G. K. Chesterton Quote

The great misfortune of the modern English is not at all that they are more boastful than other people (they are not); it is that they are boastful about those particular things which nobody can boast of without losing them.


The Essential Gilbert K. Chesterton (ed. Simon and Schuster, 2013) - ISBN: 9781627931618

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The great misfortune of the modern English is not at all that they are more boastful than other people (they are not); it is that they are boastful...

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The great misfortune of the modern English is not at all that they are more boastful than other people (they are not); it is that they are boastful...

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The great misfortune of the modern English is not at all that they are more boastful than other people (they are not); it is that they are boastful...

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The great misfortune of the modern English is not at all that they are more boastful than other people (they are not); it is that they are boastful...