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“Bating bad memory and self-deception”

As already said, RLS was managing all his publishing arrangements himself, and an occasional lapse of memory or attention betrayed him into misunderstandings and conflicting agreements with two different publishers, both his friends, Charles Scribner and Samuel Sidney McClure. He … Continue reading

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I am so accustomed to hear nonsense spoken about all the arts

[For correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 5, 1359.] To Henry Arthur Jones [Colvin 1911, 2, p. 261] Bonallie Towers, Bournemouth, Dec. 30, 1884 Dear Sir, I am so accustomed to hear nonsense spoken about all the … Continue reading

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