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‘The Letter of Lord Chandos’ by Hugo von Hofmannsthal

Hugo von Hofmannsthal The Letter of Lord Chandos   THIS is the letter Philip, Lord Chandos, younger son of the Earl of Bath, wrote to Francis Bacon, later Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, apologizing for his complete abandonment of literary

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