"...he is the
only unroyal outsider whose arrival in London can compete for attention
with an eclipse."
Mark Twain, Following the Equator
"Dollis Hill House"
courtesy of Mark Twain
suggestion of city here; it is country, pure and simple, and is as
still and reposeful as is
of the sea...Dollis Hill comes nearer to
being a paradise than any other home I ever occupied." letter to
Twitchell, 6.12.1900, London, England, as
quoted in Summer in Paradise
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