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Sitwell’s decision to settle scores after reading a fictional account of the events that orphaned him and jettisoned him from his beloved rural Florida community at just 12 years old sets the rest of the book’s events into motion.Ladee Hubbard’s ‘The Rib King’ is a fascinating look at ambition, race and revenge|Naomi Jackson|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
“These days we all have to be a bit more sensible,” says Sitwell.
But Edith was rather tame compared to George Sitwell, her father.
The truth is, so far as I can see, Mr. Sitwell has not begun to take poetry quite seriously.The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd
I will go to Mrs. Sitwell, to hear what has made you blush—it must be something very radical.
On Mrs. Sitwell I called the other day, in a charming new habitat: all clean paint and fresh chintz.
Sir George Sitwell gives a lucid explanation of this development, the incidents of which are instructive and occasionally amusing.
If the suggestion is adopted it is presumed that the name of the church will be altered to St. Sitwell.