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For years, they have all been dying
Out, the classic buck-and-wing men
The Greeks were the classicists of antiquity and they are still today the preeminent classicists. What marked all they did, the cl ...
Improvisation was the blood and bone of jazz, and in the classic, New Orleans jazz it was collective improvisation in which each p ...
The detective novel is the art-for-art's-sake of our yawning Philistinism, the classic example of a specialized form of art remove ...
Hemingway, wrote [Edmund] Wilson, was "his own worst-drawn character," by which we must assume that this hunter-bullfighter-war-lo ...
Mozart has the classic purity of light and the blue ocean; Beethoven the romantic grandeur which belongs to the storms of air and ...
Every one knows about the young man who falls in love with the chorus-girl because she can kick his hat off, and his sister's frie ...
Any campaign--like any good drama--will have its stylized performances. So too will it have one final dramatic element--a plot. Th ...
There is a strange fact about the human mind, a fact that differentiates the mind sharply from the body. The body is limited in wa ...
A demanding stranger arrived one morning in a small town and asked a boy on the sidewalk of the main street, "Boy, where's the pos ...
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