"The dinner last night went off well enough. Mark Twain is a unique creature, on the whole rather endearing. As for [Charles] Leland with his heavy slow Philadelphian flatness, if asked to guess what book that man had written, I should never have dreamed of saying Hans Breitmanns Ballads!"
|Charles Godfrey Leland,|
whose work later help formed the basis of neopaganism
|Twain in 1892|