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|Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the |
shore. Man ceased to be an ape, vanquished the ape, on the day the first book
was written. — Yevoeny Zamyatin Man has lost the capacity to foresee and
|JAN ZAMOYSKI (1541–1605) Polish statesman YEVGENY ZAMYATIN (1884–|
1937) Contemporary Soviet Russian writer A Soviet Heretic (1970) Man ceased
to be an ape, vanquished the ape, on the day the first book was written.
|Like Father Hugh, we, too, were waiting for her to come in before we called an |
end to the day." Moments like this are ... By PATRICIA BLAKE "Man ceased to be
an ape, vanquished the ape, on the day the first book was written. The ape has
Francis Neilson, Albert Jay Nock - 1920
|The sincerity of the reaction against war of these men at Geneva was brought out |
by the Italian representative of the League ... although noting that mobilization
acts as an ultimate provocation to the world-proletariat which is vanquished in
every ... so determined not to play the sedulous ape, George Moore spoke of
Thomas Hardy as the “first step down” from George ... “cured,” as he expressed it,
and precisely because of the attitude of the public, “of any further interest in novel
|There is a sagncity in communists who apparently feel that the first step toward |
engcndcring a social sense is to blur ... One has almost the impression of early
barbarism in viewing a closely knit family; They are as isolated as a solitary man
in a primeval ... commentator for them. so that if one ceased to he, that one would.
as far as they were concerned, cease to be at all. ... They crowd about you and
turn you around and ape you until you have no sense of direction. no hope of
William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley - 1829
|Generally, conquerors adopt the arts and improvements of the vanquished nation |
; and their active and ambitious character ... do not usually select representatives
similar to themselves, but grave and respectable men of talent and experience. ...
It is not at all rare for a speaker to keep possession of the floor for three
successive days ; and the number who can hold .... A clear stage and no favour"
is bespoke in the beginning by a s/ape-coach overturned, and certainly clear
enough and ...
|Nietzsche's masterpiece and one of the most controversial books in the history of European literature.|
|This pamphlet," as the author modestly puts it, " gives a summary of the lifting of |
the First French Army and the B.E.F. from ... The title of the book refers to the fact
that it covers the last nine days (May 26 to June 3 last) of the campaign that
ended ... It may not be generally realised, perhaps, how large a proportion of the
rescued force (totalling 316,663 men) was French, .... of civilisation ; the same
element in human nature, presumably, as that which Tennyson called " the ape