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I have often thought that if photography were difficult in the true sense of the term--meaning that the creation of a simple photo ...
You seem to think that I am adapted to nothing but the sugar-plums of intellect and had better not try to digest anything stronger ...
Henry B. Adams was the first in an infinite series to discover and admit to himself that he really did not care whether truth was, ...
America had no use for Adams because he was eighteenth-century, and yet it worshipped Grant because he was archaic and should have ...
He saw Mr. Lincoln but once; at the melancholy function called an Inaugural Ball. Of course he looked anxiously for a sign of char ...
Love seeketh only self to please,
To bind another to its delight,
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Self-love has nowhere a greater share, nor is more predominant in any passion, than in that love; and men are always more disposed ...
The unbosoming oneself to another is a kind of release to the soul, which strives to lighten its burden and find ease by throwing ...
Henry Adams and Henry James invite obvious comparisons. Exact contemporaries on the American literary scene, both were beguiled by ...
There the wicked cease from troubling, and there the weary are at rest. There the prisoners are at ease together; they do not hear ...
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