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Here again the magic of the written word obtains. It is very easy to persuade
oneself that a phrase that one does not quite understand may mean a great deal
more than one realizes. From this there is only a little way to go to fall into the
habit of ...
He had no patience with pretentiousness. He had a sound feeling that idiom was
the backbone of a language and he was all for the racy phrase. He was no
slavish admirer of logic and was willing enough to give usage right of way
through the ...
You feel the man in his phrases, not the mean, querulous, disagreeable man that
he appeared to the world that knew him, but ... Newman had an exquisite grace,
music, playful sometimes and sometimes grave, a woodland beauty of phrase, ...
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This is one of the best books I read for providing a philosophical view of life. It is a book I intend to read again. Read full review