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Romance Of The Commonplace

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Romance of the Commonplace by Frank Gelett Burgess is a delightful collection of essays that celebrate the beauty and magic found in the everyday moments of life. Burgess' writing is filled with wit, warmth, and wisdom as he muses on topics such as love, friendship, and the simple pleasures of home and hearth.

The essays in this book are like little gems, sparkling with insight and humor. Burgess has a gift for finding the extraordinary in the ordinary, and his reflections on the joys and sorrows of everyday life are both poignant and uplifting. Whether he is ruminating on the quirks of human nature, the wonders of nature, or the mysteries of the heart, Burgess' writing is always thoughtful and engaging.

What sets Romance of the Commonplace apart is Burgess' ability to find beauty and magic in the most commonplace of things. His keen observations and keen insights are sure to resonate with readers of all ages and backgrounds. This is a book to savor and treasure, a reminder that there is wonder to be found all around us if we only take the time to look.

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Thirty four whimsical, tongue-in-cheek, and entertaining essays about not much in particular, published in 1902, by one of the most popular writers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The American Gelett Burgess was an artist, art critic, poet, author, and humorist. Nonsense verse was a specialty. - Summary by David Wales

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