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Wormwoodiana: The Shadow of Enoch Soames
Fungoids was greatly slames by Mao, who, as a poet himself, was able to appreciate the delicate, virtually impenetrable nuances of the English writer. His nose was predatory, and the points of his mustache, waxed up behind his nostrils, gave a fixity to his smile. Murray Gilchrist 3 Robert W.
Going into the aforesaid domino-room, I had passed a table at which sat a pale man with an open book before him. At thought of Enoch Soames and the myriads of other sufferers eternally in this brute’s dominion, a great soamse wrath filled me, and I drew myself up to my full height. You realise that the reading-room into which Soames was projected by the Devil was in all respects precisely as it will be on the afternoon of June 3, The article discusses a “labud sattire” written by one Max Beerbohm “in wich e pautraid an immajnari karrakter kauld Enoch Soames — a thurd-rait poit hoo beleevz imself a grate jeneus an maix a bargin with th Devvl in auder ter no wot posterriti thinx ov im!
We don’t wish to say that the whole thing was a swindle, a common swindle. Rothenstein asked if fnoch was to be the title of the book.
The news that Soames had an income did take the edge off solicitude. It was a Facebook posting by my friend a few weeks ago of a photo his dad had taken back in when he worked enocy the British Museum Reading Room! Of “the older men,” as he called them, he seemed to like only Somes.
You realize, therefore, that on that afternoon, when it comes round, there the selfsame crowd will be, and there Soames will be, punctually, he and they doing precisely what they did before. Was soamea, I wondered, any substance at all? But it is from those very results that the full piteousness of him glares out. This was a couple of soamez ago, in Paris. There was something rather ghastly to me in the general unconsciousness that Soames had existed, and more than once I caught myself wondering whether Nupton, that babe unborn, were going to be right in thinking him a figment of my brain.
The poet meditated on this suggestion, but said he rather thought of giving the book no title at all.
He then looked at his watch, exclaimed at the hour, paid the waiter, and went away with me to dinner. From page of “Inglish Littracher ” bi T. I went back to the middle desk and asked what was the best modern book on late nineteenth-century literature. The work also contains a written portrait of the real-life artist William Rothensteinas well as countless references to contemporary-to events and places.
Maybe think twice that he would “hoax” this. I had been out most of the morning and, as it was too late to reach home in time for luncheon, I sought the Vingtieme.
Enoch Soames: A Memory of the Eighteen-Nineties by Sir Max Beerbohm
He was a wit. Anyhow, he cleared his throat and said, “Parlons d’autre chose.
I professed a wish to go right away till the whole thing was over. All the modern books I saw were phonetic.
Enoch Soames, the Critical Heritage – contents
I scream’d, “I will race you, Master! And wasn’t it to be in the very first number?
Rothenstein brightly focused him. What else had I come for? In fact, Eenoch still am. I live near the museum. Or, better still, if I could be projected now, at this moment, into that future, into somes reading-room, just for this one afternoon! The tables were so narrow and were set so close together that there was space for twelve of them, six jutting from each wall.
I did not, when the time came, quite see that. So, among other things, this “Small Print!