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Well then! Wagner was a revolutionary--he fled the Germans.... As an artist one has no home in Europe outside Paris: the délicate ...
...I never drink wine ... I keep my hands soft and supple ... I sleep in a soft bed and never over-tire my body. It is because whe ...
Never tire yourself more than necessary, even if you have to found a culture on the fatigue of your bones.
Finally, within a huge and sombre mass of things,
A blackened people, living and dying in silence.
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For most visitors to Manhattan, both foreign and domestic, New York is the Shrine of the Good Time. "I don't see how you stand it, ...
Oh! death will find me long before I tire
Of watching you.
If you set to work to believe everything, you will tire out the believing-muscles of your mind, and then you'll be so weak you won ...
The poem is lonely. It is lonely and en route. Its author stays with it. Does this very fact not place the poem already here, at i ...
Researchers, with science as their authority, will be able to cut [animals] up, alive, into small pieces, drop them from a great h ...
We create the world in which we live; if that world becomes unfit for human life, it is because we tire of our responsibility.
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