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No one can tell the whole truth about himself. It is not only vanity that has
prevented those who have tried to reveal themselves to the world from telling the
whole truth; it is direction of interest; their disappointment with themselves, their
At the present day, living as we do in an age of specialization, I have a notion that
on the whole the cobbler does best to stick to his last. Because I had heard that
Dryden had learnt to write English from his study of Tillotson, I read certain ...
In their sheltered, easy lives it looks as though this were the only pain that had
much afflicted them and one might almost conclude that with the improvement of
American dentistry the whole problem could be conveniently shelved.
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