My dear, he says to Mrs. Locker-Lampson, are you not sometimes of rather too rigid a disposition?
No keener criticism of the poet and his poetry, at this period, has been made than that by Locker-Lampson, in one curt sentence.
Another of the most interesting of my later-day subjects was Mr. Locker-Lampson.
The dedication contains a charming row of tiny portraits of the Locker-Lampson family.
Whatever Locker-Lampson pronounced good, the world now knows to have been exactly what he pronounced, for his taste was very fine.