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There are two kinds of taste, the taste for emotions of surprise and the taste for emotions of recog...
HENRY JAMES
The great fact all the while however had been the incalculability; since he had supposed himself, fr...
HENRY JAMES
We work in the dark, We do what we can, We give what we have, Our doubt is our passion, And our pass...
HENRY JAMES
Everything about Florence seems to be colored with a mild violet, like diluted wine.
HENRY JAMES
They strike one, above all, as giving no account of themselves in any terms already consecrated by h...
HENRY JAMES
The deep well of unconscious cerebration.
HENRY JAMES
Life is a predicament which precedes death
HENRY JAMES
He himself was almost never bored, and there was no man with whom it would have been a greater mista...
HENRY JAMES
The young girl inspected her flounces and smoothed her ribbons again; and Winterbourne presently ris...
HENRY JAMES
Her reputation for reading a great deal hung about her like the cloudy envelope of a goddess in an e...
HENRY JAMES
Try to be one of those on whom nothing is lost.
HENRY JAMES
So here it is at last, the distinguished thing!
HENRY JAMES
She feels in italics and thinks in CAPITALS.
HENRY JAMES
[Leaves of Grass is] monstrous because it pretends to persuade the soul while it slights the intelle...
HENRY JAMES
The Baroness found it amusing to go to tea; she dressed as if for dinner. The tea-table offered an a...
HENRY JAMES
To live only to suffer—only to feel the injury of life repeated and enlarged—it seemed to her sh...
HENRY JAMES
The girl had a certain nobleness of imagination, which rendered her a good many services and played ...
HENRY JAMES
One can't judge till one's forty; before that we're too eager, too hard, too cruel, and in addition ...
HENRY JAMES
If one is strong, one loves the more strongly.
HENRY JAMES
I always want to know the things one shouldn't do."
"So as to do them?" asked her aunt.
"S...
HENRY JAMES
Life is, in fact, a battle. Evil is insolent and strong; beauty enchanting, but rare; goodness very ...
HENRY JAMES
He was holding his breath so as not to inhale the odor of democracy.
HENRY JAMES
From the beginning of our history the country has been afflicted with compromise. It is by compromi...
CHARLES SUMNER
The drummer is the backbone of the band and is the real underrated one.
BERNARD SUMNER
The true grandeur of humanity is in moral elevation, sustained, enlightened and decorated by the int...
CHARLES SUMNER
We have never dealt with the dollars we are dealing with today,
CHARLES SUMNER
The true grandeur of humanity is in moral elevation, sustained, enlightened and decorated by the int...
CHARLES SUMNER
She came to the table with a concept, and I bought onto that and tried to fulfill what she wanted to...
DAN SUMNER