Discover America's forgotten sage. This is a new anthology of Elbert Hubbard's most insightful, inspiring, and provocative writings, edited and introduced by Sam Torode.
Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915) was a philosopher, entrepreneur, and leader of the arts and crafts movement in America. One of the most widely read authors of his day, his work fell into obscurity in the decades after he perished in the sinking of the Lusitania at the outset of WWI. This audiobook aims to bring Elbert Hubbard back into the limelight.
Hubbard might have been the world's first blogger and tweeter - these 120 short essays plus many aphorisms reveal a writer far ahead of his time.
This audiobook includes Hubbard's revolutionary ideas on women's equality, free thought versus religion, the school system, opposing the war machine, and much, much more.