Letters on Literature, by Andrew Lang


Dear Mr. Way,

After so many letters to people who never existed, may I venture a short one, to a person very real to me, though I have never seen him, and only know him by his many kindnesses? Perhaps you will add another to these by accepting the Dedication of a little work, of a sort experimental in English, and in prose, though Horace — in Latin and in verse — was successful with it long ago?

Very sincerely yours,


To W. J. Way, Esq. Topeka, Kansas.


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