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E. M. Forster
(1879-1970) born on
Jan 01
English novelist. He wrote of British/Indian and middle class conflicts in "A Passage to India," 1924 and "A Room With A View," 1908.
Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.

Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man.
Works of art, in my opinion, are the only objects in the material universe to possess internal order, and that is why, though I don't believe that only art matters, I do believe in Art for Art's sake.
There lies at the back of every creed something terrible and hard for which the worshipper may one day be required to suffer.
Tolerance is a very dull virtue. It is boring. Unlike love, it has always had a bad press. It is negative. It merely means putting up with people, being able to stand things.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "The Observer," 'Sayings of the Week', 7 Oct 1951.
R: "Howards End," Ch. 5, 1910.
A: "Art for Art's sake."
N: "Two Cheers for Democracy," "What I Believe" (1951).
K: "Two Cheers for Democracy," "Tolerance" (1951).

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