M. E. W. Sherwood quotes

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The House of Lords, architecturally, is a magnificent room, and the dignity, quiet, and repose of the scene made me unwillingly ac ...
The young women, what can they not learn, what can they not achieve, with Columbia University annex thrown open to them? In this g ...
The radical changes in society from the small, well-considered hundreds to the countless thousands have of course destroyed the ne ...
... Amsterdam, with the river Amstel helping to give a lively current to its canals, with its patchwork of water streets, its long ...
English people ... are very kind, very friendly, interested in a general way, and consider us a great, wonderful, unknown sort of ...
People who live in quiet, remote places are apt to give good dinners. They are the oft-recurring excitement of an otherwise unemot ...
The men are magnificent--the young men tall, well formed, and admirably dressed; the old men positively beautiful, with their fres ...
... anything so delightful as Washington I have never seen elsewhere. There were a mingled simplicity and grandeur, a mingled stat ...
... too many young painters of the day work for the crowd, and not for art. But, then, should not the painters of the day work for ...
A queen driven from her throne, naked, in winter snows, like Elizabeth of Hungary, suffers more than she who wanders from a snow-b ...
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