Charles Dudley Warner Quotes

Charles Dudley Warner Quotes

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5 Quotes about Variety from Literature
Variety Quotes from Literature

“I never keep to anything long. Variety is the mother of Enjoyment.” ~ Vivian Grey by Benjamin Disraeli

Five Quotes About Society From Literature
Society Quotes

“It saves trouble to be conventional, for you’re not always explaining things.” – And more quotes about society from literature.

LitQuotes Duo – We All Have a Purpose
LitQuotes - Quotes from Literature

It’s reassuring to think that we all have a place and a purpose. “No one is useless in this world,” retorted the Secretary, “who lightens . . . read more

9 Charles Dudley Warner Quotes

It is so much easier to forgive a failure than a success. ~ A Little Journey in the World by Charles Dudley Warner "How much good do you suppose condescending charity does?" ~ A Little Journey in the World by Charles Dudley Warner "It isn't an easy thing," said Mr. Brad, "to cater to a public that gets tired of anything in about three days." ~ That Fortune by Charles Dudley Warner To see both sides is indeed the requisite of a great lawyer, but to see the opposite side only in order to win, as in looking over an opponent's hand in a game of cards. ~ That Fortune by Charles Dudley Warner Whatever may be said about the power of the press, it is undeniable that it can set the entire public thinking and talking about any topic. ~ That Fortune by Charles Dudley Warner Few people can resist doing what is universally expected of them. This invisible pressure is more difficult to stand against than individual tyranny. ~ That Fortune by Charles Dudley Warner His experience at the publishers had taught him one important truth, and that is that a big subject does not make a big writer, that all that any mind can contribute to the general thought of the world in literature is what is in itself, and if there is nothing in himself it is vain for the writer to go far afield for a theme. ~ That Fortune by Charles Dudley Warner Representatives of society and of art graciously mingled, since it is discovered that it is easier to make art fashionable than to make fashion artistic. ~ The Golden House by Charles Dudley Warner The complex affair we call the world requires a great variety of people to keep it going. ~ The Golden House by Charles Dudley Warner


 

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