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(1908-1925) [MARC]
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everlasting fame,—a genius driven on by those mysterious
energies of the brain that tear at the lifestrings forever.
He was a man of power deathless and unutterable,
dreaming of impossible ideals, only to grow rebellious
and tempestuous at heart when he found those ideals too
high to he fulfilled. He was a man destined to be
praised and idolized by rich and poor alike. He was a
social asset, sought and courted for his society; a genial
center in every gathering; the chief speaker wherever
he went. He was a man who was hated by the few and
loved by the many. He was a poet, orator, historian,
philosopher, companion, and friend all in one, with
that comprehensive grasp that accompanies only the
great.

Foremost of all his interests in life, was his love for

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