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|Crashaw, William Men of lofty genius when they are doing the least work are |
most active. - Da Vinci, Leonardo Genius, like truth, has a shabby and neglected
mien. - Dahlberg, Edward Few people can see genius in someone who has ...
|Everything ultimately fails, for we die, and that is either the penultimate failure or |
our most enigmatical achievement. Genius, like truth, has a shabby and
neglected mien. Though man is the only beast that can write, he has small
reason to be ...
|GENIUS 1 To do easily what is difficult for others is the murk of talent. To do what |
is ... 2 We know that the nature of genius is to provide idiots with ideas twenty
years later. LOUIS ... 1 1 Genius, like truth, has a shabby and neglected mien.
|csmus, LIKE TRUTH, has a shabby and neglected mien. Our poets ... Their books |
have the char» acter of the oceanic fallow, of sumac, or a wooden river hamlet.
The raiment of ... Those who write for lucre or fame are grosser Iscariots than the
cartel robbers, for they steal the genius of the people, which is its will to resist evil.
|Dahlberg, Edward Everything ultimately fails, for we die, and that is either the |
penultimate failure or our most enigmatical achievement. - Dahlberg, Edward
Genius, like truth, has a shabby and neglected mien. - Dahlberg, Edward
Ambition is a ...
|FOR SALE genius, like truth, has a shabby and neglected mien. Our poets — the |
sea-vagabond Melville, the impecunious Quaker Whitman, Thoreau the pencil-
maker, Anderson the Ohio town newsboy, and Dreiser the poor Hoosier — came
|READING Gary Snyder has in some ways the same fascination as reading |
Kenneth Rexroth or Edward Dahlberg. Each man is ... As Dahlberg puts it in Alms
for Oblivion, Genius, like truth, has a shabby and neglected mien. ... A poet
comes to ...
|The tragedy did not end here: Churchill's favourite sister, who is saidto have |
possessed much of her brother's sense, and spirit, and genius, and to have been
betrothed to Lloyd, attended him during his illness; and, sinking under the double
loss, soon ... Let crazy Lee, neglected Gay, The shabby Otway, Dryden gray,
Those tuneful servants of the Nine, (Not that I blend ... [Wmfclwdnm of a School-[
Mien] Were I at once empowered to show My utmost vengeance on my foe, To
punish with ...
|A Chinese proverb says, "Falling leaves return to their roots." In Chinese Cinderella, Adeline Yen Mah returns to her roots to tell the story of her painful childhood and her ultimate triumph and courage in the face of despair.|