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|It is the business of the artist to follow it home to the heart of the individual fighters |
-- not to talk in armies and nations and numbers -- but to track it home. -
Lawrence, D. H. Of course in war all madnesses come out in a man, that is the
fault of ...
|After all, there is no reason why you should take thought for me. ... Gertler says all |
your work makes you happy. ... British cruelty in Germany - Of course in war all
the madnesses come out in a man, that is the fault of war not of a man or a nation
|Common 44 The most persistent sound which reverberates through man's history |
is the beating of war drums. ARTHUR ... 5 1 Of course in war all madnesses
come oul in a man, that is the fault of war not of a man or a nation. FRIEDA ...
|-Malcolm Forbes (1984) ; Of course in war all ; madnesses come out in □ a man, |
that is the fault ; of war, not of a man or I a nation. Frieda Lawrence It's raining, my
soul, it's raining, but it's raining dead eyes. GUIUMIME APOLLINAIRE ; That ...
|THE HOLIDAY FOR THEOLOGY Coming in the way of the. the sufferings of |
Poland—and, in spite of much tall talk, for ourselves first, last. and all the time. So
is every other nation on earth, only we are less hypocritical about it—or shall I say
more naive? We have ... Has it occurred to any of the prophets that we may be
entering upon one of those war-cycles, so familiar in written history? Heaven ... '
Not for three weeks, and, indeed, you may be lucky to get them in six,' the man
Edward Jewitt Wheeler, Isaac Kaufman Funk, William Seaver Woods - 1916 - Read - More editions
|The 'comic; supplement,' to the joy of all good men, will disappear completely ; |
the 'pictorial section' will dwindle to ... to find other employment "Instead of
computing how many books they can bring out each year, publishers will aim to
limit the ... The nation was not prepared for war — it was the fault of Oxford and
Cambridge; it had no great array of scientists to be ... after peace had come,
France should retain the greatest possible influence in a domain where she had
so long led.
|The great fault of our present-day preaching—there are, of course, exceptions—|
is that it lacks this bold, fearless, ... Did our readers ever stop to think that it was
because of the impossibles of Jesus' preaching that men have always heard it
eagerly? ... the nation in its time of crisis than has the Navy League people are
not going to pay much attention to the preachers. ... It is the war spirit which has
done this thing—what shall it profit us to conjure up this spirit in our own country
and thus ...
|And now there comes a real war. ... have expected the whole nation to flame into |
arms. Not a bit of it! The piteous posters, idly watched by cigaretted loungers, ...
Even the violent anti- German "John Bull," the weekly with the largest circulation
in England, came out at the time of the ... Its editor, Horatio Bottomley, is probably
the most popular man in the country among ... school of literature in general, the
crazily hysterical appeals of the war posters, the sexual inducements, all fell flat.
|And now there comes a real war. One might have expected the whole nation to |
flame into arms. Not a bit of it! The piteous posters, idly watched by cigaretted
loungers, ... The press set the trumpet to its lips and blew; all we heard was a
squeak like a rag doll's. ... Even the violent anti- German "John Bull," the weekly
with the largest circulation in England, came out at the time of ... man in the
country among the lower middle and working classes and of all politicians most
sure and quick to ...
|they may legally and uninterruptedly do what a rational being1 like man is |
required to do for the perfection of his being ... from the aggressions of hostile
nations, — when they have proper security that the blessings which they enjoy to-
day shall not be ... and divine obligation of law, and law interferes not with the
liberty which, so far as it belongs to man at all, belongs to him by ... Neither does
it, if the sword of foreign aggression go through the land, and the trumpet of war
be heard, and ...