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|Maggie represents a new departure for the Jamesian protagonist — she does not |
emulate earlier disillusioned ... To venture a variation on Blake's aphorism that "A
Truth that's told with bad intent / Beats all the lies you can invent,"" one could ...
|Ambrose Bierce, 1911, The Devil's Dictionary 36:18 A truth that's told with bad |
intent / Beats all the lies you can invent William Blake, c.18o2, 'Auguries of
Innocence', 53 36:19 Truth exists; only lies are invented. Georges Braque, Le jour
et la ...
|Nyberg suggested that lying, when done carefully, could even be a |
compassionate alternative to telling the truth! Other writers tend to be supportive
of this line of thought: “A truth that's told with bad intent, beats all the lies you can
|“'A truth that's told with bad intent, Beats all the lies you can invent,'” I said. “Deep.|
” Guido yawned. “Very deep. Where'd you get it?” “William Blake.” “Deep and
mystical. The question is, who's telling the truth?” “All of them. None of them,” I
|Other parents are that exacting only when it comes to lies about breaking rules. |
The poet William Blake wrote, "A truth that's told with bad intent / Beats all the lies
you can invent." A similar sentiment is expressed in the Czech proverb, "Better a
|Truth Truth sits upon the lips of dying men. - Matthew Arnold, (Sohrab and |
Rustum) A truth that's told with a bad intent Beats all the lies you can invent -
William Blake 'Tis strange, — but true; for truth is always strange; Stranger than
|... Celebrated as the necessary fiction to make a fact palatable, lying became an |
imaginative staple of the Romantics' diet, which even Blake through his criticism,
upheld: “A truth that's told with bad intent/Beats all the lies you can invent” (586).
|Sadly there are those who use a hurtful truth as a weapon to damage someone |
else's self-esteem or charge into battle against someone's beliefs, ... William
Blake wrote: “A truth that's told with bad intent beats all the lies you can invent.”
|good reason to fear, for Pauline told her that if Mother Gonzague ever got wind of |
what she had said to Sr. Martha, she risked being sent away to ... As William
Blake writes, “A truth that's told with bad intent/ Beats all the lies you can invent.
|To become relaxed in our truth, begin by thinking and reflecting on your intent. As |
William Blake wrote, “A truth that's told with bad intent beats all the lies you can
invent.” If you already consider yourself fairly “honest,” try finetuning your sensors