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The recent publication of the official biography of Melvil Deweycalled by the editor a biographic compilation, and to my mind a most disappointing book, in which, amidst the appreciations and eulogies of his friends and admirers, the real man makes only a fitful appearancesuggests that my own...
It may be true, as Quetelet declared, that the study of the individual does not conduce to a comprehensive appreciation of psychological laws. It is arguable that individual man must be regarded only as a member of a species, and any personal idiosyncracies must be ruled out if general results...
To suggest in a literary journal that say Jack Hobbs at the Oval has given as great pleasure to humanity, both qualitative and quantitative, as Velasquez at the Prado, approaches aesthetic heresy and also opens up an interminable argument. Without entering upon the argumentwhich may be found in...
The Editor of Library Review has invited me to write an article on my literary beginnings. It is a task at one and the same time happy andwell, if not sad it does make one aware of how the sunrise blooms and withers on the hill. I might best begin with the return of my people from South America...
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