Saturday, December 25, 2010

E.B. White

Quotes from E.B. White's essays:

"I think the Court again heard clearly the simple theme that ennobles our Constitution: that no one shall be made to feel uncomfortable or unsafe because of nonconformity."

"The quality in New York that insulates its inhabitants from life may simply weaken them as individuals. Perhaps it is healthier to live in a community where, when a cornice falls, you feel the blow; where, when the governor passes, you see at any rate his hat." ("Here is New York")

"This place has been too much for them; they sit languishing in a cheap restaurant over a speechless meal."

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