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- Quotations From Gilbert Parker - 4/11 -


All is fair where all is foul Answered, with the indifference of despair Ate some coffee-beans and drank some cold water He borrowed no trouble His courtesy was not on the same expansive level as his vanity It isn't what they do, it's what they don't do Mystery is dear to a woman's heart Never looked to get an immense amount of happiness out of life No, I'm not good--I'm only beautiful Preserved a marked unconsciousness Should not make our own personal experience a law unto the world Surely she might weep a little for herself There is nothing so tragic as the formal Time when she should and when she should not be wooed Undisciplined generosity Where the light is darkness Women don't go by evidence, but by their feelings You have lost your illusions You've got to be ready, that's all

VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, by G. Parker, v1 [GP#29][gp29w10.txt]6102

Conquest not important enough to satisfy ambition Face flushed with a sort of pleasurable defiance Touch of the fantastic, of the barbaric, in all genius We are only children till we begin to make our dreams our life

VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, by G. Parker, v2 [GP#30][gp30w10.txt]6103

Her sight was bounded by the little field where she strayed I was never good at catechism The blind tyranny of the just Visions of the artistic temperament--delight and curse

VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC, by G. Parker, v3 [GP#31][gp31w10.txt]6104

Vanity is the bane of mankind You cannot live long enough to atone for that impertinence

VALMOND TO PONTIAC, by Parker, Complete [GP#32][gp32w10.txt]6105

Conquest not important enough to satisfy ambition Face flushed with a sort of pleasurable defiance Her sight was bounded by the little field where she strayed I was never good at catechism The blind tyranny of the just Touch of the fantastic, of the barbaric, in all genius Vanity is the bane of mankind Visions of the artistic temperament--delight and curse We are only children till we begin to make our dreams our life You cannot live long enough to atone for that impertinence

THE TRAIL OF THE SWORD, by G. Parker, v1 [GP#33][gp33w10.txt]6106

Love, too, is a game, and needs playing To die without whining

THE TRAIL OF THE SWORD, by G. Parker, v2 [GP#34][gp34w10.txt]6107

Often called an invention of the devil (Violin)

THE TRAIL OF THE SWORD, by G. Parker, v3 [GP#35][gp35w10.txt]6108

Aboriginal in all of us, who must have a sign for an emotion Learned, as we all must learn, that we live our dark hour alone

TRAIL OF THE SWORD, by Parker, Complete [GP#37][gp37w10.txt]6110

Aboriginal in all of us, who must have a sign for an emotion Learned, as we all must learn, that we live our dark hour alone Love, too, is a game, and needs playing Often called an invention of the devil (Violin) To die without whining

TRANSLATION OF A SAVAGE, by G. Parker, v1 [GP#38][gp38w10.txt]6111

Being young, she exaggerated the importance of the event His duties were many, or he made them so Men must have their bad hours alone Most important lessons of life--never to quarrel with a woman Sympathy and consolation might be much misplaced These little pieces of art make life possible Think of our position Who never knew self-consciousness You never can make a scandal less by trying to hide it

TRANSLATION OF A SAVAGE, by G. Parker, v2 [GP#39][gp39w10.txt]6112

If fumbling human fingers do not meddle with it Miseries of this world are caused by forcing issues Reading a lot and forgetting everything The world never welcomes its deserters There is no influence like the influence of habit There should be written the one word, "Wait" Training in the charms of superficiality We grow away from people against our will We speak with the straight tongue; it is cowards who lie

TRANSLATION OF A SAVAGE, by G. Parker, v3 [GP#40][gp40w10.txt]6113

Every man should have laws of his own Flood came which sweeps away the rust that gathers in the eyes How can one force one's heart? No, no! One has to wait Man or woman must not expect too much out of life May be more beautiful in uncertain England than anywhere else Men are shy with each other where their emotions are in play Prepared for a kiss this hour and a reproach the next Romance is an incident to a man Simply to have death renewed every morning To sorrow may their humour be a foil We want to get more out of life than there really is in it Who can understand a woman? Worth while to have lived so long and to have seen so much

TRANSLATION OF SAVAGE, by Parker, Complete [GP#41][gp41w10.txt]6114

Being young, she exaggerated the importance of the event Every man should have laws of his own Flood came which sweeps away the rust that gathers in the eyes His duties were many, or he made them so How can one force one's heart? No, no! One has to wait If fumbling human fingers do not meddle with it Man or woman must not expect too much out of life May be more beautiful in uncertain England than anywhere else Men must have their bad hours alone Men are shy with each other where their emotions are in play Miseries of this world are caused by forcing issues Most important lessons of life--never to quarrel with a woman Prepared for a kiss this hour and a reproach the next Reading a lot and forgetting everything Romance is an incident to a man Simply to have death renewed every morning Sympathy and consolation might be much misplaced The world never welcomes its deserters There should be written the one word, "Wait" There is no influence like the influence of habit These little pieces of art make life possible Think of our position To sorrow may their humour be a foil Training in the charms of superficiality We grow away from people against our will We want to get more out of life than there really is in it We speak with the straight tongue; it is cowards who lie Who never knew self-consciousness Who can understand a woman? Worth while to have lived so long and to have seen so much You never can make a scandal less by trying to hide it

POMP OF THE LAVILETTES, by G. Parker, v1 [GP#42][gp42w10.txt]6115

Illusive hopes and irresponsible deceptions She lacked sense a little and sensitiveness much To be popular is not necessarily to be contemptible Who say 'God bless you' in New York! They say 'Damn you!'

POMP OF THE LAVILETTES, by G. Parker, v2 [GP#43][gp43w10.txt]6116


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