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Hell is out of fashion--institutional hells at any rate. The populated infernos of the 20th century are more private affairs, the ...
Unusual precocity in children, is usually the result of an unhealthy state of the brain; and, in such cases, medical men would now ...
The record of one's life must needs prove more interesting to him who writes it than to him who reads what has been written.
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The true use of Shakespeare or of Cervantes, of Homer or of Dante, of Chaucer or of Rabelais, is to augment one's own growing inne ...
Abject flattery and indiscriminate assentation degrade, as much as indiscriminate contradiction and noisy debate disgust. But a mo ...
Many young people adopt pleasures for which they have not the least taste, only because they are called by that name.... You must ...
To be naked is to be deprived of our clothes, and the word implies some of the embarrassment most of us feel in that condition. Th ...
The joy of life consists in the exercise of one's energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experien ...
Cows are amongst the gentlest of breathing creatures; none show more passionate tenderness to their young when deprived of them; a ...
Bad company is as instructive as licentiousness. One makes up for the loss of one's innocence with the loss of one's prejudices.
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