When I get to bogged down with heavy classical reading, it seems some Muse, perhaps Clio or Melponeme, gives me guerdon by letting me discover a delightful novel as a respite from the heavier classical reading. This has happened over the years as I discovered novels like The Prisoner of Zenda, Scaramouch, Mysterious Island, A Tramp Abroad, and Camille. Now I have discovered a delightful book yclept Zuleika Dobson, or an Oxford Romance, the essayist and caracturist Max Beerbohm's only novel. It is original and delightful. I won't tell you anything about it because I don't want to spoil a single sentence for you. I'll just say it's a book everyone should read because of its uniqueness. A love story, yet a satire. Those who have read it, please post without giving away any secrets. Those who haven't, rush to your library or Amazon.com, get it, and read it.