Saturday, October 3, 2009

Daily Dose

From Essays on Life and Literature, by Robert Lynd

"Those who are accustomed to think of Johnson as always talking for victory, and if necessary, stunning his antagonist into submission, will paint a misleading portrait of him if they do not also remember that, while he was a dictator, he was a dictator boundlessly interested in the interests of other people."

From Dr. Johnson

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