puritan city quotes - 10 of
Oh, a day in the city-square, there is no such pleasure in life!
Had I but plenty of money, money enough and to spare,
The house for me, no doubt, were a house in the city-square; ...
As I criss-cross the city hurrying, I feel always the unchanging cold beneath the pavement.
City people make most of the fuss about the charms of country life.
Knowledge and power in the city; peace and decency in the country.
New York is full of abandoned churches. A Godless city, but full of superstitions on every subject--art, money, sex, food, health.
Reclusive? The inner city will secure your privacy better than any desert cave.
A fastidious taste is best indoors, away from nature and the city.
The Puritan sours his pleasures by disguising them as duties.
City wits, country humorists.
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