Professor Kelli McBride
John Morley, Rousseau, 1876
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Favorite Quotes and A Few Ideas
«to get the habit of reading is always to build on your own a refuge from almost all of the miseries of life.» W. Somerset Maugham
They will also, in the end, burn human beings wherever they burn books. » Heinrich Heine, Almansor, 1823
«towards the guy that is everything that is afraid.» Sophocles, Fragment 58, Acrisius, fifth Century, B.C.
«The competition, for a long time, is to save Liberty through the grasp of executive energy.» Daniel Webster, Speech in U.S. Senate, might 27, 1834
«If a country expects become ignorant and free, in a situation of civilization, it expects exactly just what never ever ended up being rather than will likely to be.» Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Col. Read More