Heroes Every Child Should Know cover

Heroes Every Child Should Know

Hamilton Wright Mabie (1846-1916)

1. Introduction
2. Perseus part 1 by Charles Kingsley
3. Perseus part 2 by Charles Kingsley
4. Hercules by Kate Stephens
5. Daniel from The Book of Daniel
6. David from 1 Samuel
7. St. George by Mrs. E. Rundle Charles
8. King Arthur by Beatrice Clay
9. Sir Galahad by Beatrice Clay
10. Sir Galahad by Alfred Lord Tennyson (verse)
11. Siegfried by A.J. Church
12. Roland by A.J. Church
13. King Alfred by E.A. Freeman
14. The Cid part 1 by Robert Southey
15. The Cid part 2 by Robert Southey
16. Robin Hood by Andrew Lang
17. Richard the Lion-Hearted by A.J. Church
18. Saint Louis by A.J. Church
19. William Tell by Agnes Strickland
20. Robert Bruce part 1 by Sir Walter Scott
21. Robert Bruce part 2 by Sir Walter Scott
22. George Washington by C.W. Parke Custis
23. Robert E. Lee by himself
24. The Youth Of Lincoln by Elbridge S. Brooks
25. Father Damien by Edward Clifford

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The endeavour has been made in this volume to bring together the heroic men of different races, periods and types; and in the selection of material the most attractive, intelligent and authoritative literature has been drawn upon. In cases in which the material selected belongs distinctively to the best literature, no changes have been made, although narratives have been abbreviated; in cases in which the material has a historical rather than a distinctively literary quality, the text has been treated for "substance of doctrine," and omissions have been freely made, and connecting words, phrases and even sentences have been introduced to give the narrative clear connection and completeness. In the preparation of the material for the volume the intelligence and skill of Miss Kate Stephens have been so freely used that she is entitled to the fullest recognition as associate editor.