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A dream is a scripture, and many scriptures are nothing but dreams.
~ Umberto Eco | (Italian novelist and critic ) | 1929-? | Dreams
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A fool always finds a greater fool to admire him.
~ Nicolas Boileau-DesprA©aux | ( French poet and critic. ) | 1636-1711 | Fools
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A good cigar is as great a comfort to a man as a good cry is to a woman.
~ Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton | ( British politician, poet and critic. ) | 1803-1873 | Men and Women
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A good heart is better than all the heads in the world.
~ Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton | ( British politician, poet and critic. ) | 1803-1873 | Heart
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A religion, that is, a true religion, must consist of ideas and facts both; not of ideas alone without facts, for then it would be mere Philosophy; -- nor of facts alone without ideas, of which those facts are symbols, or out of which they arise, or upon which they are grounded: for then it would be mere History.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Religion
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A sneer is the weapon of the weak.
~ James Russell Lowell | (American poet, critic and editor. ) | 1819-1891 | Criticism
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A tragic situation exists precisely when virtue does not triumph but when it is still felt that man is nobler than the forces which destroy him.
~ George Orwell | ( British novelist, essayist, and critic. ) | 1903-1950 | Tragedy
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A wise skepticism is the first attribute of a good critic.
~ James Russell Lowell | (American poet, critic and editor. ) | 1819-1891 | Criticism
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Advice is like snow; the softer it falls the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into the mind.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Advice
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All heiresses are beautiful.
~ John Dryden | (British poet, dramatist and critic. ) | 1631-1700 | Inheritance
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All human things are subject to decay, and when fate summons, monarchs must obey.
~ John Dryden | (British poet, dramatist and critic. ) | 1631-1700 | Death
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All things are subject to decay and when fate summons, monarchs must obey.'
~ John Dryden | (British poet, dramatist and critic. ) | 1631-1700 | Fate
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All, as they say, that glitters is not gold.
-: [ Hind and the Panther. ]
~ John Dryden | (British poet, dramatist and critic. ) | 1631-1700 | Appearance
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An instinctive taste teaches men to build their churches with spire steeples which point as with a silent finger to the sky and stars.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Church
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An orphan's curse would drag to hell, a spirit from on high; but oh! more horrible than that, is a curse in a dead man's eye!
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Death
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And nobler is a limited command,
Given by the love of all your native land,
Than a successive title, long and dark,
Drawn from the mouldy rolls of Noah's Ark.

-: [ Absalom and Achitophel (1681), Part I, line 299. ]
~ John Dryden | (British poet, dramatist and critic. ) | 1631-1700 | Country
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And though thou notest from thy safe recess old friends burn dim, like lamps in noisome air love them for what they are; nor love them less, because to thee they are not what they were.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Friendship
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And we forget because we must and not because we will.
~ Matthew Arnold | (British poet and cultural critic ) | 1822 - 1888 | Absence
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Anger ventilated often hurries towards forgiveness; anger concealed often hardens into revenge.
~ Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton | ( British politician, poet and critic. ) | 1803-1873 | Anger
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Aptitude found in the understanding and is often inherited. Genius coming from reason and imagination, rarely.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge | ( British poet, critic, and philosopher. ) | 1772-1834 | Ability
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As life runs on, the road grows strange with faces new -- and near the end. The milestones into headstones change, Neath every one a friend.
~ James Russell Lowell | (American poet, critic and editor. ) | 1819-1891 | Age
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