The Seven Ages of Man
Originally published in 1921 and long out-of-print, Ralph Bergengren's The Seven Ages of Man is a collection of classic essays on the phases of a man's life from infancy through old age. Contents include. "Baby, Baby" "To Be a Boy" "On Meeting the Beloved" "This is a Father" "On Being a Landlord" "Old Flied and Old Men" "The Olde, Olde, Very Olde Man" RALPH WILHELM BERGENGREN (1871-1947) is also the author of The Comforts of Home (1918), The Perfect Gentlemen (1919), and, David the Dreamer: His Book of Dreams (1922).
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