Anglo-Saxon quotes

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What are the characters that I discern most clearly in the so-called Anglo-Saxon type of man? I may answer at once that two stick ...
Anglo-Saxon civilization has taught the individual to protect his own rights; American civilization will teach him to respect the ...
The lunatic is the man who lives in a small world but thinks it is a large one; he is the man who lives in a tenth of the truth, a ...
I have been amazed by the Anglo-Saxon's lack of curiosity about the internal lives and emotions of the Negroes, and for that matte ...
The Anglo-Saxon hive have extirpated Paganism from the greater part of the North American continent; but with it they have likewis ...
A curious thing about the ontological problem is its simplicity. It can be put in three Anglo-Saxon monosyllables: 'What is there? ...
Death seems to provide the minds of the Anglo-Saxon race with a greater fund of amusement than any other single subject.
... this is "society's" Sunday. The majority of Londoners of the middle class still keep to their chapels, churches, gardens, and ...
Frequently also some fair-weather finery ripped off a vessel by a storm near the coast was nailed up against an outhouse. I saw fa ...
The old man forgot one thing. This England of his is Christian and Anglo-Saxon. And so are her corridors of power, and those who s ...
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