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Excerpt from Points of Friction
Therefore it is unwise to gibe at his tory because we do not chance to know it. It pleases us to gibe at anything we do not know, but the process is not en lightening. In the second year of the war, the English Nation commented approvingly on the words of an English novelist who strove to make clear that the only things which count for any of us, individually or collectively, are the unrecorded minutiae of our lives. His tory, said this purveyor of fiction, is concerned with the rather absurd and theatrical doings of a few people, which, after all, have never altered the fact that we do all of us live on from day to day, and only want to be let alone.
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Book Description Ayer Co Pub, Boston, 1920. hardcover. Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP14013425
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