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H.A. Guerber

  • ... what is seen must always be the outcome of much that is unseen.

  • Rooted in the mythology of all primitive races is the belief in a land of peace and happiness, a sort of earthly paradise, once possessed by man, but now lost, and only to be attained again by the virtuous.

  • The cold hand of history, which is for ever robbing us of some of our oldest and best cherished stories, points rigidly to the fact that no such person as King Arthur ever presided over a Round Table. Be this as it may, romance still hugs her heroes to her heart as possessions to be not willingly let die.

H.A. Guerber, English historian

(1859 - 1929)

Full name: Hélène Adeline Guerber.