Eugene Field, a Study in Heredity and Contradictions — Volume 2
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In the loving Memory which his brother Roswell contributed to the Sabine Edition of Eugene Field's Little Book of Western Verse, he says: Comradeship was the indispensable factor in my brother's life. It was strong in his youth: it grew to be an imperative necessity in later life. In the theory that it is sometimes good to be alone he had little or no faith. From the time of Eugene's coming to Chicago until my marriage, in 1887, I was his closest comrade and almost constant companion. At the Daily News office, for a time, we shared the same room and then the adjoining rooms of which I have spoken. Field was known about the office as my habit, a relationship which gave point to the touching appeal which served as introduction to he dearly cherished manuscript copy, in two volumes, of nearly one hundred of his poems, which was his wedding gift to Mrs. Thompson.
- Category: Biography
- Published: 01 January 1935
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 309 Pages
- Language: English