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Moore versus Harris : An intimate correspondence between George Moore and Frank Harris relating to the Brook Kerith, Heloise and Abelard, astonishing criticism of George Bernard Shaw, Moore's rejection of Oscar Wilde as an artist, important and amazing statements about other contemporary men of letters, disclosing the true valuation George Moore places on his own personality and books. Including facsimile reproductions of letters and auction records of some of the letters printed herein, also caricatures by Max Beerbohm and by the late Claude Lovat Fraser.

Title:Moore versus Harris : An intimate correspondence between George Moore and Frank Harris relating to the Brook Kerith, Heloise and Abelard, astonishing criticism of George Bernard Shaw, Moore's rejection of Oscar Wilde as an artist, important and amazing statements about other contemporary men of letters, disclosing the true valuation George Moore places on his own personality and books. Including facsimile reproductions of letters and auction records of some of the letters printed herein, also caricatures by Max Beerbohm and by the late Claude Lovat Fraser.
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Note:Detroit : [s.n.], 1921
  
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