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Page 76 - The disreputable lingo of Cockayne is henceforth justified before the world ; for a man of genius has taken it in hand, and has shown, beyond all cavilling, that in its way it also is a medium for literature. You are grateful, and you say to yourself, half in envy and half in admiration : *' Here is a book ; here, or one is a Dutchman, is one of the books of the year." ' — National Observer. ' "Barrack-Room Ballads" contains some of the best work that Mr. Kipling has ever done, which is saying...
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