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The very unconventionality — nay, even the frequent incorrectness of his style and vocabulary, have a certain attractiveness; and when one realizes how expressive of his character that style and that vocabulary are, one feels something akin to revolt against any endeavour to revise the text of his letters.

The Romantic Age. Letters of Edward John Trelawny. From the Introduction.


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