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" Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision and delight ; I dote on Bashville I could read of him for ever ; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave ; Bashville est magnifique, mais il n'est... "
The admirable Bashville; or, Constancy unrewarded: being the novel of Cashel ... - Page 1
by Bernard Shaw - 1907 - 74 pages
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The letters of Robert Louis Stevenson to his family and friends, Volume 2

Robert Louis Stevenson - Literary Collections - 1899
...is the chief point in a narrator. As a whole, it is (of course) a fever dream of the most feverish. Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision... I could read of him for ever ; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one BashviHe, and I am his devoted slave ; Bashville est magnifique,...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson: Letters to his family and ...

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1899
...is the chief point in a narrator. As a whole, it is (of course) a fever dream of the most feverish. Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision... I could read of him for ever; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave; Bashville est magnifique,...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 24

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1899
...is the chief point in a narrator. As a whole, it is (of course) a fever dream of the most feverish. Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision... I could read of him for ever; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave; Bashville est magnifique,...
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Cashel Byron's Profession: Newly Rev., with Several Prefaces and an Essay on ...

Bernard Shaw - Boxers (Sports) - 1901 - 376 pages
...with Cashel Byron." THE END The Admirable Bashville "Over Bashville the footman I howled with derisiou and delight. I dote on Bashville: I could read of him for ever: dc Bashville je suis le fervent: there is only one Bashville; and I am his devoted slave: Bashville...
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Cashel Byron's Profession

Bernard Shaw - Drama - 1907 - 349 pages
...brought on by the terrible injuries sustained by him in his celebrated fight with Cashel Byron." THE END THE ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE " Over Bashville the footman...dote on Bashville : I could read of him for ever : de Bas/iville je suis It fervent : there is only one Bashville ; and I am his devoted slave : Bashville...
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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson to His Family and Friends, Volume 2

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1907
...is the chief point in a narrator. As a whole, it is (of course) a fever dream of the most feverish. Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision... I could read of him for ever; de Bashville jc suis Ic fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave; Bashville est magnifique,...
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The admirable Bashville; or, Constancy unrewarded: being the novel of Cashel ...

Bernard Shaw - Drama - 1907 - 74 pages
...NOTE ON MODERN PRIZEFIGHTING Price, $o cents net Tk gift of Roy Leventritt HARVARD COLLEGE LI BRARYJ&3 The Admirable Bashville "Over Bashville the footman...delight. I dote on Bashville: I could read of him forever: de Bashvillejesuisle fervent: there is only one Bashville; and I am his devoted slave: Bashville...
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Essays on modern novelists

William Lyon Phelps - Fiction - 1910 - 293 pages
...of Bernard Shaw's story, Cashel Byron's Profession, and Stevenson wrote in reply from Saranac Lake, "Over Bashville the footman I howled with derision... I could read of him for ever ; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave. ... It is all mad, mad...
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George Bernard Shaw: His Life and Works,a Critical Biography (authorized)

Archibald Henderson - Critics - 1911 - 528 pages
...doctrine of " equal rights for all, special privileges for none." Who cannot sympathize with Stevenson : " I dote on Bashville I could read of him for ever ; de Bashville je suis le fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave; Bashville est magnifique,...
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George Bernard Shaw: His Life and Works,a Critical Biography (authorized)

Archibald Henderson - Critics - 1911 - 528 pages
...doctrine of " equal rights for all, special privileges for none." Who cannot sympathize with Stevenson : " I dote on Bashville I could read of him for ever ; de Bashvtlle fe suis It fervent there is only one Bashville, and I am his devoted slave ; Bashville...
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