Sir William Hamilton: Being the Philosophy of Perception : an Analysis
Longmans, Green, 1865 - Perception - 124 pages
The Statue of Liberty decides to roam the land and visit some of the people she has greeted upon their arrival in the United States, so she steps off her pedestal and takes a walk from sea to sea.
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