excerpt from 'About Myself, 1863–1930' pp. 57 (105 words)

excerpt from 'About Myself, 1863–1930' pp. 57 (105 words)

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About Myself, 1863–1930

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Early in my adult life I mixed with older folks than myself and would trail miles to a lecture, to a concert or to hear a sermon by a famous preacher, and went, when I could, to the theatre, or music hall, etc. I spent many a threepence in the gallery of the old Huddersfield Theatre; [...] I have gone twice a week to see the famous actors of that day in Shakespearian plays. I once went to foreign opera, but not being cultivated up to it, and as I couldn’t tell a word they said— not knowing Italian—well, I didn’t go again.

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