5 edition of Yesterdays with Authors found in the catalog.
Yesterdays with Authors
James T. Fields
May 1992 by Reprint Services Corporation .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||419|
The poor lady, after ho had agreed to see the work through the press, broke off all correspondence with him in a storm of wrath, accusing him of pusillanimity in not avowing full faith in her theory; so that, as he told me, so far as her good-will was concerned, he had not gained much by taking the responsibility of her book upon his shoulders. When you come, let it be on Saturday, and stay till Monday. I find in his letters constant references to the kindness with which he was treated in London. Holmes could not see him in some ingenious way on Wednesday as a friend; but with his experienced, acute observation, to look at him also as a physician, to note how he is and what he judges of him comparatively since he last saw him. Want to hand-make limited editions of your book and sell them on Etsy? Another letter, evidently foreshadowing a foreign appointment from the newly elected President, contains this passage "Do make some inquiries about Portugal; as, for instance, in what part of the world it lies, and whether it is an empire, a kingdom, or a republic.
It is not a good nor a weighty book, nor does it deserve any great amount either of praise or censure. It is desirable, too, to know what have been the fortunes and final catastrophes of his family and intimate friends since his death, down to as recent a period as the death of Lockhart. It would suit me better to come for a visit when the spring of next year is a little advanced, and if you renew your hospitable proposition then, I shall probably be glad to accept it; though I have now been a hermit so long, that the thought affects me somewhat as it would to invite a lobster or a crab to step out of his shell. On one hand, one of the authors is a paleontologist, and every reconstruction is consistent with all the known evidence about the animals in question. Soon, however, it was whispered about that the famous American romance-writer has in the room, and an enthusiastic English lady, a genuine admirer and intelligent reader of his books, ran for her album and attacked him for "a few words and his name at the end.
However, if I can make readable sketches out of them, it is no matter. Hall as "one of the best and warmest-hearted women in the world. On the 8th of November came a long letter from him "I foresee that there is little probability of my getting the first chapter ready by the 15th, although I have a resolute purpose to write it by the end of the month. He enjoyed floating about, in a sort of unknown way, among the rotund and rubicund figures made jolly with ale and port-wine.
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Give my kindest regards to Mrs. Sunday night, however, a compress of linen wrung in cold water cured him, with belladonna. He wrote to me from 24 George Street, Hanover Square, and told me he delighted in London, and wished he could spend a year there.
The sun shone brightly, and the air was sweet and pleasant, as if death had never entered the world. At Rome, too, it was not much better. For my part, I think it much my best romance; but I can see some points where it is open to assault.
Give my regards to everybody, and my love to half a dozen. When I get home, I will try to write a more genial book; but the Devil himself always seems to get into my inkstand, and I can only exorcise him by pensful at a time. It is the strangest and yet the fittest thing in the jumble of human vicissitudes, that he, out of so many millions, unlooked for, unselected by any intelligible process that could be based upon his genuine qualities, unknown to those who chose him, and unsuspected of what endowments may adapt him for his tremendous responsibility, should have found the way open for him to fling his lank personality into the chair of state,--where, I presume, it was his first impulse to throw his legs on the council-table, and tell the Cabinet Ministers a story.
To be sure, we cannot always see our hands before us for fog; but I like fog, and do not care about seeing my hand before me. It was dated "Monday eve,"and here are some extracts from it "I have just sent Mr.
They will go to the Isles of Shoals together probably, before their return. If I could but go to England now, I think that the sea voyage and the 'Old Home' might set me all right. Instead of coming, he sent this reply "I thank you for your kind invitation to hear the grand instrument; but it offers me no inducement additional to what I should always have for a visit to your abode.
F and yourself for your kind hospitality, past and prospective. Indeed, the first chapters of a story ought always to be the last written If not, reserve your ultimate conclusion about the country until you have done so.
I don't mean to let you see the first chapters till I have written the final sentence of the story. Others have long been neglected and are now, probably, the stuff dissertations are made of: Charles James Louis Gilson, William Heyliger, Louise Lamprey, and Elizabeth Turner are just a few of the latter.
Hawthorne Whenever I look at Hawthorne's portrait, and that is pretty often, some new trait or anecdote or reminiscence comes up and clamors to be made known to those who feel an interest in it. Yesterday's Classics makes titles available as printed books, as ebooks in both Kindle and EPUB format, and as online texts through Gateway to the Classics.
In fact, I wish the very site had been obliterated before I ever saw it. I have been up and alert ever since his return, but one day I was obliged, when he was busy, to run off and lie down for fear I should drop before his eyes.
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