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HEN DAVID GARRICK had a dispute
with the gentle and mysterious
Junius, he was called a vagabond and told to attend to his pantomimes. He attended to his pantomimes and continued the dispute. The same remark might be hurled at me, with about the same result.
I am now a licensed dealer in legs, shortskirts, French adaptations, Shakespeare, taste and the musical glasses. I am no longer a professional writer toiling for my living,
amateur writing when I think I have something to say. Perhaps I ain mistaken; perhaps not. I regard the literary man, or the writing machine, as a barrel