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We walk little cycles, and turn in little abortive spirals, and come out again, hot and weary

Sidney Colvin was at this time revising for the Portfolio the substance of Cambridge lectures on Hogarth. David Douglas (1823-1916) was an Edinburgh publisher, notable for reprinting American authors in cheap editions. [As usual, dots between square brackets indicate cuts … Continue reading

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