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Fortitude In The Face Of Little Lord Fauntleroys: P G Wodehouse

I don’t know why it is, but I’ve never been able to bear with fortitude anything in the shape of a kid with golden curls. Confronted with one, I feel the urge to step on him or drop things on … Continue reading

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Mr Ruskin: Osbert Lancaster

Mr Ruskin, whose distinction it was to express in prose of incomparable grandeur thought of an unparalleled confusion. Osbert Lancaster Pillar To Post (1938) The portrait of John Ruskin (c.1854) is by John Everett Millais. Via Wikimedia.

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