Louis Kronenberger quotes

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Where wit is a form of criticism or mockery, humor includes an element of self-criticism or self-mockery; where wit tends to procl ...
America's two most important intellectual forebears are conceivably Franklin and Emerson. Franklin, however, makes us a little une ...
London ... remains a man's city where New York is chiefly a woman's. London has whole streets that cater to men's wants. It has it ...
On a very rough-and-ready basis we might define an eccentric as a man who is a law unto himself, and a crank as one who, having de ...
The Englishman wants to be recognized as a gentleman, or as some other suitable species of human being; the American wants to be c ...
The prig never learns anything unconsciously or instinctively. He learns only what he feels is worth learning; anything else he no ...
The trouble with our age is that it is all signpost and no destination.
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