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We ran down between Thursday Island and Prince of Wales Island, and we had
lunch, which we ate on the deck house, cold beef, pickles, boiled potatoes, and a
sponge cake. We drank tea. When we got out of shelter of the land we found the ...
He has a ketch in which he travels from island to island, for his parish consists of
eight islands. He is at home very little. His wife has short wavy hair, and if she did
not wear spectacles and were nicely dressed she would be a pretty woman.
From the veranda of the rest-house you see the water through the tall casuarina
trees, the island opposite, and one or two houses. Flowering shrubs bloom with a
wanton profusion. Enormous butterflies, gaily painted, flit from shrub to shrub.
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A compilation of notes kept over his lifetime and published just before Maugham's death. Though there were some pearls of wisdom and insightful comments on writing it was his commentary on daily life ... Read full review