On the Business of Life
- Thoughts on the Business of Life. Forbes, Lydia // Forbes Global;9/1/2003, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p64
Presents a selection of quotations on the business of life from some famous individuals. Karl Marx; Albert Einstein; Lord Acton; W.S. Gilbert.
- TO PHÅ’BE. Gilbert, W. S. // Book of Humorous Verse;1/1/1936, p7
The poem "To PhÅ’be," by W. S. Gilbert is presented. First Line: "Gentle, modest little flower, Last Line: But I do not, PhÅ“be dear.
- ETIQUETTE. Gilbert, W. S. // Book of Humorous Verse;1/1/1936, p214
The poem "Etiquette," by W. S. Gilbert is presented. First Line: The Ballyshannon foundered off the coast of Cariboo, Last Line: And Somers has the turtle--turtle always makes him sick.
- Worthy of Swift. Clenaghen, Wenda // History Today;Jun2011, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p66
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "He was an Englishman," by Ian Bradely, from the May 2011 issue.
- The Mikado. Gilbert, William S.; Sullivan, Arthur // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People;May2009, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p19
The article presents a script of the play "The Mikado," by William S. Gilbert and Sir Aurthur Sullivan, adapted by Craig Sodaro.
- GILBERT'S COMIC OPERAS. Dwight, Walter // America;1/11/1919, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p345
The article focuses on the remarkable success of William Schwenck Gilbert on his comic operas. His works were very inspiring, skilful, at clever and melodious rhyming which made his verses quite unforgettable. It is easy to discern many of those peculiarly characteristics that is evident in his...
- Engaged. Wilson, Edmund // New Republic;7/29/25, Vol. 43 Issue 556, p262
Reviews the opera "Engaged," by W. S. Gilbert and revived by the Stagers.
- GENTLE ALICE BROWN. Gilbert, W. S. // Best Nonsense Verses;1/1/1901, p10
The poem "Gentle Alice Brown," by W. S. Gilbert, is presented. First Line: IT was a robber's daughter, and her name was Alice Brown, Last Line: On the promising young robber, the lieutenant of his band.
- EMILY, JOHN, JAMES, AND I. Gilbert, W. S. // Best Nonsense Verses;1/1/1901, p11
The poem "Emily, John, James and I," by W. S. Gilbert, is presented. First Line: EMILY JANE was a nursery maid-â€“, Last Line: (And I am a doggerel bard).