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shaking out unfinished pages from between sheets of blotting paper, and
deposits of old bills, and making up a small book of table talk, which shall appear
as a proof to the younger generation that Desmond was the most gifted of us all.
This club lasted for many years without ever extracting from Desmond that
masterpiece which it was still hoped that he might produce. The Woolfs'
experiment was different in its means but similar in its general purpose. The aim
was, quite ...
A week later, when the drama in the Low Countries was reaching its climax,
Desmond MacCarthy and G. E. Moore came to stay at Monk's House-Desmond
battered and dishevelled, but charming and talkative as ever; Moore, at sixty-five
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography