George Arnold

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George Arnold (June 24, 1834November 9, 1865) was an author and poet. After briefly attempting a career as a portrait painter, he turned to writing and became a regular contributor to Vanity Fair.

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  • "Learn while you're young," he often said,
    "There is much to enjoy, down here below;
    Life for the living, and rest for the dead!"
    Said the jolly old pedagogue, long ago.
    • The Jolly Old Pedagogue.
  • The living need charity more than the dead.
    • The Jolly Old Pedagogue.

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