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How often could things be remedied by a word. How often is it left unspoken.

Norman Douglas (1868-1952) Austro-British writer
An Almanac (1945)
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Justice is too good for some people and not good enough for the rest.

Norman Douglas (1868-1952) Austro-British writer
Good-bye to Western Culture (1930)
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The heroes, the saints, and sages — they are those who face the world alone.

Norman Douglas (1868-1952) Austro-British writer
South Wind, ch. 11 (1917)
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What is all wisdom save a collection of platitudes? But the man who orders his life according to their teachings cannot go far wrong.

Norman Douglas (1868-1952) Austro-British writer
South Wind, ch. 16 (1917)
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You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements.

Norman Douglas (1868-1952) Austro-British writer
South Wind, ch. 7 (1917)
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