Put him on Juan Fernandez, and he would make a spelling-book first, and a salt- pan afterward. In ccelum, jusseris, ibit, a or ... Yet, after all, thin, speculative Jonathan is more like the Englishman of two centuries ago than John Bull himself is. He has lost somewhat in solidity, has become fluent and adaptable, but more of the original groundwork of character remains. He feels ... as of the Seen. To move John, you must make your fulcrum of solid beef and pudding 134 INTRODUCTION.
|Title||:||Fable for critics. Bigelow papers. Unhappy lot of Mr. Knott. An oriental apologue|
|Author||:||James Russell Lowell|