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A learned parson, rusting in his cell at Oxford or Cambridge, will reason admirably well on the nature of man; will profoundly ana ...
Below me trees unnumbered rise,
Beautiful in various dyes:
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Ever charming, ever new,
When will the landscape tire the view!
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Some have too much, yet still do crave;
I little have, and seek no more.
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My mind to me a kingdom is;
Such present joys therein I find
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Above all, ignore the audience ....
As soon as I suspect a fine effect is being achieved by accident I lose interest. I am not interested ... in unskilled labor.... T ...
...I have never known a "movement" in the theater that did not work direct and serious harm. Indeed, I have sometimes felt that th ...
It is in the irony of things that the theatre should be the most dangerous place for the actor. But, then, after all, the world is ...
Many a play is like a painted backdrop, something to be looked at from the front. An Ibsen play is like a black forest, something ...
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