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He always reminded me of Leonard Bast in Howard's End . He did not play tennis
and he did not play play bridge and did not mix at all in the white society of “ the
station ” , living alone in a largish bungalow with a piano , so it was said , and a ...
Eventually he decided to come with me and play tennis , and so one evening ,
fitted out with tennis shoes and a racket , Dutton appeared , to the astonishment
of the habitués , on the courts . Among the habitués or habituées were the two ...
I played hockey with the Punjabi regiment . They were absolutely mad on hockey
and the subaltern asked me to come and play in their practice games whenever I
liked to do so . It was a rather exacting business ; they played like demons and ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jenney - LibraryThing
In the feudal society of Ceylon "I felt that there was some depth of happiness rather than pleasure, of satisfaction, . . . which the western world is losing or has lost." (p 158) Judgments such as ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - robertsgirl - LibraryThing
This is the second book Leonard Woolf wrote of his life. He is a graceful author, and a sensitive man. Good look into an aristocratic young britisher and his growing up. Read full review