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Emerson said that the "scholar is man thinking." Had Southerners of that era taken seriously the famous lecture entitled "The Amer ...
He had never learned to live without delight. And he would have to learn to, just as, in a Prohibition country, he supposed he wou ...
The heart of another is a dark forest, always, no matter how close it has been to one's own.
Art and religion (they are the same thing, in the end, of course) have given man the only happiness he has ever had.
"In great misfortunes," he told himself, "people want to be alone. They have a right to be. And the misfortunes that occur within ...
Desire is creation, is the magical element in that process. If there were an instrument by which to measure desire, one could fore ...
The great fact in life, the always possible escape from dullness, was the lake. The sun rose out of it, the day began there; it wa ...
His misfortune was that he loved youth--he was weak to it, it kindled him. If there was one eager eye, one doubting, critical mind ...
A work-room should be like an old shoe; no matter how shabby, it's better than a new one.
When a man cannot choose, he ceases to be a man.
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