Postscript

J. M. Barrie (1860-1937), the creator of Peter Pan, had been looking forward to meeting with the poet A. E. Housman (1859-1936). In December 1922, a meeting between the two was arranged in Trinity College, Cambridge. It turned out that it was a dinner party. Rather shy, Barrie was not fond of going to parties or places […]

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An Ingenious Postman

It’s been known how determined and ingenious some postal authorities can be. There have been many anecdotes about it and here’s one of them. It’s said that a postal officer received a letter addressed to: Wood Mr. Mass.

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