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|Colton, Charles Caleb Little progress can be made by merely attempting to |
repress what is evil. Our great hope lies in developing what is good. - Coolidge,
Calvin Nothing recedes like progress. - Cummings, E.E. (Edward. E.) I was taught
|Six decades later, the typical TV father is more like Homer Simpson: a fool. ... |
allowing poet E. E. Cummings to turn 10 the old adage, “nothing succeeds like
success,” into the sobering maxim, “nothing recedes like progress” (see Figure
|In the postmodern era, people increasingly recognize that apparent progress, |
including scientific advances, often have negative consequences (Scott, 1998;
see Figure 2.2). As the poet E. E. Cummings once wrote, “nothing recedes like ...
|In the postmodern era, more and more people recognize that apparent progress, |
including scientific advances, often have negative consequences (Scott, 1998).
As the poet e e cummings once wrote,“nothing recedes like progress.
|“Nothing recedes like progress,” I say. Andy frowns. Jake shakes his head, |
grinning. Sam, hands still on the wheel, turns to look at us. “I heard that before.
Isn't that from—” Fiona, whose eyes are directed straight ahead, through the
|Humorists, Wits, and Satirists of the Past Diana Dell. e. e. cummings ( I 8 9 4 — r |
9 6 2) U.S. Poet Knowledge is a polite word for dead but not buried imagination.
Nothing recedes like progress. America makes prodigious mistakes, America has
|If a poet is anybody, he is somebody to whom things made matter very little—|
somebody who is obsessed by Making. Nothing recedes like progress. America
makes prodigious mistakes, America has colossal faults, but one thing cannot be
|“Nothing recedes like progress.” —E. E. Cummings, Jottings (ˇ95ˇ) Deuel had |
starred in three theatrical movies under his Universal contract, but all received
mixed reviews and made little impact at the box o‡ce. He was making a bigger
|IV THE RECESSION OF PROGRESS Let us hush this cry of "Forward" till ten |
thousand years have gone. -Tennyson Nothing recedes like progress. -E. E.
Cummings In his old age the hero of "Locksley Hall," no longer the apologist for
|This is it; you want them and they like you, but don't relax. ... Remember, 'nothing |
recedes like success'. ... Where this is done because the business doesn't see
much prospect of progress, they are usually right – they make no progress ...