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|(Rilke: “The only journey is the one within.”) Am I being too pessimistic? (Oliver |
Goldsmith: “Life is a journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads
and accommodations.”) Every novel is a journey, for that matter. Writing it and ...
|journey,” declared the eighteenth century writer Oliver Goldsmith, adding this little |
bit of Irish humor: “a journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads
and accommodations.”Almost as a response to ... In the fourth century, Saint
Gregory of Nyssa wrote The Life ofMoses, using elements from the Exodus story
to explain the beauty and mys- tery of Christian spirituality. A century and a half
|Some are bumpy and may be unwelcome experiences, but they are also often |
the funniest times in our life. These are the times ... Brian Wilson “Life is a journey
that must be travelled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations.” Oliver
|Fuller, Thomas Traveling is like gambling: it is always connected with winning |
and losing, and generally where it is least expected we ... Goldoni, Carlo Life is a
journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations.
|Those that think must govern those that toil. - Goldsmith, Oliver Life is a journey |
that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations. -
Goldsmith, Oliver A man who leaves home to mend himself and others is a
|Contemporary travelers complained bitterly about the difficulty of traveling on |
roads through the Lower Cape Fear and its environs. ... gloomy country without
accommodations" and concluded that there were few people on the road
because "neither ... and disagreeable journey I ever in my life experienced (not
even excepting the Green Mountains in Massachusetts)."24 Clearly, road
conditions south of Wilmington must have been wretched, and there is little
reason to think that they ...
|Then again young men and women marry without any means already collected |
on which to commence their life. ... But he must live on the fruits of that
employment, and can only pay his way from week to week and from day to day. ...
As a matter of course the accommodation for travelers whieh these hotels afford
increases and creates traveling. ... With us, and throughout Europe, inquiry is
made before an unaccustomed journey is commenced, oh that serious question
of wayside food ...
|A major literary event when it was published in Viking hardcover in 2007, this is the uncut version of an American classic—rougher, wilder, and more provocative than the official work that appeared, heavily edited, in 1957.|
|No matter which route you select,going and coming, you want to be sure that |
before you return you take in the famous Grand ... one must leave unseen the
greatest panorama which nature has ever produced, unless he visits the Grand
Cafion. ... a day or more at comfortable El Tovar_ and continuing his journey at
pleasure with Pullman accommodations fully reserved. To one who has traveled
much, and over many railroad systems, there comes the universal verdict that this
is the ...
|I'm sure hundreds of women would like to have a life with Maestro Greszler. ... |
And with Pyotor, we'll be in the best hotels, the best rooms. My God, I sound
worldly. I must have caught the English consumer disease! ... He said gently, “
When you're not traveling ... that doesn't matter. No ... It was the most important
journey of my life, and I made it with you.” At work, that evening, Lev's
concentration was bad.