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Fear, as opposed to anxiety, has a definite object (as most authors agree), which can be faced, analyzed, attacked, endured. One c ...
Ambitious men spend their youth in rendering themselves worthy of patronage; it is their great mistake. While the foolish creature ...
Placing too much importance on where a child goes rather than what he does there . . . doesn't take into account the child's needs ...
Why do comparisons of words and tone poems (poetry and music) never take into consideration that the word is a mere signifier, but ...
Realism, whether it be socialist or not, falls short of reality. It shrinks it, attenuates it, falsifies it; it does not take into ...
We hate poetry that has a palpable design upon us--and if we do not agree, seems to put its hand in its breeches pocket. Poetry sh ...
Poetry should be great and unobtrusive, a thing which enters into one's soul, and does not startle it or amaze it with itself, but ...
Sincerity is a certain openness of heart. It is to be found in very few, and what we commonly look upon to be so is only a cunning ...
When we think offhand of a politician, we think of a man who works for a partial interest. At the worst it is his own pocket. At t ...
... the man in the violent situation reveals those qualities least dispensable in his personality, those qualities which are all h ...
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