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Presumably, Wilson means to defend Gibbs's territory, but in doing so he assumes that he can lay claim to the "literary woman's" territory as well, asserting that "any one must consider" the book "badly written and boresome.
All else seems boresome, however,--so I must continue to kill myself in my own way.
Angela finds Matthew Henson, a potential beau, to be "insufferably boresome and [she] made no effort to hide her ennui" (24).