chapter  72
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Anecdotes of Goldsmith by a friend and enemy, George Colman (the younger) in his Random Records, 1830

By the way, it is strange that Yorick should incline rather to that which has no Form, and that Goldsmith should be all Form, as I myself aspired to be when the worthy Germans had convinced themselves, that the peculiarity of true humour is to have no Form ...