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|“Say not always what you know, but always know what you say.” “To do nothing |
evil is good; to wish nothing evil is better.” “Acquaintance lessens fame.” “No one
is more miserable than the person who wills everything and can do nothing.
- 160 pages
|“No one is more miserable than the person who wills everything and can do |
nothing. ... There was some consolation for Australia—Australian off-spinner
Jason Krejza who took 12 wickets on debut was adjudged the Man of the Match.
With this ...
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|Augustus No one is free who does not lord over himself. Claudius Acquaintance |
lessens fame. Claudius No one is more miserable than the person who wills
everything and can do nothing. Claudius Say not always what you know, but
|Carrel, Alexis You do not have to suffer to be a poet. Adolescence is enough |
suffering for anyone. - Ciardi, John No one is more miserable than the person
who wills everything and can do nothing. - Claudius Is suffering so very serious?
2008 - 136 pages
|I may be president of the United States, but my private life is nobody's damned |
business. Chester Arthur Mediocre men ... Claudius No one is more miserable
than the person who wills everything and can do nothing. Claudius Say not
|In the same way, a person of melancholy temperament will make a scene in a |
tragedy out of what appears to the sanguine ... If these be small, no efforts from
without, nothing that his fellowmen or that fortune can do for him, will suffice to
raise him ... Even more miserable will be the lot of the man with intellectual
powers of a high order, who has to leave them ... what accompanies him when
alone, what no one can give or take away, is obviously more essential to him
than everything he ...
Anton Kaes, Martin Jay, Edward Dimendberg - 1995 - 806 pages
|There is now a book, written by a man named Erich Maria Remarque, which was |
lived by millions and will be read by millions too, now and for all time, and not
read as one reads books — rather like one succumbs to one's fate, to the
inescapable in one's time and existence, like ... Nothing new. Except that for a
few hundred thousand people the world was collapsing, along with everything
that until then ... There is nothing more miserable than to hear someone tell his
|... could be caught. They had busied themselves with the coming holidays, and |
no one except the dean had visited. ... “And if they do find Tommy, what then?
Everyone will know.” “So what? That little secret you've been hiding? That's
|At the private school to which he was sent preparatory to going to Eton he was |
even more miserable than when hunting the fox, being, as he termed it, ... OF
James Payn, if of any man, it may be said with truth that he never made an enemy
. ... No one will ever know how many men and women James Payn befriended
during his long career. ... who is now known to fame. of the day, with the sex
problem and the amBut with the fleeting fashions biguous novel, he would have
nothing to do.