'My father is very clever,' he said to himself, 'very clever. But he isn't so clever but one can see how clever he is.'
Major Henry Grantly, The Last Chronicle of Barset
Son of President Neverbend, but opposed to him in the matter of the Fixed Period, largely because he was in love with Eva Crasweller, whose father would be the first to he "deposited' under that law.
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