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"Shocked would be the wrong word, but people were highly surprised, because of his skin color," Hogg says.
On hearing she would soon appear in the dingy lodging-house, Hogg knew that on her arrival he would be face to face with a foe.The Real Shelley, Vol. I (of 2)|John Cordy Jeaffreson
Finally, the style is not that of Hogg when he attempts the ballad.
Hogg heard “with springwalls stones, he threw,” and wrote it, “with springs: wall stones he threw.”
Lockhart undoubtedly tried to help Hogg a good deal, which Hogg resented more than once; hence Lockhart's strictures.Abbotsford|W. S. Crockett
According to Hogg, Shelley had a custom of writing to divines and engaging them in controversy on the existence of God.The Radicalism of Shelley and Its Sources|Daniel J. MacDonald