Review: Somebody, when Beerbohm is in the country, always wants him to go for a walk. He always excuses himself by saying he has to write a letter. However, that excuse won’t work if it’s a Sunday. The post does not pick up on Sunday. He doesn’t want to go for a walk. He would rather ride.” The essay concludes with “…I never will go out for a walk.”
The Art of the Personal Essay: An Anthology from the Classical Era to the Present. Ed. Phillip Lopate.
: Anchor Books. A Division of Random House, Inc. 1995. New York