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I often used to think myself in the case of the fox-hunter, who, when he had toiled and sweated all day in the chase as if some un ...
The English were very backward to explore and settle the continent which they had stumbled upon. The French preceded them both in ...
While almost all men feel an attraction drawing them to society, few are attracted strongly to Nature. In their reaction to Nature ...
Modern criticism has concerned itself more with poetry than with fiction for several reasons. First, fiction does not lend itself ...
Americans are willing to go to enormous trouble and expense defending their principles with arms, very little trouble and expense ...
Words ... are little houses, each with its cellar and garret. Common sense lives on the ground floor, always ready to engage in 'f ...
Between a sign and the thing it signifies there is the fixed, determined relationship of cause and effect. We see this in the case ...
In the case of scandal, as in that of robbery, the receiver is always thought as bad as the thief.
Ordinary people think that talent must be always on its own level and that it arises every morning like the sun, rested and refres ...
"Folk art" signifies the poetical, musical, and pictorial activities of those strata of the population which are uneducated and no ...
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