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Contents Introduction by Hermione Lee EditorÆs Note Master-Spirits Jane Austen EmmaÆs Fancy William Blake The Unfading Vision Samuel Taylor Coleridge Talking Through the Darkness Sarah Orne Jewett The News from Dunnet Landing George Eliot The Will to Good Not Herself Mrs. Oliphant The Heart and Soul of Carlingford The Mystery of Mrs. Oliphant The Victorians Called Against His Will The Need for Open Spaces In the Golden Afternoon Old Foss and Friend The Sound of Tennyson The June-blue Heaven Twice-Born William Morris His Daily Bread Something Sweet to Come ôWhatever Is Unhappy Is Immoralö Arts and Crafts Lasting Impressions Designs and Devices The Gospel of Joyous Work Rhyme and Meter Obstacles The Poetry Bookshop Miss LottiÆs Story A Questioning Child The Consolations of Housman M. R. James Monty and His Ghosts The World of Punch Thin, Fat, and Crazy EvoeÆs Choice KipperÆs Line Yeats and his Circle A Bird Tied to a String Too Long a Sacrifice Lily and Lolly Monsieur Moore of Mayo New Women and Newer Dear Sphinx Out of the Stream Keeping Warm The Real Johnny Hall An All Right Girl Passion, Scholarship, and Influence Bloomsbury A Way into Life Breathing Together Living Doll and Lilac Fairy Moderns and Anti-Moderns The Great Encourager A Student of Oblivion Dame Cissie Raging Martyr The Near and the Far Betrayed by His Century The Only Member of His Club The Forties and After WhatÆs Happening in the Engine Room A Kind of Magician The Man from Narnia ôNot at All Whimsicalö An Unforgettable Voice Joy and Fear ôReally, One Should Burn Everythingö Precious Moments Gone Writers and Witnesses 1980û2000 Writers A Secret Richness A Character in One of GodÆs Dreams The Great Importance of Small Things Fried Nappy To Remember Is to Forgive Luck Dispensers Watchers and Waiters What Daisy Knew Witnesses GrandmotherÆs Footsteps A Fortunate Man Places The Grange The Moors CanalettoÆs Venice The Holy Land Life and Letters Curriculum Vitae Scenes of Childhood Thinking of Balcombe Well Walk Schooldays Aspects of Fiction Following the Plot Hearing Them Speak Why I Write How I Write: DaisyÆs Interview Coda Last Words Index
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