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The press , in fact , kills the individuality of those who write for it . Nor is reviewing
less harmful ; the writer has not the time to read any books but those that directly
concern him , and this reading of hundreds of books haphazard , not for the ...
In point of fact he was incredibly idle and left the work of his parish to his curate
and his churchwardens . But I was impressionable and soon became very
religious . I accepted what I was taught , both in my uncle's vicarage and
afterwards at ...
The fact is that they do not want many of the things that to others of us appear
essential . It is fortunate for the well - to - do . For he is blind who will not see that
in the lives of the proletariat in the great cities all is misery and confusion . It is
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