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Jewel in the Claw… Stuart France

* ‘The fool doth think he is wise But the wise man Knows himself to be a fool…’ * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Still Life in Jacksonville… Stuart France

* The historical sense to which our New Europeans lay claim with such gusto is derived from a centuries long mingling of classes and races. * Thanks to this mingling, the past of every form and mode of life now … Continue reading

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The Merely Moral… Stuart France

* …Are glad to accept that standard by which those bestowed with an overplus of spirit become their equal. * The struggle for equality before divinity is for them a way of life… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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A Last Laugh?… Stuart France

* The New European, in need of a costume rifles through the storehouse of history but finds none that quite fit… * We may consider the twenty-first century (common age) with regard to these wayward predilections of style… * In … Continue reading

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Formulas of Virtue… Stuart France

* We have become well versed in the love of enemies… That’s the long and the short of it! * Silent and graceful, we move, as automata, in a pit of vipers… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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A Multi-Coloured Dream-Coat? … Stuart France

* In the starry realms Two suns often determine The course of a single planet. * So, too for ‘modern man’ Whose actions can be Determined by more than one ‘morality’. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Lion and Hare… Stuart France

* Lion lived in the forest. Lion was invincible and the sole champion of the forest. Whatever other creatures lived in the forest, Lion, killed and ate. * The animals of the forest came together and drew up a petition … Continue reading

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