Lorentz-FitzGerald contraction quotes

- 10 of 200 Results
Mr. Fitzgerald--I believe that is how he spells his name--seems to believe that plagiarism begins at home.
There is a reportorial quality in Hemingway's work that is absent from Fitzgerald's fiction. Hemingway's technique--in his early w ...
F. Scott Fitzgerald thought that prolonging his adolescence would protect his talent.
What is most appalling in an F. Scott Fitzgerald book is that it is peopleless fiction: Fitzgerald writes about spectral, muscled ...
Fitzgerald describes the social disillusionments and ballroom romanticism of the young people of the upper classes and the lonelin ...
The death of John Barrymore made us think again for a minute of F. Scott Fitzgerald. They were very different men: a lot alike. Un ...
I've always felt that complement of opposites: body and soul, solitude and companionship, and in the dance studio, contraction and ...
When Ernest Hemingway died by his own hand, he was in deep depression and had written little of value for a long time. Scott Fitzg ...
It is a sign of contraction of the mind when it is content, or of weariness. A spirited mind never stops within itself; it is alwa ...
Under equal conditions, the feminine psyche is closer to potential contraction than the masculine; for the simple reason that the ...
1 2 3 NEXT
The Columbia World of Quotations © 1996, Columbia University Press.
Licensed from Columbia University Press. All rights reserved. Except as otherwise permitted by written agreement, the following are prohibited: copying substantial portions or the entirety of the work in machine readable form, making multiple printouts thereof, and other uses of the work inconsistent with U.S. and applicable foreign copyright and related laws.
Copyright ©  2014 Dictionary.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
About PRIVACY POLICY Terms Careers Advertise with Us Contact Us Suggest a Word Help