George Saintsbury Quotes
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But the eighteenth century, on the whole, loathed melancholy.
Oratory is, after all, the prose literature of the savage.
But dinner is dinner, a meal at which not so much to eat — it becomes difficult to eat much at it as you grow older — as to drink, to talk, to flirt, to discuss, to rejoice "at the closing of the day". I do not think anything serious should be done after it, as nothing should before breakfast.