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|We are told that “poverty is the step-mother of genius.” A third advantage, |
according to this view, is that poverty brings happiness. The poor are compelled
to In order to reach_ work, and work is a blessing. The person who works hard is
|Poverty is the stepmother of genius. — H. W. Shaw. The poor man should have |
the modesty of young maidens, who never speak of their sex or their infirmities
unless with restraint, in secret, and of necessity. — Joubert. Poverty is the only ...
|Poverty Few. save the poor, feel for the poem—L. E. Lan on. Poverty is the |
stepmother of genius. W. Shaw. To have nothing is not ... Poverty often deprives a
man of all spirit and virtue—Benjamin Frankin. The inevitable consequence of ...
|Quinola Madame, I am the servant of a philosopher; and if the mark of genius is |
poverty, we have a great deal too much genius, madame. The Marchioness To
the point. Quinola Sefior Alfonso Fontanares has come here from Catalonia to
|In ancient Rome, before vice and luxury had made her ashamed of virtuous |
poverty, the name of a Roman mother was ... and that lady's name was Judith, the
step-mother of that great Prince Alfred, whose talents and genius laid the
|a criticism of Mr. Francis Galton's theory of hereditary genius Frank Challice |
Constable ... law is largely conditioned by environment, anyone can put his foot
on the first step of the ladder without environments of rank or social influence,
and with but comparatively little wealth. ... His mother was a woman of position,
and all his relations who are referred to by Mr. Galton as eminent were on the
mother's side ...
|According to Josh Billings: "Poverty is the step mother of genius.""Poverty in the |
words of the wise old Ben Franklin, often deprives a man of all spirit and virtue, it
is hard for an empty bag to stand upright." But Anatole France, the French
|The daughter was in the house of her mother, when an extraordinary letter was |
addressed to her from the chamher of Madame ... Poverty is a state not so fatal to
genius, as it is usually conceived to he. ... which annihilates its ideal evils, and,
hecoming even a source of pride, will confer independence, that first step to
|Or he sets off to find the means to fix his family's fortunes, or he is orphaned, or he |
is left to die by a wicked stepmother. Or he is a prince in ... In a predivorce world,
families were broken by poverty and parental death. Robert Darnton's classic ...
|He had a genius for spying, also much executive ability. ... Charles X. held aloof |
from this shrewd em- ploye\ Peyrade lived in poverty on rue des Moineaux with
an adored daughter, Lydie, the child of La Beaumesnil of the ComeMie-
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