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|Dame Edith Sitwell, one of the Grand Ladies of the British Empire, made a rather |
surprising statement sometime before her death; she said: “Good Taste is the
worst vice ever invented.” I believe that Dame Sitwell was suggesting that Good ...
|Mark Twain (1835-1910) 51 Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without |
asking a clear question. Albert Camus (1913-1960) 52 Good taste is the worst
vice ever invented. Dame The Third and Possibly the Best 637 Best Things
|1,324 Good breeding consists of concealing how much we think of ourselves and |
how little we think of the other person. —Mark Twain ... —Albert Camus (1913–
1960) 1,326 Good taste is the worst vice ever invented. —Dame Edith Sitwell ...
|Good taste is the worst vice ever invented. Edith Sitwell. The attempted English |
metamorphosis of the French title inevitably lost most of its charged nuances. '
From the Sublime to The Ridiculous' was a valiant shot. RCA's European market
|People who have developed a fla': give little thought to good taste. Dame Edith |
Sitwell once said. “Good taste is the worst vice ever invented by man." Dame
Edith recognized that the fear of not se-eming to have so-called good taste stifled
|Good. Taste. Is. Your. Taste. A glass of wine can bring a lot of pleasure to life. |
Maybe you've experienced the magic ... you know your favorite flavor, you know
how much you're willing to spend and, "Good taste is the worst vice ever invented
|editorial type stuff A Maffer of Tosfe lConfinuedl “Good taste is the worst vice ever |
invented.” —Dame Edith Sitwell, quoted out of context Letter From o Reader Dear
Mr. Krassner, . . . Your comments on the things you find in bad taste are quite ...
|These suits were generally made, in the old days, in very heavy cloths such as |
Derby tweed, covert cloth, Melton, cavalry ... I think it was Dame Edith Sitwell who
remarked that good taste is the worst vice ever invented: anyway it certainly is a ...
|Good taste is the worst vice ever invented." Whether you applaud or dispute |
these remarks, the fact is that in every nation, within every group, there exist
certain standards of dress. In twentieth- century America these standards are
|On the subject of dress : ' Good taste is the worst vice ever invented.' Just as the |
lion was for her the symbol of greatness, so she used the mouse for purposes of
denigration. 'I don't like mousy poetry,' she told Timothy Green, of Life magazine.