Full of pep, Harnam mailed his stuff to a prominent magazine and waited eagerly for the response. He was sure it would be published. A few days later, he got it back along with the famous ‘compliments and regret of the editor’. Nothing could be more humbling and chastening than the sight of a rejection slip. What a fool he was, he said to himself, to have sent such silly stuff for publication. Couldn’t he revise, polish or put some more life into it? It was so depressing. With renewed determination, he coolly got down to the job again.
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