• He was a thorough good sort; a bit limited; a bit thick in the head; yes; but a thorough good sort. Whatever he took up he did in the same matter-of-fact sensible way; without a touch of imagination, without a sparkle of brilliancy, but with the inexplicable niceness of his type.

    Virginia Woolf (2007). “Selected Works of Virginia Woolf”, p.176, Wordsworth Editions