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Maria: When we enter the Abbey, our worldly clothes are given to the poor.
Colonel Von Trapp: What about this one?
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To be a surrealist ... means barring from your mind all remembrance of what you have seen, and being always on the lookout for wha ...
The poetry of this one is called philosophical, of that one philological, of a third rhetorical, and so on. Which is then the poet ...
Beauty is that which is simultaneously attractive and sublime.
Duty is for Kant the One and All. Out of the duty of gratitude, he claims, one has to defend and esteem the ancients; and only out ...
The analytical writer observes the reader as he is; accordingly, he makes his calculation, sets his machine to make the appropriat ...
A classification is a definition comprising a system of definitions.
A definition of poetry can only determine what poetry should be and not what poetry actually was and is; otherwise the most concis ...
The whole history of modern poetry is a continuous commentary on the short text of philosophy: every art should become science, an ...
Those works whose ideal has not as much living reality and, as it were, personality as the beloved one or a friend had better rema ...
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