Goose-Quill Papers

Louise Imogen GUINEY (1861 - 1920)

Louise Imogen Guiney, and American poet and essayist, here presents twenty essays with her characteristic wit and poetic flair and often a touch of satire on sometimes common topics such as the apple, the moon, mathematics and the garret, even the provocative "On Teaching One's Grandmother how to Suck Eggs." - Summary by Larry Wilson

Genre(s): Essays & Short Works

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 On the Good Repute of the Apple Linda Cantoni
00:09:42
Play 02 A Hand andybeddy
00:15:18
Play 03 An Open Letter to the Moon Larry Wilson
00:13:15
Play 04 Brentford Pulpit Adrian Stephens
00:20:22
Play 05 Notes Made by Troilus Gently Adrian Stephens
00:21:08
Play 06 On Teaching One's Grandmother How to Suck Eggs Adrian Stephens
00:11:24
Play 07 Old Haunts Adrian Stephens
00:08:13
Play 08 Free Thoughts on Books Julian Pratley
00:09:00
Play 09 A November Festival Nemo
00:08:28
Play 10 Vagabondiana Nemo
00:12:30
Play 11 Mathematics Phil Schempf
00:05:42
Play 12 A Child in Camp Linda Cantoni
00:16:11
Play 13 On Graveyards Lisanne Lavoie
00:11:02
Play 14 Some Garden-Folk Michelle Dyer
00:04:10
Play 15 Hospitalities Amelia Chesley
00:07:29
Play 16 The Two Voices Amelia Chesley
00:09:11
Play 17 Sweetheart Juliana
00:04:25
Play 18 On the Beauty of Idleness Michelle Dyer
00:06:26
Play 19 De Mosquitone Adrian Stephens
00:06:57
Play 20 On the Garret Adrian Stephens
00:07:04