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|I am given to understand, the Ambassador continued, that An Elegy, written in low spirits not long after he landed, was exceptionally commended by Dr Anderson, the editorial manager of the 'English Poets,' who anticipated from it that the writer would turn into an awesome artist; however Campbell demonstrated to himself a superior faultfinder when he described it as 'extremely uninteresting undoubtedly.' Many of his relaxation hours were topped off with interpretations of his most loved works of art, outstandingly with what he calls his old comic drama of the Mists of Aristophanes, yet of these it is pointless to talk. All the Kerr drank.|