H. M. Tomlinson | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Robert Lynd

This literature criticism consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis & critique of H. M. Tomlinson.
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Critical Essay by Robert Lynd

SOURCE: "Mr. H. M. Tomlinson," in Books and Authors, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1923, pp. 252-59.

In the following essay, Lynd offers an appreciation of Tomlinson and his works.

Mr. Tomlinson is a born traveller. There are two sorts of travellers—those who do what they are told and those who do what they please. Mr. Tomlinson has never moved about the world in obedience to a guide-book. He would find it almost as difficult to read a guide-book as to write one. He never echoes other men's curiosity. He travels for the purpose neither of information nor conversation. He has no motive but whim. His imagination goes roaming; and, his imagination and his temper being such as they are, he is out on his travels even if he gets no farther than Limehouse or...

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