- 1church bell by guess. The arrival of our boats was a rare
- 2of a literary critic. History and adventure, then, seem
- 3and of such achievement as the world had never seen before.
- 4friendship too) I may well permit myself to make that statement,
- 5He strove to peer about him, but the feeble ray of the
- 6are replaced by the exact simplicity of perfected Eugenics.
- 7of the everyday life and an insight into the spirit animating
- 8It is a book of ocean travel — not, however, as understood
- 9steps were ahead of him, and then a long brick tunnel in
- 10and to the first policeman he meets will say those very
- 11They embrace the colours of sunset, the peace of starlight,
- 12I advise you, my dear, to be careful how you let such a
- 13and gunpowder. The latter article was required for a very
- 14with great casuistical erudition the debates in the saintly
- 15all in Europe are Christians that is true enough. To many
- 16The book is not a record of globe-trotting. I regret it.
- 17unlocked the door at the foot of the steps. He turned,
- 18of mine which had also been published lately. I was truly
- 19With that year one may say, with some justice, that the
- 20his shade those jeers and curses from which that impartial
- 21had come across his northerly camp and he feared that they
- 22and gave to so many the initial impulse towards a glorious
- 23in their existence. His morality is honourable and conventional.
- 24Meantime the inhabitants had flocked in their tens of thousands
- 25tables, and lifting Helen Cumberly, carried her half-way
- 26of the everyday life and an insight into the spirit animating
- 27these are well-known. They lie open to this prodigal world
- 28and human, so independent of the transitory formulas and
- 29was scarcely superior to an English cottager. At night
- 30to suffer, fit to struggle, fit to win, fit to lose, in
- 31Anatole France is something of a Socialist; and in that
- 32sake of his excellence, the patriotic bias at her expense.
- 33man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana
- 34as a matter of fact he did not say, he will go forth now,
- 35Republican, will succeed no doubt in being a good Socialist.
- 36in England. I asked him if there was anybody he wanted
- 37with stating that they were poor natives of the place,
- 38of M. Anatole France’s prose; but no material limits
- 39utterance of a hasty and untruthful excuse made by a lady
- 40young advocate, his defender, has half persuaded him of
- 41event in this quiet retired corner of the world; and nearly
- 42part of a great fighting machine was presented with an
- 43stalks abroad, invisible, upon his career of vagabondage
- 44Turgenev could wish for than to find in the English-speaking
- 45steps were ahead of him, and then a long brick tunnel in
- 46ship. It was a trough of stone, a vessel of hollowed granite.
- 47casually in the miraculous trough of stone from coast to
- 48On my next visit to town we met at a lunch. I saw a young
- 49mist seemed to float above the water. This mist had a familiar
- 50visible world and an unerring instinct for the significant,