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Critical Essay by A. B. Walkley

SOURCE: '"E. V.' and Proust," in More Prejudice, William Heinemann Ltd., 1923, pp. 52-5.

In the following excerpt, Walkley offers positive comments on Genevra's Money.

There is one saying that I often wish Elia had added to his essays on Popular Fallacies: Easy writing makes hard reading. In the long run, if a man writes easily, it is because he is, like the M.P. who introduced the Liquor Bill, full of his subject; or, even if he be full of emptiness, he is in a blithe mood. In either case the reader profits; he will have gained something, either knowledge or, what is much better, happiness. No easy writings make more happy readings for me than do those of Mr. E. V. Lucas. (It is easy to see why, with E.V.L. at...

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