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Here is the mistake of the cut-and-dried man of culture. He goes about with the secret of having learned to appreciate the "grand ...
How so ere, my man
Shall reade a piece of virgil, tacitus,
It is no great art to say something briefly when, like Tacitus, one has something to say; when one has nothing to say, however, an ...
He who would not be idle, let him fall in love.
I hate, and yet must love the thing I hate.
Struggling over my fickle heart, love draws it now this
way, and now hate that--but love, I think, is winning. I
Jove send me more such afternoons as this.
O fool, what else is sleep but chill death's likeness?
We take no pleasure in permitted joys,
But what's forbidden is more keenly sought.
Every lover is a soldier.
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