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|We are going to Rome in search of adventure and to escape dullness. Could |
there be a better reason?” He waved at the waiter for our bill. “Dullness is the
coming-of-age of seriousness. It is our duty to avoid it. Throw away your
|I am but too conscious of the fact that we are born in an age when only the dull |
are treated seriously, and I live in terror of not being misunderstood. The Critic as
Artist (Works, p1114) 1516. Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness.
|-James Thurber Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness. - Oscar Wilde The |
dullest conversationalist is the one who tells nothing but the truth. Be it ever so
humdrum, there's no place like home. There are many things that are improper in
|Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness. "Phrases and Philosophies," repr. |
in Ellmann, 433. <D UTY People are afraid of themselves, nowadays. They have
forgotten the highest of all duties, the duty that one owes to one's self. Of course ...
Ken Henderson - 2000 - 551 pages
|"Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness." Oftentimes. database |
administration is the "coming of age" of database application development. Once
an app is built, someone has to feed and care for it. including its database. This is
usually a ...
Mark Turner - 1993 - 298 pages
|Pedantry is the dotage of knowledge. Dullness is the coming of age of |
seriousness. (Oscar Wilde) Walter Mondale is Ronald Reagan's natural prey.
Metaphor is the dreamwork of language. (Donald Davidson) Politics is the art of
|Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness. Wilde's witticisms, epigrams, and |
paradoxes frequently attack sincerity and seriousness, and stress the importance
of not being earnest. They work to increase the individual's self-awareness.
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|7 It is to be noted that when any part of this paper appears dull there is a design |
in it. SIR RICHARD STEELE (1672-1729), English dramatist, essayist, editor.
Tatter, no. 38 (London). 8 Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness. OSCAR ...
Philosophical Library - 2010 - 179 pages
|Lady Windermere's Fan The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one |
is young. The Portrait of Dorian Gray Actions are the first ... of the Young”
Dullness is the coming of age of seriousness. “Phrases and Philosophies for the
Use of ...
|"Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young" Dullness is the coming of |
age of seriousness. "Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young"
Pleasure is the only thing one should live for. Nothing ages like happiness. "
Phrases and ...