Saturday, September 07, 2019



R.B. Todd, ed., Dictionary of British Classicists, Vol. 3 (Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004), p. 853 (entry for F.H. Sandbach, by Malcolm Schofield):
Sandbach was a small kindly man, incapable of a rash or wounding remark; not indeed prone to volunteer conversation at all, although delighted to participate on a minimalist basis once it was initiated. Otherwise one could enjoy a silence with him.
Hat tip: Eric Thomson.

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