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Kennedy benefited, too, from the fact that the country perceived him to be, like Roosevelt, a patrician. To be sure, Kennedy did n ...
I love Coleridge ... and I am very willing to allow that he has more imagination than Wordsworth, and more of the real poet. But a ...
Nothing can happen nowhere. The locale of the happening always colours the happening, and often, to a degree, shapes it.
He was good-natured to a degree of weakness, even to tears, upon the slightest occasions. Exceedingly timorous, both personally an ...
The eloquence of one stimulates all the rest, some up to the speaking-point, and all others to a degree that makes them good recei ...
[On Harvard President Charles William Eliot's lamentation that the average Harvard graduate had fewer than two children:] That is ...
I had reconciled myself to a life without marriage or children for the sake of my career. And then my brothers got married. I real ...
Often I am permitted to return to a meadow
as if it were a given property of the mind
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I said, "That was a very brave thing to do." He said, "Och, it was just the training." I have a feeling that, in the end, probably ...
How can we help a child change from undependable to dependable, from a mediocre student to a capable student, from someone who won ...
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