I must say for myself, however, that in my essay I was not particularly considering the character of the successful man, except in so far ... When Mr. Midhurst was worrying the affections, I felt that it was difficult to get the prey out of his mouth.
|Title||:||Ellesmere's plan for a new essay. On the miseries of human life. Life not so miserable. On pleasantness. Conversation upon pleasantness. Lover's quarrels. Rowing down the river Moselle. On government. Despotism. The farm-yard. Chiefly showing the need for tolerance|
|Author||:||Sir Arthur Helps|