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- n. the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect)
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W.H.P. The last piece of writing from Sandwich is the following memorandum:
He stood up, reached for a piece of writing paper, placed it in the centre of the desk; lifted his glass of arguardiente and with a swift movement shot out the dregs across the paper.
It's the first sustained piece of writing Heinlein ever attempted, in the year 1938, during a turbulent period in both his life and the life of the nation.
Letter 84 is a very remarkable piece of writing even in Rutherford, and the readers of this letter would gladly learn more than even its eloquent pages tell them about the woman who could draw such a letter out of Samuel Rutherford's mind and heart, the woman who was also the honoured mother of such a student and such a minister as John Brown of Wamphray.