The following are Innesian references I am stuck on, including some I have been asked about by readers of the site.
Judith: "Leonardo da Vinci ... called painting a liberal art ... and he called sculpture a servile art ... " (Appleby's End, 3:23)
I haven't been able to track this one down. Suggestions welcome.
In Death at the President's Lodging, later in the UK and always in North America published as Seven Suspects, Umpelby is found dead in a litter of bones and an academic gown. Appleby wonders why he should have died "like a baronet in a snow-storm" (I don't have the page reference to hand, I'm afraid). I'm completely baffled by this: can anyone help?
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