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Gladstone was at C. with me. I had met him before, but had never seen him so nearly. Very pleasant, and very interesting he was, even when he discoursed on Homer, where most people think him a little hobby-horsical: let him be. His hobby-horse is of the intellect and with a grace.

The Letters of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Letter to the Duke of Argyll, May 28, 1862


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