Sir Roger Goes to Switzerland

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Chapter CXXVI

Sir Roger Goes to Switzerland.

It has been said, I think by André Tridon, that it is such a pity that God has no Christian name — for if He had, what anecdotes could not Frank Harris tell about Him?

But I cannot see that this has anything to do with the subject of our chapter, and though I could lead on to it — quis dubi — tat? — why should I? Art cannot be forced. Audax omnia perpeti gens humana ruit per vetitum nefas — libellum! So I might call the chapter De amicitiis Francisci Harris, tell the scandal about the Holy Ghost, and call God Walter Pater.

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