My dear Cottle, ... Public affairs are in strange confusion. I am
afraid that I shall prove, at least, as good a Prophet as Bard. Oh,
doom'd to fall, my country! enslaved and vile! But may God make me
a foreboder of evils never to come! I have heard from Sheridan,
desiring me to write a tragedy. I have no genius that way; Robert
Southey has. I think highly of his 'Joan of Arc' and cannot help
prophesying, that he will be known to posterity, as Shakspeare's
great grandson. I think he will write a tragedy or tragedies.
Kessinger Publishing Co
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• Ford Madox Ford
||235 x 190 x 21mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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