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McCabe, Joseph


Life and Letters of George Jacob Holyoake (in 2 volumes)




Watts and Company
















Quoted from the "Introduction" written by Edward Owen Greening. "The invitation to write an Introduction to Mr. McCabe's "Life of George Jacob Holyoake" I accept with the greater readiness because I have been privileged to see some of the proofs of the work, and I recognise that in this biography the author confers upon us all a notable service. He sets his hero in a true historical environment, full of interest and enlightening. Here we see how that wonderful character was formed and developed which excited, in those of us who knew
Holyoake well, constant wonder and admiration."

"In the pages which follow this Introduction, Mr. McCabe draws a true and graphic picture of the sad existence which Holyoake condemned himself to lead until long past middle life. The marvel was to note how the struggles, the pitiful pinches, the sad home losses, the desertions of friends, the ingratitudes — all seemed to temper and sweeten the man. He never lost his sense of humour, his keen enjoyment of wit, his happy appreciation of men and things."

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