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|George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) Anglo-Irish playwright, critic Self-denial is the |
shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. Frank Harris (1856-1931) British
journalist, novelist, biographer Most of us have suffered from a certain sort of ...
|One exhausts what they have to say in a very short time, and then they become |
as tedious as one's relations. Bad art is a great deal worse than no art at all. Self-
denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. Art is not to be ...
|Lost Among the Hearing CHAPTER 13 Love At Last "Self-denial is the shining |
sore on the leprous body of Christianity. " — Oscar Wilde Why I Love Clarence I
met Clarence for the first time at an espresso coffee shop; I had just gotten off of ...
|Self-denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. Oscar Wilde, by |
Frank Harris (CG, p287) 2219. I really must become a Catholic, though I fear that
if I went before the Holy Father with a blossoming rod it would turn at once into ...
|Selfdenial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity." Toallthis M |
giggled applause, which naturally excited the combative instincts in mealways
too alert. "All greatartists," I replied, "have had to practise chastity; it is chastity
|'Bad food is bad for everyone, and abstinence from tobacco is mere torture to me. |
Chastity is just as unnatural and devilish as hunger; I hate both. Self- denial is the
shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity.' To all this M — giggled ...
|ABSTINENCE Self-denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. |
Quoted in: Harris, cfa. 14. CHIEVEMENT A man's very highest moment is, I have
no doubt at all, when he kneels in the dust, and beats his breast, and tells all the
|Self-denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. - Wilde, Oscar |
Art is not to be taught in Academies. It is what one looks at, not what one listens to
, that makes the artist. The real schools should be the streets. - Wilde, Oscar The
|Man and Superman, "Maxims for Revolutionists: Vlriucs and Vices" (1903). 8 Self|
-denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. OSCAR WILDE (
1854-1900), Anglo-Irish playwright, author. Quoled in: Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde,
|She held the body long in her arms, as if fondly J hoping to warm and revivify it |
with her breath. ... It became a prayer of thanksgiving to him who had released
the dove-like spirit from the prison-house of pain, that it might taste ... She
composed the shining looks around the pure forehead, and gazed long on what
was to her so beautiful. .... She had persevered in her complicated and self-
denying duties, with that charity which " bearelh all things, believeth all things, en
- dureth all things.