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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

far distant. Poor Forster too has been confined to his bed for several days.. .. If ever you see the Examiner (1) you will see what an enthusiast he is about me and my old nonsense of poetry. He threatens to be still more extravagant next Saturday. I believe in his sincerity-but when others praise me, I no more heed them than I heed a plaisterer who praises the Elgin marbles. I send you what has already been printed in Italymy dedication to the Pope and my Preface.(2) Among the poems there is one which you never have seen-it is my best-you and nobody else will perfectly understand it. You must come to Bath for it. Until then, my dear friend, adieu.
Ever affectionately yours,
W. L.

To Mrs Graves-Sawle.
THURSDAY NIGHT [Feb. 1848].
... I always like your recommendation of a book. Long ago I read " Monte Cristo " in French - certainly

1 The Examiner of Jan. 8, 1848, gives the test of Landor's dedication of his "Hellenics" to Pope Pius IX. A long review of the " Hellenics" was published in the Exanziner of Jan. 22.
2 The dedication prefixed to the " Hellenics " had been printed in the Tuscan Atlrelarearna, a journal published at Florence. It was there described as being written by " one of the wisest, most learned, and noblehearted of Englishmen." In the preface to the "Hellenics" Landor says :-" It is hardly to be expected that ladies and gentlemen will leave on a sudden their daily promenade, skirted by Turks and shepherds and knights and plumes and palfreys, of the finest Tunbridge manufacture, to look at these rude frescoes, delineated on an old wall high up, and sadly weak in coloring."

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