Hall in the Grove cover

Hall in the Grove

Pansy (1841-1930)

1. 01 - Little By-paths
2. 02 - 'C. L. S. C.'
3. 03 - The Outlook
4. 04 - Pick 'Em Up, Car'line
5. 05 - The Ward Boys Discuss the Situation
6. 06 - Launched
7. 07 - 'Isn't It Nice?'
8. 08 - 'I Know I Shall Stick'
9. 09 - Spheres
10. 10 - Accidents(?)
11. 11 - To the Rescue
12. 12 - Enlarging the Circle
13. 13 - The Circle and Its Centre
14. 14 - The Tables Turned
15. 15 - A Theological Review
16. 16 - Questions and Answers
17. 17 - 'Yes; I Like It'
18. 18 - This Way to the Hall
19. 19 - Simple Addition
20. 20 - 'Gifts Differing'
21. 21 - Flats and Sharps
22. 22 - 'It's in the Atmosphere'
23. 23 - 'It Was a Wonderful Meeting'
24. 24 - Magnificent Distances
25. 25 - 'There's No End to It'
26. 26 - The Centre of the Circle
27. 27 - 'I Mean It; and I Mean It Forever'
28. 28 - 'Them Christian Commission Folks'
29. 29 - 'What's in a Name?'
30. 30 - Commissioned to Shine
31. 31 - The Book
32. 32 - 'All Mixed Up'
33. 33 - An Early Tribute
34. 34 - Evading the Point
35. 35 - 'That Is a Fact'
36. 36 - Co-operation
37. 37 - 'The Fires of Genius'
38. 38 - Decided
39. 39 - 'The Blind Gropings of Genius'
40. 40 - Ablaze
41. 41 - 'Paul a Servant of God'
42. 42 - The 'Yesterdays' and the 'To-morrows'

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Summary

Fearing that her son, Robert, will grow too intellectual to relate to his parents, Mrs. Fenton starts a "Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle" in the town of Centreville. The C.L.S.C. draws in members from all strata of society - from the maid of a well-to-do family and 3 lazy, wild youths to society girls and the eminent Professor Monteith. We follow various members of the Circle as the studies at home and the social interactions and programs at the actual Chautauqua in New York shape and challenge their previous ideas and beliefs. Included are accounts of actual lectures and events at Chautauqua during the summer of 1880, providing a unique historical look at the Chautauqua phenomenon of that era.