George Eliot / Mary Anne Evans (1819 – 1880) English Novelist
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What an amazing quote, John! It’s so true as well.
Thank you very much for sharing. 🙂
Thanks for the comment, Hiten. Glad you enjoyed the quote.
Reblogged this on Brinker Toastmasters and commented:
Puts two of my favorites together — John Zimmer and George Eliot. ‘Nuff said.
Much appreciated, Mike! Hope all is well.
“In the dark days and darker nights when Britain stood alone – and most men save Englishmen despaired of England’s life – he mobilized the English language and sent it into battle.” — John F. Kennedy, April 9, 1963
An orator praising an orator.
I don’t know if it been covered on here but there’s a new exhibition in New York. Shame I’m not there.
Philip, thank you very much for sharing the quote and for bringing the exhibition to my attention. I would love to see it, but being on the other side of the Atlantic poses a few logistical problems.
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