And you know what Ouida says, that 'one is so often thought to be sullen when one is only sad.'
It only lingers now in the writings of Ouida and the poems of Arthur Symonds.
To depict this dandy chief would require the art at once of a Cooper and a Ouida.
A swarm of mystics and pragmatists has replaced the lonely giants of Ouida's era.
Ouida's stories are never dull, and this one is quite as lively as any of the others.
Ouida, for all her femininity, was more than this feline and gelatinous New Englander.
These are qualities which our present age lacks, and needs; they are conspicuous in Ouida.
Well, we must admit that we have a faint suspicion that Ouida has told it to us before.
But it did many things more portentous than simpering, when it reflected itself in Ouida.
We have all studied the ingenious lady who calls herself Ouida.