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  • George Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 – 2 November 1950) was an Irish playwright, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1925. See also: Man and
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  • customs of his tribe and island are the laws of nature. ~ George Bernard Shaw (born 26 July 1856) proposed by Kalki 2007 To see ourselves as others see
    19 KB (1,698 words) - 09:08, 26 February 2016
  • books by Lincoln Kirstein and Peter Burchard and the letters of Robert Gould Shaw. Their innocence. Their heritage. Their lives. Their bravery. Nothing would
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  • "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean" when sung by Shaw in America. Claimed that Thomas à Becket wrote words for Shaw. See Notes and Queries. (Aug. 20, 1899). Pp
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  • that will change our world. (Taglines) [talks to a now-frozen Sebastian Shaw] If you're in there, I'd like you to know that I agree with every word you
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  • shares with Bernard Shaw: both were driven by a strange compulsion to be flippant. But when he becomes absorbed in an idea, Shaw can remain serious for
    99 KB (16,173 words) - 14:43, 4 April 2016
  • Bernard Shaw.—Franklin P. Adams, FPA Book of Quotations, p. 883 (1952). Archibald Henderson, in his third biography of Shaw, George Bernard Shaw: Man of
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  • [and] of the obsolete fictitious for the contemporary real... George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903), Epistle dedicatory. I shall the effect of this
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  • invitation, a letting down of the drawbridge between the artist and the world. Shaw had no time for such ruses. Unlike most of his countrymen, he abominated
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  • Britain are two countries separated by a common language. George Bernard Shaw, widely attributed beginning in the 1940s, e.g. Reader’s Digest (November
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  • September 4, 1919. The Messages and Papers of Woodrow Wilson, ed. Albert Shaw, vol. 2, p. 728 (1924). Wikipedia has an article about: Mankind
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  • be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity. George Bernard Shaw, The Devil's Disciple, Act II (1901). Proprium humani ingenii, est odisse
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  • Book II Assassination is the extreme form of censorship. George Bernard Shaw, "The limits to Tolerance", in preface of The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet
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  • Franklin, Oliver Wendell Holmes (Sr or Jr), Herbert Spencer, or George Bernard Shaw, but this is apparently the original source. Variant: We don't stop playing
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  • Tanner Campbell) Campbell, letter to George Bernard Shaw (August 13, 1912), Alan Dent, ed., Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell: Their Correspondence (1952)
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  • has the great advantage over cricket of being sooner ended. George Bernard Shaw, attributed in Colin Jarman, The Guinness Dictionary of Sports Quotations
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  • things I did were failures, so I did ten times more work. George Bernard Shaw, as quoted in Appropriate Technology : A Focus for the Nineties (1991) by
    74 KB (11,524 words) - 01:15, 24 July 2016
  • that Little Dorrit was true there would be a revolution. George Bernard Shaw, in "Charles Dickens and Little Dorrit (1908), in The DIckensian, Vol. 4
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  • machine. Sameen Shaw: Cole, I think I've been made. My 3, good looking guy in a suit. [Root is about to torture Shaw] Sameen Shaw: One of the things
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  • —A light, she said, not of the sky Lives somewhere in the Orange Tree. Shaw Neilson, Ballad and Lyrical Poems (1923), "The Orange Tree". Dear to the
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