Home  |  Authors  |  Books  |  Stories  |  What's New  |  How to Get Involved 
   T h e   B a l d w i n   P r o j e c t
     Bringing Yesterday's Classics to Today's Children                 @mainlesson.com
Search This Site Only
 
 
Helmet and Spear by  Alfred J. Church

[Illustration] Hundreds of additional titles available for online reading when you join Gateway to the Classics

Learn More
[Illustration]

 

 

Front Matter



[Book Cover]



[Dedication]

PREFACE

I Have told again in this volume some familiar stories, using mostly the original authorities, but availing myself, where it was possible, of the help of Plutarch, whose biographies are always rich in picturesque details. These narratives never lose their interest, and they ahve this special significance, that they illustrate what we all at least desire to believe, that the results of abiding good come out of the losses and sorrows of war. I have sought to draw out this thought with some detail in the Epilogue.

A.J.C.

Ightham, Sevenoaks. September 8, 1900.



[Contents]



[Illustrations]


 Table of Contents  |  Index 
Copyright (c) 2000-2017 Yesterday's Classics, LLC. All Rights Reserved.