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Art and religion (they are the same thing, in the end, of course) have given man the only happiness he has ever had.
Tolstoy's aristocratic nature is, above all, responsible for the fact that his whole art and thought are rooted in the idea of the ...
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.
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The bulk of mankind believe in two gods. They are under one dominion here in the house, as friend and parent, in social circles, i ...
Architecture might be more sportive and varied if every man built his own house, but it would not be the art and science that we h ...
Genius sits in a glass house--but in an unbreakable one--conceiving ideas. After giving birth, it falls into madness. Stretches ou ...
After all, the world is not a stage not to me: nor a theatre: nor a show-house of any sort. And art, especially novels, are not li ...
We cannot escape the impression that the Muse has stooped a little in her flight, when we come to the literature of civilized eras ...
I can just remember an old brown-coated man who was the Walton of this stream, who had come over from Newcastle, England, with his ...
There is a sort of homely truth and naturalness in some books which is very rare to find, and yet looks cheap enough. There may be ...
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