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It seems to me even dangerous to send patients to the Riviera, without special hints

Horace Benge Dobell was an English doctor and medical writer, Physician at the Royal Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, London (1859-1875), and later consulting physician at the Mont Dore sanitorium for patients with chest diseases at Bournemouth. In his … Continue reading

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My spirits have risen contra fartunam; I will fight this out, and conquer

The Pavilion is RLS’s story, ThePavilion on the Links, not yet published (Cornhill Magazine 42-43, Sept-Oct 1880). The Vendetta is RLS’s novel, A Vendetta in the West: the MS was eventually abandoned and apparently destroyed. The Emigrant is of course … Continue reading

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I must just be content to live as I have begun, an ignorant, chic-y penny-a-liner

Written in Paris on his way home to Edinburgh. Some of the talk with Sidney Colvin at Mentone run on the scheme of a spectacle play on the story of the burning of the temple of Diana at Ephesus by … Continue reading

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