Letter from Archibald Lampman to William Wilfred Campbell




There is never any thing to be gained by getting up a row. Let each of us silently possess his own soul and envelope whatever is brightest and best in it and give the product to the world when we can, and as we can, after moulding it to the fairest shape possible. There is little enough true work being done, and it is a shame that those who have a portion [sic] of ? gift to do it should waste their...