In the interval between one Lecture and another he wouldFrom H. L. Lewis, Henry George Liddell, Dean of Christchurch: A Memoir. 1899: p. 48.
be found standing at his desk over his interleaved
copy of the first edition, correcting and amending
it. And that standing desk recalls his advice which
I have ever since treasured both in reading and
in writing: " Keep your books open, ready to be
returned to when you come back to work." '
Thursday, 23 April 2009
Lessons from Liddell, Part 2
Liddell's work ethic:
Labels: Lexicography, Liddell, Tradition, Work ethic
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