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|A man attains an elevated position only when his mediocrity prevents him from |
being a threat to others. And for this reason a ... William Cowper What a heavy
burden is a name that has too soon become famous. Voltaire If I'm such a ...
|What a heavy burden is a name that has become too soon famous. Voltaire. La |
Henriade. Ch. 111. Fame is the shade of immortality. And in itself a shadow.
Soon as caught, Contemn'd ; it shrinks to nothing in the grasp. "Young. Night
|§ome to the fascination of a name burrender Judgment hoodwinked. COWPEB. |
... Life is too short for any distant aim; And cold the dull reward of future fame.
LADY M. ... a heavy burden is a name that has become too soon famous.
|I courted fame but as a spur to brave and honest deeds ; who despises fame will |
soon renounce the virtues that deserve it. Mallei. Of present fame ... What a
heavy burden is a name that has too soon become famous. Voltaire. Fame is
|A good name once lost is seldom, if ever, regained. J. Foster. It is not true that a |
rose by any other name will smell as sweet. Anthony Trollope. What a heavy
burden is a name that has become too soon famous ! Voltaire. He that tears away
|The fame you earn has a different taste from the fame that is forced upon you. - |
Vanderbilt, Gloria Men's fame is like their ... Virgil What a heavy burden is a name
that has become famous too soon. - Voltaire The day will come when everyone ...
|The film was primarily a vehicle for Clifton Webb as college professor Thornton |
Sayre, who has a secret past as silent screen idol Bruce Blair. Hunter played ...
What a heavy burden is a name that has become famous too soon. VOLTAIRE
|Voltaire What a heavy burden is a name that has become famous too soon. - |
Voltaire It is fancy rather than taste which produces so many new fashions. -
Voltaire Chance is a word void of sense; nothing can exist without a cause. -
Voltaire We ...
|He takes his chances on catching a taxicab in getting around New York rather |
than have a limousine waiting for him. ... "What a heavy burden is a name that
has too soon become famous," bemoaned Voltaire of his own early fame. John D.
|THE necessity of paying heavy naval insurance for the maintenance not merely |
of imperial greatness, but of the very existence of England as a nation, was once
hotly denied by men who spoke in the name of religion as well as by ... nation "
being saved " " none too soon " from the " parsimony falsely called economy, by
which more than one great nation has been ruined ... Cromwell's famous saying
on the lips of modern churchmen seems to run, " Trust in God and keep your navy