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I vote for separations

As the ways and restrictions of a settled invalid were repugnant to RLS’s character and instincts, so were the life and society of a regular invalid station depressing and uncongenial to him. He determined, accordingly, to avoid settling in one … Continue reading

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Why don’t they stamp their foot upon the ground and awake?

Back to Swanston Cottage, from his yachting tour in the Inner Hebrides with his friend Sir Walter Simpson. George Grove is for some years before and after this date the editor of Macmillan’s Magazine. After the Knox articles no more … Continue reading

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Does it not seem as if things were fluid?

[Dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by Sir Sidney Colvin. For full, correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 1, 168]. To his mother [Colvin 1911, pp. 96-98] Hôtel du Pavillon, Menton, November 13, 1873. My dear … Continue reading

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