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" And if I were, we all know whether we like a book or whether we don't.' '" Like ! " ' he echoed. ' To " like " and to " criticise " Men are paid to criticise books when they can do it; it's thought to be worth payment. Editors, who don't exactly bubble... "
A Daughter of the Philistines - Page 74
by Leonard Merrick - 1897 - 300 pages
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Cynthia, a Daughter of the Philistines, Volume 1

Leonard Merrick - 1896
...know— are all prepared to tell him how his books should be written.' ' I am not Miss Pugh of Putney, 1 she said. ' And if I were, we all know whether we...who don't exactly bubble over with generosity, sign cheques for reviews. / don't pretend to teach Mr. Smith how to make his shoes; I've sense enough to...
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Cynthia

Leonard Merrick - Marriage - 1919 - 350 pages
...any laws to know—are all prepared to tell him how his books should be written." "I am not Miss Pink of Putney," she said. "And if I were, we all know...who don't exactly bubble over with generosity, sign cheques for reviews. I don't pretend to teach Mr. Smith how to make his shoes; I've sense enough to...
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The Works of Leonard Merrick: Cynthia

Leonard Merrick - English fiction - 1919
...any laws to know—are all prepared to tell him how his books should be written." "I am not Miss Pink of Putney," she said. "And if I were, we all know whether we like a book or whether we don't." CISC " 'Like'!" he echoed. "To 'like' and to 'critiMen are paid to criticise books when they can do...
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