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The book is a remarkable achievement ... [but] leaves too much an impression that any silly unimportant reviewer could disturb and make him angry. He was subject to as much rot about Jude and the poems as ever writer was, and sometimes it came from people of distinction, but though he was naturally wounded I don't think they should be given this opportunity of finding him replying to them or meditating replies. I liked best the statement several times repeated that his sense of humour was too strong for them.


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