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  • Title Page 3
  • Foreword 5
  • A Portrait 9
  • Acknowledgments 16
  • Contents 17
  • Writers 19
  • Bennett, Wells and Trollope - 1930 21
  • Lytton Strachey - And the Art of Biography Circa 1934 31
  • Ausonius - 1933 50
  • Galsworthy - 1933 55
  • William Somerset Maugham - 1934 61
  • W. H. Davies - 1934 69
  • Kipling - 1936 76
  • Leslie Stephen - 1937 83
  • Maupassant - 1938 97
  • Hardy - 1940 108
  • James Joyce - 1941 113
  • Lermontov - Circa 1942 121
  • Landor - 1942 129
  • Walt Whitman - 1945 132
  • Last Words on Wells - 1946 137
  • Siegfried Sassoon - 1946 141
  • Logan Pearsall Smith - 1946 145
  • Tennyson - 1946 149
  • Thurber and Lear - 1951 157
  • People 163
  • Dr Watson - 1929 165
  • Bloomsbury An Unfinished Memoir - 1933 172
  • Roger Fry - And the Post-Impressionist Exhibition of 1910 1945 176
  • Pet Marjory - 1945 186
  • Max Beerbohm - 1946 192
  • In Praise of Spiders - 1948 199
  • Two Short Reminiscences 202
  • A Memoir of Youth 205
  • Shooting with Wilfrid Blunt - 1951 218
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