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There is an article here by mr. anthony lewis, correspondent for the new york times, dateline washington, february 21, which i would like to put into the record.
The language of lucan, persius, and juvenal still breathed the same spirit in the deadening atmosphere of the empire.
"as if the king would consent to a nobleman thus demeaning himself!" cried elise; "as if he would graciously allow the count so far to degrade himself!"
We met all the rest of the mission at the embassy door, and then there was a general detente, the men all calling for their servants to get them out of their uniforms, and to bring beer and cigars.
"now whatever may be the lot of this paper, be that as common fame shall direct, yet without entering into the enquiry who writes better, or who writes worse, i shall lay down one specific, by which you that read shall impartially determine who are, or are not, to be called good writers.
But then we have to account for this antecedent volition, and it can be accounted for only in the same way. we shall then have an infinite, or more properly, an indefinite series of volitions, without any first volition; consequently we shall have no self-determiner after all, because we can arrive at no first determiner, and thus the idea of self-determination becomes self-destructive.
Symonds shuns both the didacticism which arnold's view encourages, and the worship of form implied in pater's statement; though it should be said that pater in his essay on "style" urges that, after all, subject matter is the deciding factor in determining great art.
To avoid these-truth compels me to state-mr. bradford took an ignominious flight, for, saying that he must hasten upstairs to dress for dinner, he put aside the detaining arms which would have kept him till conjecture was satisfied, and once more assuring his little girls that he had absolutely nothing to do with the box of bonbons and its valuable contents, and congratulating bessie that her heart's desire was attained, he hurried away to his own room.
In addition to this, the bridge was of low grade and admirably adapted for deterring flood flow.