Tag Archives: 1900th century fiction

Sleepreading

Dearest, I have of late added to my list of peculiarities the habit of not sleeping very well. Possibly I’m responding to your hypothetical Vicar beckoning to come help bring order to the vestry or to ring the changes, and … Continue reading

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Howard’s End

My Dear, You will be glad to know that your letter has not only arrived, but is serving that most worthy of purposes: a bookmark, as I make my rapid way through Howard’s End. A title that is that rarest … Continue reading

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