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Vanity is the fear of appearing original: it is thus a lack of pride, but not necessarily a lack of originality.
Whether a man hides his bad qualities and vices or confesses them openly, his vanity wants to gain an advantage by it in both case ...
Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or
the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broke
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A classical education, or at any rate a very extensive
acquaintance with English literature, ancient and modern, appears
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[I] delivered the Introduction of it to Baldwin, that I might say my book was at if not in the press on New Year's Day.
Down the blue night the unending columns press
In noiseless tumult, break and wave and flow,
I press not to the quire, nor dare I greet
The holy place with my unhallowed feet;
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Flee from the press and dwell with soothfastness;
Suffice unto thy good though it be small,
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I would have these good people to recollect, that the laws of this country hold out to foreigners an offer of all that liberty of ...
It is a misfortune that necessity has induced men to accord greater license to this formidable engine, in order to obtain liberty, ...
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