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|Colton, Charles Caleb Our memories are card indexes consulted and then |
returned in disorder by authorities whom we do not control. - Connolly, Cyril
Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory. - Conrad, Joseph Oh, how cruelly sweet
are the ...
|the favour of being shot quickly, or else kicked out to go free and starve in my |
own way.' "... 'His debilitated ... Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory, and the
truth of every passion wants some pretence to make it live. Standing at the gate of
|Vanity is so secure in the heart of man that everyone wants to be admired: even I |
who write this, and you who read this. ~Blaise Pascal Vanity is the ... ~Lord
Chesterfield Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory. ~Joseph Conrad We speak
|XIN-CHUAN: I'll make a great display of my medals and trophies. I won't kick my |
vanity, my narcissism. As the Bible says, all is vanity. As J. Conrad says, vanity
plays lurid tricks with our memory. HUNG-MING: Wow! Get up steam! Show off
|Taylor Swift A pretty wife is something for the fastidious vanity of a roue to retire |
upon. Thomas Moore Pride does not wish to owe and vanity does not wish to pay
. François de la Rochefoucauld Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory. Joseph
|Pride always recoups its losses and loses nothing even when it dispenses with |
vanity. ... SWIFT A man who is not a fool can rid himself of every folly but vanity.
ROUSSEAU The vain ... CHESTERFIELD Vanity plays lurid tricks with our
|“Vanity Plays lurid tricks with our memory.” Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) “No fruits|
, no flowers, no leaves, no birds, - November!” Thomas Hood (1799-1845) British
poet “Children aren't happy with nothing to ignore, And that's what parents ...
|Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory. —Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim 7.1 Realism|
, Selective Confirmation, and Retrospective Judgments of Idleness As we saw in
the preceding chapter, the best remaining hope for defending realism from the ...
|him, 'you that I find skulking here with your mouth full of your responsibility, of |
innocent lives, of your infernal duty? What do you know ... Vanity plays lurid tricks
with our memory, and the truthof every passion wants some pretence to make
|There are my men in the same boat—and, by God, I am not the sort to jump out of |
trouble and leave them in a d—d lurch,” I said. ... Vanity plays lurid tricks with our
memory, and the truth of every passion wants some pretence to make it live.
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