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Page 40 - ... to the roots of things, and, the basis of life being material and not spiritual, the analyst inevitably finds himself, sooner or later, handling what this sentimental age calls coarse.
Page 1 - A Mummer's Wife, in virtue of its vividness of presentation and real literary skill, may be regarded as a representative example of the work of a literary school that has of late years attracted to itself a good deal of notoriety."— Spectator. '"A Mummer's Wife ' holds at present a unique position among English novels. It is a conspicuous success of its kind.