„How could liberty ever have established itself amongst us? Apart from several tragic scenes, the revolution has been nothing but a web of farcical scenes… But it is in the nation’s senate that the most grotesque parades have taken place.“
„Certainly, no revolution that has ever taken place in society can be compared to that which has been produced by the words of Jesus Christ.“
— Mark Hopkins (educator) American educationalist and theologian 1802 - 1887
„One presence fill and floods the whole serene;
Nothing can be, nothing has ever been,
Except the one truth that creates the scene.“
— Margaret Fuller American feminist, poet, author, and activist 1810 - 1850
Context: A single thought transfuses every form; The sunny day is changed into the storm, For light is dark, hard soft, and cold is warm.One presence fill and floods the whole serene; Nothing can be, nothing has ever been, Except the one truth that creates the scene.</p
„It's in the action scenes that things fall apart. Consider the scene where Spider-Man is given a cruel choice between saving Mary Jane or a cable car full of school kids. He tries to save both, so that everyone dangles from webbing that seems about to pull loose. The visuals here could have given an impression of the enormous weights and tensions involved, but instead the scene seems more like a bloodless storyboard of the idea. In other CGI scenes, Spidey swoops from great heights to street level and soars back up among the skyscrapers again with such dizzying speed that it seems less like a stunt than like a fast-forward version of a stunt.“
— Roger Ebert American film critic, author, journalist, and TV presenter 1942 - 2013
Review http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/spider-man-2002 of Spider-Man (3 May 2002)
„This is the place. Stand still, my steed,—
Let me review the scene,
And summon from the shadowy past
The forms that once have been.“
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow American poet 1807 - 1882
A Gleam of Sunshine, reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919).
„From education by the Church to education by Germanic value is a step of several generations. We are the transition from one education to the other. We are the conquerors of one era and the founders of a new - also religious - epoch. We bear a heavy and therefore a great destiny. To destroy images is something every revolution has been able to do. But to establish its cause upon nothing and yet not to burn all bridges behind it: that is the nobility of character of the National Socialist era. The German people is not marked by original sin, but by original nobility. The place of Christian love has been taken by the National Socialist, Germanic idea of comradeship... which has already been symbolically expressed through the replacement of the rosary by the spade of labour.“
— Alfred Rosenberg German architect and politician 1893 - 1946
Quoted in Chapter 13, Part 3 of "The Face Of The Third Reich" by Joachim C. Fest.
— Samuel Goldwyn American film producer (1879-1974). 1879 - 1974
Alternately reported as "We can get all the Indians we need at the reservoir", in Paul F. Boller, John George, They Never Said It (1990), p. 40.
„Who that hath ever been
Could bear to be no more?
Yet who would tread again the scene
He trod through life before?“
— James Montgomery British editor, hymn writer, and poet 1771 - 1854
The Falling Leaf.
„The eclipse of the Aborigines was tragic. Could it have been averted? It could have been prevented for a time if no British settlers had landed, but eventually people of other European or Asian nations would have come and occupied much of the land.“
— Geoffrey Blainey Australian historian 1930
„And most important, nothing was to be taken for granted in that place. In Death’s world, any covenant, no matter how mighty, can fall null—any spell, however cogent, can be abrogated. The only certain law in that place is Death itself.“
— Michael Shea writer 1946 - 2014
Part 1, Chapter 6 (p. 49)
„In the very lowest class it is well to be bred up amid those scenes wherein our future is cast; nothing ever supplies the place of those early associations — nothing ever knits the heart to the place of its birth like the remembrances of childhood — nothing can give the entire knowledge of a people, but having been brought up among them.“
— Letitia Elizabeth Landon English poet and novelist 1802 - 1838
No.19. The Abbot — MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS.
„Most of the pathetic scenes in almost everybody's life are scenes unnoted by anyone and totally disregarded by the person in question.“
— John Cowper Powys British writer, lecturer and philosopher 1872 - 1963
A Glastonbury Romance (1932; 1955) p. 849
„Authors have established it as a kind of rule, that a man ought to be dull sometimes; as the most severe reader makes allowances for many rests and nodding places in a voluminous writer.“
— Joseph Addison politician, writer and playwright 1672 - 1719
No. 124 (23 July 1711).