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... everyone developing
A language of his own to write his book in,
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It is his weakness to be proud: he derives, from a comparison of his own extraordinary mind with the dwarfish intellects that surr ...
A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.
Every true man, sir, who is a little above the level of the beasts and plants does not live for the sake of living, without knowin ...
High on a throne of his own labors reared.
At his right hand our young Ascanius sate,
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Maybe it's like Casey says. A fellow ain't got a soul of his own. Just a little piece of a big soul. The one big soul that belongs ...
Who could deny that privacy is a jewel? It has always been the mark of privilege, the distinguishing feature of a truly urbane cul ...
Theorists may say what they like about a man's children being a continuation of his own identity, but it will generally be found t ...
A great writer creates a world of his own and his readers are proud to live in it. A lesser writer may entice them in for a moment ...
I understand the phrase "Honor the Women" all too well: the poet has probably a wife of his own, but he prefers to honor another.
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