Leslie Stephen~ “…if one points to his obvious qualities–his honesty, his unworldiness, his lovableness, his perfect sincerity–one is singling out form a whole single qualities which ere part of that whole; and the whole was different from the qualities of which it was made. . . . He had clear, direct feelings. He had certain ruling passions. Off he would stride with his sandwiches for some tremendous walk. Out he could come with some fact, or opinion, no matter who was there. And he had very strong opinions; and he was extremely well informed. What he said was this more respectfully listened to. he had a godlike, yet childlike, stranding in the family.” (Virginia, Woolf, “A Sketch of the Past” 110, 111).