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Nothing would improve newspaper criticism so much as the knowledge that it was to be read by men too hardy to acquiesce in the aut ...
One realises, with horror, that the race of men is almost extinct in Europe. Only Christ-like heroes and woman-worshipping Don Jua ...
One is apt to be discouraged by the frequency with which Mr. Hardy has persuaded himself that a macabre subject is a poem in itsel ...
Let there be an end ... of all this welter of pity, which is only self-pity reflected onto some obvious surface.
And this is the final meaning of work: the extension of human consciousness. The lesser meaning of work is the achieving of self-p ...
The weakness of modern tragedy ... [is that] transgression against the social code is made to bring destruction, as though the soc ...
Where is the source of all money-sickness, and the origin of all sex-perversion?.... It lies in the heart of man, and not in the c ...
It is time that the Protestant Church, the Church of the Son, should be one again with the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of th ...
In life, then, no new thing has ever arisen, or can arise, save out of the impulse of the male upon the female, the female upon th ...
Having achieved and accomplished love ... man ... has become himself, his tale is told.
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