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Sir Charles Ruthen

I ALWAYS think that one of the most difficult things to write well is a monograph dealing with a living personality, particularly when one has received many kindnesses at his hands. It is so easy to become nauseatingly fulsome with cheap laudatory epithets which the reader imagines have been written with the tongue in the cheek : it is equally easy to write a sort of prolonged abstract from "Who’s Who."