Oliver's "Unearthly Neighbors" Chad Oliver, an Anthropologist, wrote particularly plausible novels of First Contact -- a term, after all, which originated in the field of Anthropology. The first of his masterpieces. Ballentine, ; revised first hardcover edition, New York:
He is indeed correct, and I am grateful to those who came before me and left clues for where to focus some of my searches.
Many will read the book before one thinks of quoting a passage. As soon as he has done this, that line will be quoted east and west. Ad Augustum," s Quotations will tell the full measure of meaning, if you have enough of them. Familiar EssaysIt is a pleasure to be able to quote lines to fit any occasion DeVault One of my laws of quotation is that however sure you are that you have attributed a quotation correctly, an earlier source will be pointed out to you.
A great man quotes bravely and will not draw on his invention when his memory serves him with a word as good. Through the centuries quotation collectors have saved quotations that would otherwise be lost.
There is such an endless variety of blossoms on every side—so much to charm the eye, and woo the touch, that he who merely aims at arranging a suitable wreath, is apt to fail, from the very profusion of materials that are scattered around him.
A Dictionary of Quotations I fancy mankind may come, in time, to write all aphoristically, except in narrative; grow weary of preparation, and connection, and illustration, and all those arts by which a big book is made.
For, Quotation must not be confined to passages adduced out of authors. He who cites the opinion, or remark, or saying of another, whether it has been written or spoken, is certainly one who quotes; and this we shall find to be universally practiced. XXII, Quotation is more universal and more ancient than one would perhaps believe.
Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. Just give them a chance. Hamilton What is all wisdom save a collection of platitudes? Take fifty of our current proverbial sayings—they are so trite, so threadbare, that we can hardly bring our lips to utter them.
None the less they embody the concentrated experience of the race, and the man who orders his life according to their teaching cannot go far wrong.
How easy that seems! Has any one ever done so? Has any man ever attained to inner harmony by pondering the experience of others? Not since the world began! He must pass through the fire. I got into it originally while trying to break an addiction to candy.
I kicked candy and now seem to be stuck with quotations, which are attacking my brain instead of my teeth. When I find a choice one I pounce on it like a lepidopterist. My day is made. When I lose one because I did not copy it out at once I feel bereft.
I think there is wisdom in these pages but I know there is nonsense too. I have ear for no other harmony than the harmony of words. To be occasionally quoted is the only fame I care for. In borrowing a passage, they carefully observe its connexion; they collect authorities, to reconcile any disparity in them before they furnish the one they adopt; they advance no fact without a witness, and they are not loose and general in their references, as I have been told is our historian Henry so frequently, that it is suspected he deals much in second-hand ware.
Somewhere in this world there is an epigram for every dilemma. As a quotation collector, I collect wisdom, life, invisible beauty, souls alive in ink. Fear not to approach! If any do, she hath honey in her bag will cure thee too.
It is as full of fine bon mots as a Christmas pudding is full of plums. I am immensely fond of them; a certain proof of erudition This is a mistake.
It does not end the volume of practical quotations, and it will not until the sequence of the alphabet is so materially changed as to place D where Z now stands. Ward, Alphabetical order makes strange bedfellows. Dickens and Dibdin must get on capitally and convivially together, but what an ill-assorted couple are Mrs.
Humphry Ward and the beloved Artemus of the same name! John Hookham Frere, singing of the mailed lobster clapping his broad wings, must feel his frivolity uncomfortably hushed for a moment by his next-door neighbour, Charles Frohman, on the point of going down with the Lusitania.Bucking Broadway Bucking Broadway () is a Western with much comedy and romance.
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