"I am what the librarians have made me with
a little assistance from a professor of Greek and a few poets."
--Bernard Keble Sandwell.
Bernard Keble Sandwell (born Ipswich England 1876, died Toronto Canada 1954) was the editor of 'Saturday Night', a liberal Canadian magazine, from 1932-1951.
He was a prolific and adaptable writer best known for two books: The Privacity Agent and Other Modest Proposals (1928) and The Diversions of Duchesstown and Other Essays which was published posthumously in 1955.
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