George Jean Nathan Quote

There is something distinguished about even his failures; they sink not trivially, but with a certain air of majesty, like a great ship, its flags flying, full of holes.


The American Mercury (ed. 1929)

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There is something distinguished about even his failures; they sink not trivially, but with a certain air of majesty, like a great ship, its flags...

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There is something distinguished about even his failures; they sink not trivially, but with a certain air of majesty, like a great ship, its flags...

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There is something distinguished about even his failures; they sink not trivially, but with a certain air of majesty, like a great ship, its flags...

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There is something distinguished about even his failures; they sink not trivially, but with a certain air of majesty, like a great ship, its flags...