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Morley Roberts


The Letters of George Gissing

It is not so very hard to write with fair satisfaction about an author known to one only by his work. Criticism may be difficult but at least the issues are not confused by the ten thousand mingled and often contradictory memories of intimate friends [...]

W.H. Hudson

What we call 'literary immortality' is but the remembrance of a few, who in a little while will themselves be nameless dust. For the man never to be forgotten is, within some counted days, sunk in oblivion, and lesser men of the hour surpass his memo [...]