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Acts themselves alone are history.... Tell me the acts, O historian, and leave me to reason upon them as I please; away with your ...
I have this very moment finished reading a novel called The Vicar of Wakefield [by Oliver Goldsmith].... It appears to me, to be i ...
Dost thou ask what I mean by emancipation?... 1. It is "to reject with indignation, the wile and guilty phantasy, that man can hol ...
Reading, in contrast to sitting before the screen, is not a purely passive exercise. The child, particularly one who reads a book ...
Much reading has brought upon us a learned barbarism.
I know of no book which has come down to us with grander pretensions than this, and it is so impersonal and sincere that it is nev ...
Let us begin by clearing up the old confusion between the man who loves learning and the man who loves reading, and point out that ...
When the Day of Judgement dawns and the great conquerors and lawyers and statesmen come to receive their rewards--their crowns, th ...
the vagabond began
To sketch a face that well might buy the soul of any man.
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But I do nothing upon myself, and yet am mine own executioner.
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