chapter  65
Ford Madox Ford Onjoyce 1922
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And that is not to belittle Miss Richardson; for to be infinitely little set over against Mr. Joyce, is to be yet considerable enough. But Mr. Joyce measures his effects by things immense and lasting, Miss Richardson by the passing standards of the lower-middle-class boarding-house. It is as you might say Flaubert against Gissing.