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date: 27 May 2024

J. C. Squire 1884–1958
English man of letters 

  1. But I'm not so think as you drunk I am.
    ‘Ballade of Soporific Absorption’ (1931)
  2. God heard the embattled nations sing and shout
    ‘Gott strafe England!’ and ‘God save the King!’
    God this, God that, and God the other thing—
    ‘Good God!’ said God, ‘I've got my work cut out.’
    ‘The Dilemma’ (1916)
  3. It did not last: the Devil howling ‘Ho!
    Let Einstein be!’ restored the status quo.
    ‘In continuation of Pope on Newton’ (1926); see Pope