This is still more strikingly true applied to loti, in whose work there are no longer any sentences.
loti leaves to other writers the task of depicting the Bedouin.
You can't read a page of loti aloud; hearing is never the final court of appeal for him.
Hence also one of the peculiar characteristics of loti's workers.
This it was that loti impressed so vividly on the reading world.
loti's novels are never complicated with a mass of incidents.
We can command twice as much for a loti figure as for one made by any other waxworker.
loti, Pierre, French marine officer and author, born in 1850.
All this interested Lechmere and he decided to try and find loti at once.
I dont know what to do with you—after that remark about loti.