Mary Augusta Ward Quotes

Mary Augusta Ward Quotes: The only thing which can keep journalism alive - journalism, which is born of the moment, serves the moment, and, as a rule, dies with the moment - is - again the Stevensonian secret! - charm.
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Mary Augusta Ward Quote: To reconceive the Christ! It is the special task of our age ...
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Quotes about Mary Augusta Ward: A victim to certain obscure forms of gout, he was in character neither stupid, nor inhuman, but he suffered from the usual drawbacks of his class, - too much money, and too few ideas.
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Quote about Mary Augusta Ward: Customers must be delicately angled for at a safe distance - show yourself too much, and, like trout, they flashed away.
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Mary Augusta Ward Sayings: ... the strictness of to-day may have at any moment to be purchased by the laxity of to-morrow.
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Mary Augusta Ward Saying: City of rest! - as it seems to our modern senses, - how is it possible that so busy, so pitiless and covetous a life as history shows us, should have gone to the making and the fashioning of Venice!
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Sayings about Mary Augusta Ward: I wanted to show how a man of sensitive and noble character, born for religion, comes to throw off the orthodoxies of his day and moment, and to go out into the wilderness where all is experiment, and spiritual life begins again.
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Saying about Mary Augusta Ward: We believed that growth through Local Government, and perhaps through some special machinery for bringing the wishes and influence of women of all classes to bear on Parliament, other than the Parliamentary vote, was the real line of progress.
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Mary Augusta Ward Quotes: A life spent largely among books, and in the exercise of a literary profession, has very obvious drawbacks, as a subject-matter, when one comes to write about it.
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