THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- II. ASTRÃ†A: THE BALANCE OF ILLUSIONS. // Complete Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes;1908, p333
An appendix is presented of the poem "AstrÃ¦a: The Balance of Illusions" by Oliver Wendell Holmes.
- III. NOTES AND ADDENDA. // Complete Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes;1908, p337
An appendix is presented of the poems by Oliver Wendell Holmes.
- Nothing new under the sun. Reid, Steven // Evidence Based Mental Health;May2008, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p33
The article presents an excerpt from physician and writer Oliver Wendell Holmes' essay about the dangers of chance, bias and listening to experts.
- Unconscious Plagiarism. Twain, Mark // Entire Works of Mark Twain Collected;3/1/2006, p3914
This speech was delivered at the dinner given by the publishers of "The Atlantic Monthly" to Oliver Wendell Holmes, in honor of his seventieth birthday, August 29, 1879.
- A NINETEENTH CENTURY BIRTHDAY PARTY. Smith, Hugh F. // America;7/6/1940, Vol. 63 Issue 13, p355
The article focuses on the plan of the editors of the journal "The Critic and Good Literature" to surprise Oliver Wendell Holmes during his birthday in the U.S. Accordingly, the editors were in some doubt as to the actual date of his birth because of conflicting statements of a recent...
- The Evolution of Holmes, Holmes and Evolution. Vetter, Jan // California Law Review;May84, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p343
Examines views of judge O. W. Holmes, with reference to his book 'The Common Law' and some other extrajudicial writing. Description of Holmes with respect to liberal opinion; Information on Holmes' insurance view of contract; Discussion of Holmes' public reception using the metaphor of evolution.
- To the Portrait of "A Gentleman." Holmes, Oliver Wendell // Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe;3/1/2006, p212
Presents the poem "To the Portrait of 'A Gentleman,'" by Oliver Wendell Holmes. First Line: It may be soâ€”perhaps thou hast; Last Line: I've seen that face before.
- My Aunt. Holmes, Oliver Wendell // Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe;3/1/2006, p213
Presents the poem "My Aunt," by Oliver Wendell Holmes. First Line: My aunt! my dear unmarried aunt! Last Line: On my ancestral tree.
- Evening. Holmes, Oliver Wendell // Humorous Poetry of the English Language; from Chaucer to Saxe;3/1/2006, p325
Presents the poem "Evening," by Oliver Wendell Holmes. First Line: Day hath put on his jacket, and around; Last Line: Where I can coil them in their wonted fashion.