"There are many lines that could be spared from the book you are reading," she said, her voice primly firm and dogmatic. "I must 'a' missed 'em," he announced. "What I read was the real goods. It was all lighted up an' shining, an' it shun right into me an' lighted me up inside, like the sun or a searchlight. That's the way it landed on me, but I guess I ain't up much on poetry, miss."
Jack London, Martin Eden (Martin and Ruth, discussing the poet Martin called "Swineburne")