ROUND ABOUT A PREFACE
The title has become equivocal, since there are more
green shades in employment now than were dreamed of
by Andrew Marvell. Science is a great maker of
homophones, without ...
"I have often wished that I could write a novel in which, as mostly in life, thank goodness, nothing happens," wrote Maurice Hewlett near the end of a literary career devoted to the intrigues of medie...
On 31 December 1900, the same day that Thomas Hardy penned "The Darkling Thrush," Maurice Hewlett wrote to his wife: I hope I have a good deal of work before me,--indeed I hope that my name will be kn...