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|BENJAMIN DISRAELI, Coningsby (on late fatherhood, 2003) I'm very excited at |
this age of my life to be starting a new family, but I'd like not to be in a wheelchair
for high school ... ERICA JONG Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.
|Judith Viorst You know you're getting old when all the names in your black book |
have M. D. after them. Harrison Ford Youth is the best time to be rich, and the
best time to be poor. Euripides Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.
|—George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950) Youth loves honor and victory more than |
money. —Aristotle ... —Cicero Even if the world progresses generally, youth will
always be at the beginning. ... Youth is a gift of nature, but age is a work of art.
|He freely acknowledged “the debt of gratitude incurred in my youth" (both as a |
student at Nassau Hall and as the first graduate student of the college). On his
death .... Youth, they say, is a gift of nature, but age is a work of art. So tell of
some gift ...
|The only downside of this book is that it is bound to deepen your laugh lines.” —Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed Actor and humorist Annabelle Gurwitch returns with a wickedly funny book of essays about the indignities ...|
|Youth is a gift of nature; aging is a work of art. ... When he had not returned by 5:|
30, his wife informed the police who searched the entire city and neighboring
towns, but there was no sign of him or the car. ... also known to drink heavily
when she went out with friends, two women about her age whom she saw
|Crane, Carrington, Gershwin, and the Nature of First Acts Nicholas Delbanco. “|
The Art of Youth is a brilliant book about the power of youth to make great art,
itself suffused with youthfulness, with wisdom ... His consideration of the triumphs
and pains of these precocious artists — short lives, brilliant works— is the perfect
companion to Lastingness: The Art of Old Age but also stands ... The final pages
offer a lovely reflection — at once rueful and wry— on Delbanco's own
|How well I can recall the time When first I turn'd thy page ; The green boughs |
closed above my head, A natural hermitage. ... we need but revert first to the
voyage made while yet a youth by her father, and next to a book which he gave
her, bearing ... The mention of the paternal gift (the "Arabian Nights"), suggests a
reference, before we proceed further, to a little .... and mastery of the divine art,
there were proofs of a love of it too intense to fail in working out some of the
sweetest of its 6 ...
|For thec, my Father ! howsoc'er it please, She frames this slender work, nor know |
I aught That may thy gifts more suitably ... powers, by whom inspired, thyself Art
skilful to associate verse with airs Harmonious, and to give the human voice A
thousand ... I speak not now, on more important themes Intent, of common
benefits, and such As nature bids, but of thy larger gifts, My ... Still more, if like ••
him ' paradise" he had dallied with an ardent youth, he had kewisc in his old age
Gain'd the ...
|r 7 v ~—u~1 j art, there were proofs ofa love of it too intense to l. thus recalled by |
Mr. Landon. " How well I can recall the time When first I turn'd thy age; death of Sir
Walter Scott, to the time and scene The reen bou hs closed ... flfrtca, had
extraveling, hat were early predominant in her mind, we need but revert first to
the voyage made while yet a youth by her father, ... The mention of the paternal
gift (the "Arabian Nights”), suggests a reference, before we proceed further, to a
little sketch in ...