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|Noonan, Peggy The books one reads in childhood, and perhaps most of all the |
bad and good bad books, create in one's mind a sort of false map of ... Orwell,
George This book is not to be tossed lightly aside, but to be hurled with great
|Deaths (more than 500); the obsessions and afflictions of a vast number of writers, artists and composers through the centuries; quotations of heart-stopping beauty - and writer, making of these an echo chamber of the creative life.|
|“Good business writing is not just grammar, or clear thinking, or winning friends |
and influencing people. It is some of ... “This book is not to be tossed aside lightly.
It should be thrown with great force. ... the case of good books, the point is not
how many of them you can get through but rather how many can get through to
|Ready-made phrases are the prefabricated strips of words that come crowding in |
when you do not want to take the trouble to think through what you are ... –Grace
Paley This novel is not to be tossed lightly aside, but to be hurled with great force.
–Dorothy Parker The last thing we decide in writing a book is what to put first.
|BOOKS. Books, books, books. It was not that I read so much. I read and re-read |
the same ones. But all of them were necessary to me. ... 18731954), French writer
This novel is not to be tossed lightly aside but to be hurled with great force.
|The book should be on a table or flat surface • Arms resting on the table • Ears, |
shoulders and hips aligned • Bum well tucked into seat and lower ... "THIS
NOVEL IS NOT TO BE TOSSED LIGHTLY ASIDE, BUT HURLED WITH GREAT
|But no matter what phase we're in, books help us confront our issues, remind us |
that we're not alone, and teach us ... As Dorothy Parker once said, “This is not a
novel to be tossed aside lightly. ... In our “Books to Be Thrown with Great Force”
sidebars, we take a look back at these books that led us down blind alleyways.
|... or the calculated irreverence, or perhaps the gaunt and distinctly contemporary |
candor, but there is something there, ... Viking Press later com- piled the verses
from the first three books and, after Dorothy deleted sixteen more items she ...
Dorothy often is credited with these zingers, though without persuasive attribution
: “This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force
|Pages of 111 Repute The editors of The William and Mary Review asked |
professors which books they thought were so ... fit Dorothy Parker's famous
assessment "This novel is not to be tossed lightly aside, but to be hurled with
|It is hard to know what to make of Wolfram's book. ... like the experience once had |
by Dorothy Parker: 'this is not a [book] to be tossed lightly aside; it should be
thrown with great force'. ... This possibility is of great significance for the topic of
emergence. ... the world is a grid of positions, and these positions can have but
one binary property: that of being 'occupied' or 'unoccupied' (on or off, alive or