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Ronald Firbank
(1886-1926) born on
Jan 17
US novelist. He wrote penetraing novels "Caprice," 1917 and "Prancing Nigger," 1924.
         
   
F
It is said, I believe, that to behold the Englishman at his best" one should watch him play tip-and-run.

R
To be sympathetic without discrimination is so very debilitating.
A
`O, help me heaven,' she prayed, `to be decorative and to do right.'
N
The world is disgracefully managed, one hardly knows to whom to complain.
K
All millionaires love a baked apple.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Flower Beneath the Foot," Ch. 14
R: "Vainglory."
A: "Flower Beneath the Foot," Ch. 2.
N: "Vainglory."
K: "Vainglory," Ch. 13.
   


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