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When his book opens its mouth, the author must shut his.
Wit is the epitaph of an emotion.
The sensible author writes for no other posterity than his own--that is, for his age--so as to be able even then to take pleasure ...
At the moment when a man openly makes known his difference of opinion from a well-known party leader, the whole world thinks that ...
As refined fare serves a hungry man as well as and no better than coarser food, the more pretentious artist will not dream of invi ...
A letter is an unannounced visit, and the postman is the intermediary of impolite surprises. Every week we ought to have one hour ...
The wind bit hard at Valley Forge one Christmas.
Soldiers tied rags on their feet.
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Tongues wrangled dark at a man.
He buttoned his overcoat and stood alone.
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Herod, the king,
In his raging,
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