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It is sentimental; but will only accept sentimentality of its own brand: thus in
England it will accept the emotions attached to the concept of home, but the
concept of a son's love for his mother only excites its ridicule. It is careless of
probability if ...
The pieces were provided and I had to accept the mode of action that was
characteristic of each one; I hadsto accept the moves of the persons I played with;
but it has seemed to me that I had the power to make on my side, in accordance ...
And little as I like the deduction, I cannot but accept it; and this is that the work of
art must be judged by its fruits, and if these are not good it is valueless. It is an
odd fact, which must be accepted as in the nature of things and for which I know
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