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Houghton Mifflin, 1913 - 317 pages
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Page 2 - Are you impatient with this young man ? He has little character for the moment. Most youths are like Pope's women — they have no character at all. And indeed a character that does not wait for circumstances to shape it is of small worth in the race that must be run. To be set too early, is to take the work out of the hands of the Sculptor who fashions men. Happily a youth is always at school...
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