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What are the characters that I discern most clearly in the so-called Anglo-Saxon type of man? I may answer at once that two stick ...
People who are not in love fail to understand how an intelligent man can suffer because of a very ordinary woman. This is like bei ...
Comfort and convenience possess a magical power; little by little they suck in even people with strong wills.
It seems to me that all of the evil in life comes from idleness, boredom, and psychic emptiness, but all of that is inevitable whe ...
Idleness [is] only a coarse name for my infinite capacity for living in the present.
I Tiresias, old man with wrinkled dugs
Perceived the scene, and foretold the rest--
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So if hunger provokes wailing and wailing brings the breast; if the breast permits sucking and milk suggests its swallow; if swall ...
The work of the miner has its unavoidable incidents of discomfort and danger, and these should not be increased by the neglect of ...
Reflection makes men cowards.
Where everything is possible miracles become commonplaces, but the familiar ceases to be self-evident.
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