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The true use of Shakespeare or of Cervantes, of Homer or of Dante, of Chaucer or of Rabelais, is to augment one's own growing inne ...
What do we want with this vast and worthless area, of this region of savages and wild beasts, of deserts, of shifting sands and wh ...
Miss Western: Tell me, child, what objections can you have to the young gentleman?
Sophie: A very solid objection, in my opin
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Miss Western: Well, unless I am deceived, my niece is desperately in love.
Squire Western: In love! In love! Without my conse
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It's a queer sensation, this secret belief that one stands on the brink of the world's greatest catastrophe. For it means the fall ...
The more I live here in western Europe, the more I am impressed by the sense of decay;Mnot the graceful and dignified decay of an ...
Western hospitality prevails; it is reminiscent of the kind displayed earlier here by a host who said to an unexpected guest, "Str ...
The writer in western civilization has become not a voice of his tribe, but of his individuality. This is a very narrow-minded sit ...
For twenty-five centuries, Western knowledge has tried to look upon the world. It has failed to understand that the world is not f ...
Practically everyone now bemoans Western man's sense of alienation, lack of community, and inability to find ways of organizing so ...
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