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Though of course he must have something of a voice the made singer owes the
better part of his accomplishment to training; with taste and musical ability he can
eke out the relative poverty of his organ and his singing can afford a great deal ...
He owes his originality to an idiosyncrasy, not of course peculiar to himself, that
had never before found expression on the stage. The English, whatever they
were in the Elizabethan era, are not an amorous race. Love with them is more ...
I have gone my way, following the course I had mapped out for myself, and trying
with my works to fill out the pattern I looked for. I think authors are unwise who do
not read criticisms. It is salutary to train oneself to be no more affected by ...
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