Thursday, October 22, 2015
From A Saintsbury Miscellany: Selections from His Essays and Scrap Books, by George Saintsbury
"Afflicted wirth curious patches of mental blindness as to some things in books and life; but not seriously damaged as to his vision and creation in others. Not likely to be a happy man and only too likely to make others unhappy, without the slightest intention of doing so, or indeed clear perception of having done it..."
From Personal Sketches