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|308 GENIUS GENIUS I never nurs'd a dear gazelle, To dad me with its soft black |
eye, But when it came to know me well And love me, it was sure to die. MOORE ...
(See also HOPKINS) 8 Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. BENJ.
|When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the |
dunces are all in confederacy against him. Jonathan ... per cent perspiration',
while Disraeli agreed with Buffon - 'patience is a necessary ingredient of genius'.
|Genius is mainly an affair of energy—Matthew Arnold. Genius is always more |
suggestive than expressive—Abel Stevens. Talent should minister to genius.—
Robert Browning. Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius.—Beaconsfield.
|GeDius is mainly an affair of energy. — Matthew Arnold. Genius is always more |
suggestive than expressive. — Abel Stevens. Talent should minister to genius. —
Robert Browning. Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. — Beaconsfield.
|“Geniusis nothing but a greater aptitudefor patience.” GeorgeLouis Leclerc |
deBuffon. “Genius is an intuitivetalent for labor.” Johannes Waleus. “Patience is a
necessary ingredient of genius.” Disraeli. “Geniusis capacity fortaking trouble.”
|Delacroix, Eugene Genius is present in every age, but the men carrying it within |
them remain benumbed unless extraordinary events occur to heat up and melt
the mass so that it flows forth. - Diderot, Denis Patience is a necessary ingredient
|Elizabeth Barrett Browning “No great genius has ever been without some |
madness.” — Aristotle “The difference between a genius and a lunatic is that the
genius has proof. ... “Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius.” — “The man
|Ibid. Prologue to Satires. 1. 255. GENIUS. Time, place, and action, may with |
pains be wrought, But genius must be born, and never can be taught. Dryden. ...
Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. Benj. Disraeli. Contarina Fleming.
|Mark Twain • The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, |
which means never losing your enthusiasm. — Aldous Huxley • Patience is a
necessary ingredient of genius. — Benjamin Disraeli • I don't think necessity is