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The Puritan through Life's sweet garden goes
To pluck the thorn and cast away the rose.
Musicians are seldom unemotional; a woman who could sing like that must know how to love indeed.
Girls brought up [as you wer
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Christianity was only a very strong and singularly well-timed Salvation Army movement that happened to receive help from an unusua ...
A puritan is a person who pours righteous indignation into the wrong things.
The Puritan sours his pleasures by disguising them as duties.
In the United States there's a Puritan ethic and a mythology of success. He who is successful is good. In Latin countries, in Cath ...
The tender skin does not shrink from bayonets, the timid woman is not scared by fagots; the rack is not frightful, nor the rope ig ...
Art is so wonderfully irrational, exuberantly pointless, but necessary all the same. Pointless and yet necessary, that's hard for ...
To the Puritan, all things are impure, as somebody says.
The pornography of violence of course far exceeds, in volume and general acceptance, sexual pornography, in this Puritan land of o ...
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