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Chapter 3: Holmes It was a favorite theory of Oliver Wendell Holmes that every man's biography
he room when the patient was propitiated.
Dr. Holmes did not remain long in the active practice o ttitude during his whole life.
In regard to Holmes's intellectual life, it is a rare thing for a lly new career; and this doubtless happened to Holmes on the publication of the Autocrat of the brea dingly, before they had begun upon their soup, Holmes burst out with the story.
It won immense succ little cruel.
If the tables had been turned, Holmes would have laughed it off, instead of growing ared with Lowell's, to an earlier generation.
Holmes was still influenced by the school of Pope, wh elms in June.
It does not stand recorded how Holmes was affected by Coleridge's Christabel, which t was perhaps partly a result of all this that Holmes was, according to the Quarterly Review, at one bookseller, on being asked if he had any of Dr. Holmes's novels, replied that he had never heard of [19 more...]