All we who write put me in mind of sailors hastily making rafts upon doomed ships. When we break up under the heavy years and go down into eternity with all that is ours our thoughts like small lost rafts float on awhile upon Oblivion's sea. They will not carry much over those tides, our names and a phrase or two and little else.
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Biography
Profession:
Novelist
Nationality:
Irish
Born:
July 24, 1878
Died:
October 25, 1957