... no matter where she takes off from, she brings the discourse back to Margot Asquith. Such singleness of purpose is met but infrequently.
matter, discourse, Asquith, singleness, purpose, met, infrequently
Through the pages of [her book] Lay Sermons walk the great. I don't say that Margot Asquith actually permits us to rub elbows with them ourselves, but she willingly shows us her own elbow, which has been, so to say, honed on the mighty.
pages, book, Lay, Sermons, walk, great, Asquith, permits, us
Margot Grahame, the countess, was a pouty siren known as "the Aluminum Blonde" — Britain's answer to Jean Harlow.
Grahame, countess, pouty, siren, known, Blonde, Britain's, answer, Jean
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