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To try to write love is to confront the muck of language: that region of hysteria where language is both too much and too little, ...
... most Southerners of my parents' era were raised to feel that it wasn't respectable to be rich. We felt that all patriotic Sout ...
Vermont is a state I love. I could not look upon the peaks of Ascutney, Killington and Mansfield without being moved in a way that ...
This instinctive repulsion which tradespeople inspire in men of sensitive feeling is one of the very rare consolations for being s ...
Evil was active in the land,
Good was impoverished and sad.
Men found that his absorbing egotism was deadly to all other men. It resembled the torpedo, which inflicts a succession of shocks ...
Formerly they had a heaven adorned with a vast wealth of thoughts and imagery. The meaning of all that is, hung on the thread of l ...
Antifashion, a recurrent theme in the history of dress, was probably first taken up as a sign of status by the nobility, perhaps o ...
Great literature cannot grow from a neglected or impoverished soil. Only if we actually tend or care will it transpire that every ...
Language is the only chimera whose illusory power is endless, the inexhaustibility which keeps life from being impoverished. Let m ...
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