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To have ruined one’s self over poetry is an honour
Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form, can speak
The world has been made by fools that wise men may live in it.
American girls are as clever at concealing their parents as English women
All thought is immoral. Its very essence is destruction. If you think
And once, or twice, to throw the dice is a gentlemanly game,
History is merely gossip
All criticism is a form of autobiography
What is the good of friendship if one cannot say exactly what one means?
It is through art, and through art only, that we can realise our perfection.
If a woman wants to hold a man she has merely to appeal to what is worst in him.
To give is what lies at the heart of love.
The British cook, for her iniquities, is a foolish woman who should
It is easy to make acquaintances, but very difficult to shake them
I’m trying to broaden the scope of positive psychology well beyond the
As far as I am concerned, collectively, the right wing of the
I would like a UK fully engaged in Europe, but I can’t
The only business of the historian is to relate things exactly as
Wise people build their lives around what is eternal and squeeze in
There are some things I’d like to get into in terms of what’s important to me.
At the end of the day, a television, a computer, or a