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Bourgeois existence is the regime of private affairs ... and the family is the rotten, dismal edifice in whose closets and crannie ...
POLITICIAN, n. An eel in the fundamental mud upon which the superstructure of organized society is reared. When he wriggles he mis ...
Writing a book I have found to be like building a house. A man forms a plan, and collects materials. He thinks he has enough to ra ...
In the zone of perdition where my youth went as if to complete its education, one would have said that the portents of an imminent ...
The creation of a world view is the work of a generation rather than of an individual, but we each of us, for better or for worse, ...
Imagine that it is you yourself who are erecting the edifice of human destiny with the aim of making men happy in the end, of givi ...
The poet needs a ground in popular tradition on which he may work, and which, again, may restrain his art within the due temperanc ...
Feign then what's by a decent tact believed
And act that state is only so conceived,
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It is my wish, and may it be the wish of all, that this great building may continue to be to all your population that which it sho ...
A country whose buildings are of wood, can never increase in its improvements to any considerable degree.... Whereas when building ...
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