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I think of giving ’em literature without words; and I believe if you were to try invisible illustration, it would enjoy a considerable vogue

Will Hicock Low was at that time teacher of drawing in the Cooper Institute, NY. [As usual, dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by Sidney Colvin. For full, correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 5, 1327.] … Continue reading

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If they liked that so much, I ought to have given them something better

RLS left for Paris on June 7, 1878, and stayed at a hotel, 304 rue Saint-Jacques, ‘coin de la rue Val-de-Grace’. The following refers to the newspaper criticisms on the Inland Voyage, just then published. [As usual, for correct and … Continue reading

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