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“Fortunately for my readers I have received from Sir Edward Sullivan, who was a contemporary of Oscar both at school and college, an exceedingly vivid and interesting pen-picture of the lad, one of those astounding masterpieces of portraiture only to be produced by the plastic sympathies of boyhood and the intimate intercourse of years lived in common.”
“John Mercer Langston, United States Minister and Consul General to Hayti, and one of the most remarkable, scholarly, and diplomatic men the colored race in America has produced, drew the following pen-picture:”
“We may note that there is another and even better pen-picture of Cheyne-Stokes respiration in the Hippocratic collection.”
The Legacy of Greece Essays By: Gilbert Murray, W. R. Inge, J. Burnet, Sir T. L. Heath, D'arcy W. Thompson, Charles Singer, R. W. Livingston, A. Toynbee, A. E. Zimmern, Percy Gardner, Sir Reginald Blomfield
“The following graphic pen-picture will give the reader an accurate idea of the picturesque scene of the disaster:”
“It seems impossible to give so adequate a pen-picture of the World's Fair as to impart to the reader an accurate idea of its true grandeur.”
“For, we longed to try the relish of some of the exquisite pomological exhibits, whose multiformity was too immense to be portrayed in a pen-picture.”
“No pen-picture can be drawn of their effect on the nerves; their unearthly melody must be heard.”
“I have spared no effort to make the following pages interesting as well as truthful, and to present, in graphic language, a pen-picture of our nation's origin and progress.”
“Whether he is giving us a pen-picture of Mr. CHURCHILL conducting Admiralty business from”
“Dickens, who rendered so many valuable services in describing the buildings of old London, has left a characteristic pen-picture of this tavern.”
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