthur numerous chances to hone his craft. I am not as yet an old aunt. And so long as we love each other, we cannot be unhappy. She was revealed to him as another self, with power to read his every thought.
Louise threw her arms about her neck, and wept in silence, and whispered, I thank thee, angel! Available in electronic format via J-Stor. Also called Arthur's Lady's Home Magazine and Arthur's Illustrated Home Magazine. At age fourteen, Arthur apprenticed to a tailor, but poor eyesight and a general lack of gratitude for physical labor led him to seek other work. Your souls will grow as it were together, and at last will become as one. See, dear heart, continued the aunt, there are virtues which arise out of mere experience. Something of this thought passed through his mind, as his eye glanced over the crowd in search of his beloved and beautiful one.
It should be so; without this, there can be no happiness. Ten Nights was the biggest and most memorable success of Arthur's career, but his efforts and influence as an editor and publisher are no less important. . In 1867 Arthur started his juvenile periodical Children's Hour. Though often marked by moralism and sentimentalism, Arthur's writing at its best—as in Ten Nights in a Bar-Room—is both brisk and poignant. From 1844 to 1846 Arthur was publisher of and contributor to Arthur's Ladies' Magazine.
Virtually forgotten now, Arthur did much to articulate and disseminate the values, beliefs, and habits that defined respectable, decorous middle-class life in America. Even when one of you has committed a fault, wait not an instant, but confess it freely—let it cost tears, but confess it. Periodicals: Tale Collections and Novels: Tale Collections and Gift Books edited by Arthur: Non-fiction: State Histories edited by Arthur and W. With her arms clasped around his neck, and her clear, bright eyes looking into his, she answered— Oh, Paul, I have been so happy all day. Reforming the World: Social Activism and the Problem of Fiction in Nineteenth-Century America. We don't want you here. In 1840 he wrote a series of newspaper articles on the Washingtonian Temperance Society, a local organization formed by working-class artisans and mechanics to counter the life-ruining effects of drink.
The above biography is copyrighted. It seems to open to us a glimpse of Heaven. The American author, reporter, editor, and publisher Timothy Shay Arthur 1809 - 1885 is best known for his role in the temperance movement. Name me a virtue which can become hateful with years. The Literary History of Philadelphia Philadelphia: George W.
I will throw all I can in her way, if her work should please me. And when this enchantment has fled, then it first becomes evident whether we are truly worthy of love. Around 1833 he served for a few weeks with the Susquehanna Bridge and Banking Company before this venture failed. In 1840 he wrote a series of newspaper articles on the , a local organization formed by working-class artisans and mechanics to counter the life-ruining effects of drink. I have other questions or need to report an error Please email the diagnostic information above to help2019 pglaf. If you treat this book so lightly now, you may, when you become a man, as lightly esteem its holy truths ; and then you could never live in heaven with the angels. It is a highly detailed account of life in the 19th century and the ills of tavern keeping, Arthur deftly weaving his political stance in a fast-moving journey that follows the character's exploits into drunkenness, debauchery, and murder.